June 2018 Archive
June 18-25, 2018: Alumni Drive closure between Fine Arts Building and Administrative/Humanities Building
Beginning June 18, Alumni Drive will be closed between the Arts and Admin buildings. Closure is expected to last one week. See map for vehicle detour route.
Lincoln Financial Advisors on campus - June 20, 2018
Scott Keyes with Lincoln Financial Advisors will be available June 20, 2018 to speak with UAA employees about their retirement savings needs and goals. Schedule your free, one-on-one appointment today.
Watch out for aggressive gulls around campus
Be on the lookout for sea gull chicks and goslings at the UAA campus. The adult gulls and geese are very protective and it isn't always obvious when a baby is right outside an entrance. Be alert when exiting buildings.prot
Christina Teaford named director of alumni engagement
The Office of University Advancement announces the appointment of Christina “Tina” Teaford to the position of director of alumni engagement. Teaford will begin her new role July 23, 2018.
Want to learn how to be a nurse? There’s a summer camp for that.
School is out for the summer, but camp is in! Teens from across the state recently gathered on UAA's campus for Recruiting and Retention of Alaska Natives into Nursing’s (RRANN) Camp, an intensive three-day experience introducing them to the world of health care and nursing.
Jumpstart Campus Clean-up - June 13, 2018
Calling all volunteers for UAA's summer 2018 campus cleanup! Stop by at GHH between 8:30 and 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13 for supplies and free breakfast.
Gov. Walker signs new foster care reform bill at annual Foster Youth Education Conference
At the closing of this year's annual Foster Youth Post-Secondary Education Conference, Gov. Bill Walker signed into law House Bill 151 — referred to as the Children Deserve a Loving Home Act — designed to establish new caseworker standards in the state's Office of Children's Services while giving back more control to foster youth and foster parents.