January 2018 Archive

Education grad named Alaska Teacher of the Year


Ben Walker '06, a seventh grade science teacher at Romig Middle School in Anchorage, is the 2018 Alaska State Teacher of the Year. “I really enjoy the fact that every day is different. Every kid is different. Every kid is different every day.”

Nominate students for Chancellor’s League inaugural class by Jan. 26, 2018


General Support Services closure for departmental meeting - Jan. 24, 2018


UAA’s Robotics Club hopes to land their Mars-style rover in the Utah desert at the 2018 University Rover Challenge

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UAA’s Robotics Club has their sights set on the University Rover Challenge, an annual competition bringing teams from around the world and across the U.S. to the Utah desert to compete for the prize of best Mars-style rover.

This week at UAA – Jan. 8–15, 2018


Open forum on Jan. 9, 2018: Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services


Graduating this spring? Apply for UAA Leadership Honors by Feb. 23, 2018


Christopher Sweeney: A Celebration of Life, Jan. 28


Predicting snow loads: How a UAA research team is helping create safer structures

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UAA’s College of Engineering is partnering with the Structural Engineers Association of Alaska to update the state’s snow load estimates, so civil engineers and structural engineers can create safer structures in both the public and private sectors.

Free help for coping with earthquake stress available to all employees and their families

Following the recent earthquake, we would like to remind everyone of the EAP benefit that is available to all university employees and their families.

January Archive