December 2017 Archive

Dec. 6, 2017: Prep for finals with free soup lunch

The UAA Student Health and Counseling Center will be serving a free soup lunch Wednesday, Dec. 6, 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. in the Rasmuson Hall lobby.

Knockout November/De-Stress December 2017

Students from the Health, Physical Education and Recreation program will be leading a series of fitness activities throughout November and December 2017 to fulfill their course requirements. Please come to participate and offer encouragement to our students! Classes are free and open to all.

Dalee Sambo Dorough chairs plenary session at 2017 Arctic Circle Assembly

 

Dec. 15, 2017: Dissertation defense by Keri Boyd, 'Successful Aging from the Perspective of Alaska Native Elders in Northwest Alaska'

Keri Boyd, Ph.D. candidate in clinical-community psychology, will defend her dissertation, "We Did Listen: Successful Aging from the Perspective of Alaska Native Elders in Northwest Alaska," on Dec. 15, 2017.

Dec. 4-6, 2017 Project defenses by M.S. in Nursing Science candidates

 

Study for fall 2017 finals with late nights at the UAA Student Union

2017Fall-SU-Late-Nights

Reminder: UAA will be closed for 2017-18 winter break

20170102-campus-closure-winter-break

UAA will be closed Dec. 23–Jan. 2 for winter break. Regular business hours will resume Wednesday, Jan. 3. Spring 2018 classes will begin Tuesday, Jan. 16.

Biology Night at the UAA Planetarium features 'Neurotours' and 'Natural Selection' - Dec. 8, 2017

20171208-neurotours-wb

The UAA Planetarium & Visualization Theater is an immersive place to explore the world around us. See what’s playing at the UAA Planetarium for December 2017.

UAA student design wins place on state license plates

20171201-ASCA-Plate-Aurora

UAA student Anita Laulainen designed Alaska's newest license plate. The aurora-themed plate will debut next year as Alaska's first "artistic license plate."

Alvin Amason to receive the 2018 Governor’s Award for Arts and Humanities