The University of Alaska Anchorage has secured more than $2.5 million in federal funds through the U.S. Department of Education’s TRIO Upward Bound program to help Anchorage high school students become college ready. The grants, disbursed over a five-year period, will cover staffing and programming costs for UAA to serve 120 students in the Anchorage School District.
February 2018 Archive
UAA play delves into the impact of Alaska’s magnitude 9.2 quake on culture, communities
Nearly 54 years after "The Great Alaska Earthquake", UAA theatre students created Earthquake ’64, a multidisciplinary performance that carefully weaves together personal stories, local experiences and the science that occurred as a result of that horrific quake.
Feb. 9, 2018: Explore research resources at first Anchorage Libraries, Archives, and Museums Fair
Have some research topics in mind? Looking for some research topics? Don't miss the first-ever Anchorage Libraries, Archives, and Museums Fair on Feb. 9, 2018. Representatives from more than 20 different libraries, archives, museums and other information services in Anchorage will be gathered in one place, ready and waiting to consult with you about your research topic.
Earthquake ‘64 runs through Feb. 18, 2018 at UAA Mainstage
Earthquake ‘64, a brand new theatrical production, created entirely by UAA Theatre students, will make its Alaska debut Feb. 9–18, 2018 in the UAA Harper Studio Theater.
Biometric screening comes to UAA - Feb. 22 and 23, 2018
Still on the fence about participating in UA's wellness program this year? New for FY19, the $600 wellness rebate will now be distributed as a lump-sum payment! Previously this was distributed bi-weekly over the course of the fiscal year.
UAA scholarship application deadline is Feb. 15, 2018
Learn how to apply for UAA scholarships at these free, informal workshops, featuring scholarship essay writing guidance, hands-on writing sessions, and feedback on your application essay.