February 2018 Archive
Salmon is on the menu for Lake Clark’s wolves
Biology alumna Ashley Stanek, M.S. '14, recently published the results of her graduate thesis. Part of a collaboration between UAA and the National Park Service, Ashley helped identify the significance or salmon in the diets of wolves in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
A chit-chat and look at 'The Villains of Splazat'
After a long career in education all across Alaska, Jesse Arrington III, M.Ed. '72 finally had time to focus on his personal goal: publish a children's book where every last line rhymes with -at.
Seawolf Dining and Catering wants your input - Feb. 1, 2018
The Seawolf Dining and Catering Advisory Board wants your input on dining options on campus. Please join us for a one-hour focus group on Feb. 1, 2018, at noon in the Student Union Cafeteria.
Feb. 8, 2018: How can we support and celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity?
At the monthly Think Tank series, a nonprofit agency presents a challenge or issue and attendees brainstorm solutions for the organization. Students, faculty, staff, and community members—join us at the next Think Tank on Feb. 8, 2018, with Cook Inlet Native Head Start, to discuss, "How can we support and celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity?" Free pizza!