Journalism and Communication alumnus Wesley Early ’16 talks about finding his niche and loving his job as web editor and producer for Alaska Public Media.
November 2017 Archive
Dec. 2, 2017: University Singers Concert features works for voices and string orchestra
Prepare yourself for a deeply moving evening of music. The University Singers will perform a program of works for voices and string orchestra. Tickets available now.
UAA Guitar Ensemble performs free concert Dec. 10, 2017
UAA Guitar Ensemble's program includes everything from Renaissance and Baroque to contemporary guitar literature, blues, and jazz. Don't miss this free performance Dec. 10, 2017.
Two community-engaged funding opportunities for Spring 2018: Proposals due Dec. 8, 2017
UAA faculty are invited to apply for two Spring 2018 community-engaged funding opportunities from the Center for Community Engagement & Learning. Apply by Dec. 8, 2017.
M.P.A. students host public Realizing Solutions Forum
On Tuesday, Nov. 28, public administration students in Dr. Sheila Selkregg's policymaking course will present their research alongside nearly a dozen city dignitaries. The forum, covering the value of education in a democratic society, is free and open to the public.
How to learn five languages fluently
Jalen Konukpeok could fluently speak five languages before finishing high school. From New Stuyahok, he’s now studying in one of the nation’s most diverse cities. “I’m a flight away from home, yet I’m here at the university with people from all across the world.”
Bakery Cart schedule for Fall 2017
Fall 2017: The Bakery Cart will be open Nov. 28 and 30, from 9 to 11 a.m. in Lucy Cuddy Hall. Shop for baked goods freshly prepared by UAA Culinary Arts students.
Nov. 30, 2017: Free webinar on how to help support students who experience food insecurity and hunger
Fall 2017: Ticket specials available for GCI Great Alaska Shootout
The GCI Great Alaska Shootout will play its 40th—and final—edition in 2017. In addition to the Seawolves, this year's field features Binghamton, Tulsa and Maryland Eastern Shore on the women's side; and Cal Poly, Central Michigan, College of Charleston, CSU Bakersfield, Idaho, Sam Houston State and Santa Clara on the men's side.