Why is the Dall sheep population dwindling in the Chugach Mountains? Biology student Luke Metherell spent his summer in the mountains to find out.
November 2017 Archive
Nov. 8, 2017: Ribbon-cutting for Lucerna, new sculpture at the Alaska Airlines Center
Celebrate the unveiling of UAA’s newest public artwork, Lucerna by Osman Akan, Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m. in the Alaska Airlines Center lobby.
Nov. 9-10, 2017: Anthropology M.A. thesis defenses by Bronwyn Jones and Annalisa Heppner
Bronwyn Jones and Annalisa Heppner will each defend their Anthropology M.A. thesis this week, Nov. 6-10, 2017. Free and open to the public.
2017 National Career Development events
UAA Career Exploration & Services is offering various career-related events to UAA students and alumni to celebrate 2017 National Career Development Month.
At UAA, we refuse to be divided
It has come to the attention of university leadership that flyers with the statement "it's okay to be white" were posted in various places on the UAA campus. Further investigation revealed this is part of a movement occurring at high schools and universities nationwide designed to create racial tension and division with the express goal of eliciting media coverage. At UAA, we refuse to be divided.
Nov. 8, 2017: Open forum with finalist for College of Business and Public Policy assistant/associate professor (new time and location)
Attend an open forum with Dr. Sumeet Jhamb, finalist for a faculty position with the UAA College of Business and Public Policy, on Nov. 8, 2017 in UAA's Rasmuson Hall.
Rasmuson Chair Philip Grossman discusses recent experimental economics work on gender and leadership - Nov. 9, 2017