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January 2018 Archive

Blood drive on UAA's residential campus - Feb. 2, 2018

The blood drive will be in the Blood Bank of Alaska minibus on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. in the Gorsuch Commons parking lot. Reserve your spot today.

UAA-ConocoPhillips Geological Sciences Seminar Series kicks off Jan. 25, 2018

Peter Haeussler, research geologist with USGS, will discuss the 2015 Taan Fiord, Alaska, landslide and tsunami in a free seminar on Jan. 25, 2018.

UAA honors 2018 INNOVATE Award winners and Patent Wall of Fame inductees

 

'Bodies Under Pressure' on display through March 9, 2018

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"Bodies Under Pressure" contemplates the human body as a site of history, trauma, and healing. See it at UAA's Kimura Gallery through March 9, 2018.

UAA musicians take classical guitar and percussion to a new level

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Professors and students often collaborate, but in the case of UAA Department of Music guitar professor Armin Abdihodžić and recent graduate Eric Bleicher, the equal partnership successfully produced Mundus Canis, a unique concert featuring classical guitar and percussion instruments in a new way.

First-generation alumna Eva Ulukivaiola found her university family in UAA’s TRIO programs

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Eva Ulukivaiola is a first-generation college alumna who took her mother’s advice to heart to invest in her education. She earned her bachelor’s degree in December and starts the Master of Public Administration program this spring.

First-generation alumna Eva Ulukivaiola found her university family in UAA’s TRIO programs

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Eva Ulukivaiola is a first-generation college alumna who took her mother’s advice to heart to invest in her education. She earned her bachelor’s degree in December and starts the Master of Public Administration program this spring.

This Week at UAA – Jan. 22–29, 2018

 

Seawolf Awards available for next semester; apply by Feb. 23, 2018

UAA is now accepting applications for Seawolf Student Leader and Community Service Awards. Recipients receive up to $1,500 in tuition credit for the following semester. Apply by Feb. 23, 2018.

Pacific Rim Conference call for papers extended through Jan. 31, 2018

The Pacific Rim Conference is looking for proposals from students and faculty. This year, our conference is focused on the theme of Adaptation. However, we also welcome all undergraduate research work. Submit proposals by Jan. 31, 2018.