Tara Thompson has a talent for making difficult feats look effortless. This past season she helped the UAA women's basketball team finish first in the final GCI Great Alaska Shootout and second in the NCAA Division II West Regional Tournament while double-majoring in accounting and management.
May 2018 Archive
Pianist Scott Holden in concert for one night only - May 4, 2018
Acclaimed concert pianist Scott Holden makes his Alaska debut with a bold and demanding program sure to leave you breathless. Join us May 4, 2018 for this unforgettable concert experience.
UAA and ASD to open second Alaska Middle College School
The Alaska Middle College is a partnership between UAA and the Anchorage School District (ASD). The middle college offers Alaska high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while also obtaining their high school diploma.
Advancing in education from small-town Alaska
Ed Lester is principal at Newhalen School, on the shore of Lake Iliamna. After earning his bachelor's of education in 2002, he's been able to advance his education career from the village where he grew up thanks to UAA.
On the road with the College of Education
Each April, College of Education graduate students visit Newhalen School, in the Lake and Peninsula School District, to teach a week of interactive classes (as well as attend the science fair, judge the speech competition, watch the talent show, and even go to prom).
May 2018 UAA Staff Council meeting
Join UAA Staff Council at their next meeting on May 3, 2018, in Room 302 of the UAA/APU Consortium Library. All Staff Council meetings are open to the public and all UAA employees are encouraged to attend.
UAA Bookstore events for April 20-May 3, 2018
All UAA Campus Bookstore events are free and open to the public. April 2018 highlights include talks on Dizzy Gillespie and bats in Interior Alaska.