May 2018 Archive

Alaska National Lab Day - May 29-3, 2018

Alaska will be home to America's next big ideas. Join internationally renowned scientists and the nation's energy labs May 30-31, 2018 for Alaska National Lab Day at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

May 21, 2018: UA Board of Regents hosting public testimony call-in session


The public is invited to call in to share their thoughts on university issues with the Board of Regents during its quarterly public testimony period. To participate, call 1-866-726-0757 between 4 and 6 p.m. on Monday, May 21, 2018.

May 22, 2018: 'Making Big Comparisons: Urban Energy Transitions in Saskatoon, Lulea, and Anchorage'


Geser Bat-Erdene and Clare Baldwin will serve as 2018-2019 USUAA President and Vice-President


2018 Bike to Work Day and campus BBQ


Friday, May 18, is Anchorage's Bike to Work Day. All campus community members are encouraged to bike to work/campus that day. UAA will host a BBQ in the Cuddy Quad at 11:30 a.m. Bring your helmet and get a free meal!

May 18, 2018: 'Two Small Pieces of Glass' and 'Awesome Light' play at UAA Planetarium


Art grad finds inspiration all around the world and close to home

Allison Castillo Photo 1 copy

Born in Cusco, Peru, and raised in Anchorage, art alumna Allison Castillo takes inspiration from the close resemblance her Peruvian heritage has with Alaska Native culture. She wasn’t always sure if and how she was going to use her artistic passion, however, but found her path after joining Native Student Council, taking the inspirational advice of a professor, and most of all, the encouragement of her mother.

Provide feedback on UAA Chancellor candidates through May 18, 2018


Summer 2018: Library Plaza bus stop expansion to impact East Campus traffic


UAA named among nation's most Military Friendly Schools


UAA has been named to the 2018-19 Military Friendly® Schools list for the tenth consecutive year. This prestigious list, created by Victory Media, serves as a comprehensive resource to help veterans, service members and their families select the best college, university or trade school to pursue education and training for a civilian career.

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