2017 Archive

Seawolf Shuttle resumes Jan. 17; spring schedules now online

 

Jan. 13, 2017: Tour the night sky and explore astronomical history at the UAA Planetarium

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Proposals for Selkregg Community Engagement and Service Learning Award due by Feb. 24, 2017

 

Extended hours at UAA/APU Consortium Library for spring semester

 

Spring 2017: Place course materials on reserve for your students

 

Jan. 23, 2017: Will Alaska thrive under a Trump presidency?

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Regardless if you are terrified or ecstatic about Donald Trump's election, many questions are left to be answered about the impact his administration will have on Alaska. Will Arctic oil and trade become more of a priority? Will our state have to adapt to new changes in healthcare?

Q-and-A: Ana Tatafu

Ana Tatafu

Ana Tatafu was born in American Samoa and, at age 10, moved to Anchorage. Now, the first-generation college student—a CBPP Leadership Fellow protégé and Gilman scholarship winner—has studied in Mexico and is poised to earn her accounting degree this spring.

January 2017: Winter Teaching Academy co-hosted by CAFE, AI&e and CCEL

 

Jan. 11, 2017: Innovation Design Studio ribbon-cutting and open house for AI&e, CAFE and CCEL

 

Four DNP graduates reach nursing's educational pinnacle, at UAA

DNP Grads

Four women—Jyll Green, Jill Rife, Leigh Keefer and Robin Bassett—became the first class of graduates to accept Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees from UAA at fall commencement.