The Center for Community Engagement and Learning (CCEL) is pleased to announce Cole Murphy as the recipient of the 2018 Second Bridge Scholarship Award. Cole's project, "Capacity & Services Development at Alaska Seeds of Change,” combines the interest in farming with the mission of empowering and advancing at-risk youth.
May 2018 Archive
May 7, 2018: Welcome reception for Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services Beverly Cotton Shuford
All students, staff and faculty are invited to a welcome reception for Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services Beverly Cotton Shuford on May 7, 2018 in the Rasmuson Hall lobby.
Civil engineering and leadership honors grad ready to take on the world
Entering the real world after leaving school can be intimidating, but civil engineering graduate and leadership honors recipient Mohamed Niagne is off to a great start. Mohamed will launch his career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in May 2018, and hopes to use his talents around the world to bring better services to communities while finding safer methods to tap into natural resources.
Marilyn Sigman’s ‘Entangled’
Marilyn Sigman has taught and written about science in Alaska for 35 years. How did UAA's Creative Writing and Literary Arts M.F.A. help her shape her thinking and reflections into a book?
Mechanical engineering senior wins prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship
Peter Renner won a prestigious National Science Foundation fellowship to cover his graduate education. A lot of hard work paved the way.
How can the UAA Employee Wellness program serve you? Take the survey
The UAA Employee Wellness program wants your feedback on how to improve the program. Please take a moment to respond to the spring 2018 needs assessment.