February 2018 Archive

Today's assignment: Repair this snowcat


Within their first weeks on campus, diesel power technology freshmen were tinkering away on a 8.3-liter engine destined to groom the slopes at Arctic Valley Ski Area.

This Week at UAA: Feb. 5–12, 2018


Engineering snow at Arctic Valley


Six engineering students designed a snowmaking system for their senior capstone last year. The project, a partnership with Anchorage Ski Club, may just bring World Cup-caliber skiing to the mountains behind campus.

Seawolf Dining wants to hear from you—take the spring 2018 survey

Let your voice be heard! Please take the Seawolf Dining survey—tell us your thoughts and you'll be entered to win a $300 Campus Meal Plan.

ENSTAR work to impact UAA East Parking Lot during February


Beginning early February 2018 and continuing for several weeks, ENSTAR will be replacing gas pipes near UAA's East Parking Lot. Please use caution in the area.

UAA and First Alaskans Institute to co-host diversity conversation Feb. 16, 2018

Please mark your calendars for a campus-wide Diversity Conversation. This event, co-sponsored by UAA and First Alaskans Institute, will be held on the UAA campus Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, on Elizabeth Peratrovich Day.

The Capitol Report 2/5/18: Update on the budget process and overview of this week's committee meetings


Diane Hirshberg elected to the Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. Board of Directors; Audrey Taylor elected president of the ARCUS Board of Directors


Respond to CoEng survey about studded tire use in Alaska


Lora Volden appointed as associate vice chancellor for Enrollment Services

Please join Student Affairs in congratulating Lora Volden on her appointment as the Associate Vice Chancellor (AVC) for Enrollment Services (ES). With more than 24 years of experience in Student Affairs at a variety of institutions, Lora brings a breadth of knowledge to this position.

February Archive