November 2017 Archive

Urban and Rural in Alaska Conference draws big crowd, highlights faculty research


Since 2012, UAA’s Center for Community Engagement and Learning has hosted the Urban and Rural in Alaska conference, inviting students, faculty, staff and the public to participate in conversations on social and urban issues our community faces.

Associate to bachelor’s: UAA’s School of Nursing is answering Kodiak’s health care needs


UAA’s School of Nursing is undergoing a two-year expansion project, with the Kodiak Outreach Site next on the list. Associate Professor Margie Mete has been charged with transitioning the site’s associate program to a bachelor's program.

Daylight Saving Time ends Nov. 5, 2017


Should the U.S. immigration system be merit based? Arguing Alaska debate series returns Nov. 13, 2017


Should only the most qualified individuals be allowed to immigrate to the United States? That’s the question UAA’s Seawolf Debate program will tackle when its Arguing Alaska series returns on Monday, Nov. 13, from 5:30–7 p.m. at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub.

UAA's Sinfonia is making a little night magic - Nov. 18, 2017


UAA's Sinfonia is ready to transport you with an evening of orchestral, solo and ensemble works Nov. 18, 2017. Tickets are on sale now.

November 2017 UAA Staff Council meeting

Join UAA Staff Council at the next meeting on Nov. 2, 2017, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in Room 302 of the UAA/APU Consortium Library. All Staff Council meetings are open to the public and all UAA employees are welcome to attend.

Nov. 3, 2017: Are we alone in the universe? Domecast features lecture by Dr. Kaltenegger of Carl Sagan Institute


UAA Theatre and student improv troupe present an evening of comedy and eco-theatre - Nov. 3, 2017

Join us Nov. 3, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the UAA Mainstage Theatre for an evening of short plays written by playwrights from around the world, performed by faculty from departments all across UAA. Between plays, the Ad-Lib Alchemists improv troupe will perform.

UAA piloting program now has its own call sign

UAA's New P2006 Twin

University of Alaska Anchorage piloting instructors and students now have their own call sign thanks to an agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration. The agreement authorizes the university to use CWOLF, pronounced Seawolf, in honor of UAA’s mascot.

Nov. 2, 2017: Dr. Bruce Lanphear discusses the impact of toxins on the developing brain

Bruce Lanphear, M.D., M.P.H., will discuss his research concerning children’s environmental health and measures that might be taken to prevent exposures linked with learning and developmental disabilities. Faculty, students and health professionals are all welcome to attend this free presentation on Nov. 2, 2017.

November Archive