April 2018 Archive

UAA Master of Science degree in Global Supply Chain Management now offered entirely online

The UAA Master of Science degree in Global Supply Chain Management (MS GSCM) is now 100 percent online! This AACSB accredited program is the first degree-awarding academic program in the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) above the AAS level that is being offered fully online.

Academic Innovations & eLearning relocating for the summer

Beginning May 8, 2018, Academic Innovations & eLearning will be temporarily housed in the University Center (UC130) in order to accommodate the mechanical upgrade project in the library.

2018 Spring Pottery Sale, presented by UAA Clay Body


Clay Body Club presents our annual Spring Pottery Sale, featuring handcrafted pottery lovingly made by UAA ceramic students, on Friday, May 4, 2018.

Free active shooter preparedness training set for Aug. 17


Earn cash for participating in an economics experiment

Earn cash while supporting faculty research! The Vernon Smith Economic Science Laboratory is recruiting participants for a paid economics experiment.

April 26, 2018: UAA vs. Cornell Debate on free speech and the future of American democracy


Conspiracy theories, fake news, trolls... Has America’s marketplace of ideas gone bankrupt? Join the UAA Seawolf Debate Program as they take on Cornell University in a debate on the motion “The future of American democracy depends on restricting free speech.”

Congratulations to Behavioral Sciences Conference of the North award winners


July 21, 2018: America 5K Run to benefit Habitat for Humanity


Don't miss this 5K run north of UAA around Goose Lake and up and down some cross-country ski trails. Race starts at 9 a.m. July 21, 2018.

UAA builds tool to accelerate corrosion and test mitigations to better understand pipeline longevity


From a ConocoPhillips Arctic Science and Engineering Award, UAA has developed a tool to accelerate corrosion and test mitigating strategies. This could be useful in monitoring aging pipeline for upkeep and maintenance.

More healthy options and longer hours top requests in Seawolf Dining survey


April Archive