May 2018 Archive

Native art program founder receives two of Alaska’s highest honors for artists

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It's been an eventful year for Alvin Amason, a Sugpiaq painter and sculptor and the founder of UAA’s Alaska Native Art program. Amason was awarded the Governor’s Arts and Humanities Award for an Individual Artist and the Rasmuson Foundation's Distinguished Artist title, all before summer.

UA Board of Regents to act on university’s FY19 budget at May 31 meeting

 

Rasmuson Foundation honors nine UAA faculty and alumni with artist awards

The Rasmuson Foundation has named Alvin Amason, professor of art and coordinator of Alaska Native Art Program at UAA, as the 2018 Distinguished Artist of the year.

Volunteer for 2018 Mayor's Marathon

The Mayor’s Marathon medical staff is looking for volunteers to work in a first-aid capacity as a medical biker along the racecourse on June 23, 2018.

Fall 2019 recruitment efforts launch June 1 with 'Explore UAA'

 

May 24, 2018: Ph.D. candidate Roxanne Beltran defends dissertation on Weddell seals in Antarctica

 

Summer 2018 construction impacts to parking and trails

 

No summer shuttle service; shuttles will resume in August for fall semester

There will be no Seawolf Shuttle service for the summer 2018 semester. Shuttle service is scheduled to resume on Aug. 19, one week before fall classes start. New routes and schedules will be posted to the Seawolf Shuttle website by mid-August.

UAA Bookstore featured on KTUU Breakfast Club

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Each week, the KTUU Channel 2 Morning Edition news team delivers free breakfast to a business in Anchorage. This past Friday, May 18, the KTUU Breakfast Club stopped by the UAA Bookstore.

May 23, 2018: Open forum with candidate for Alaska Native, Indigenous, and Rural Outreach Program coordinator