When journalism senior Samantha Davenport first came to UAA she was unsure of where life would take her. But after applying to the student newspaper on a whim, she not only found a great group of lifelong friends, but also, unexpectedly, the road to her career.
July 2018 Archive
UA Press releases first cookbook
The "Fresh Alaska Cookbook" will provide resources for Alaskan and non-Alaskan cooks who want to taste more of the flavors unique to the state.
Relaying the need to eradicate polio
Lifelong swimmer and UAA English alumna Bridget Simpson will swim the 32-mile Lake George in New York in a tag team relay with fellow swimmer Louise Rourke. The swim aims to raise awareness for polio eradication, a disease Rourke contracted when she was six months old.
2018 Japanese Summer Festival at UAA
The 2018 Japanese Summer Festival will take place this Saturday, Aug. 4, noon to 5 p.m. at UAA's Lucy Cuddy Hall. Enjoy traditional Japanese food, games and cultural demonstrations to entertain the whole family. Free admission.
Simulation is raising the bar in healthcare education at UAA
UAA's focus on interdisciplinary simulation provides a safe environment for students to practice in high-acuity/high-stress patient care situations.
Dreaming of engineering
Incoming engineering student Birch Boyer has an impressive background in robotics. A recipient of the 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, Boyer spent his summer teaching for the UAA Summer Engineering Academies, and looks forward to starting his college career as a Seawolf.
Inupiat artist and UAA alumna works to bring back our stories
Britt’Nee Brower is an Inupiat artist, occupational safety and health alumna and current Native arts major. Her work combines traditional Inupiat elements with contemporary trends. She recently released a coloring book, titled Names of Animals, in an effort to preserve the Inupiat language.