July 2018 Archive

A needle in a haystack: UAA researchers are on the hunt for ticks in Alaska

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As summers in Alaska have trended warmer, the potential for nonnative ticks to invade Anchorage and Southcentral is on the rise. Two UAA professors, with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, are researching tick threats and creating a public database to report sightings.

Weekly BBQs on campus through July 31, 2018


Join Student Activities & Commuter Programs in celebrating summer with a BBQ every Monday and Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. at the University Hub Terrace.

NOTICE: Extortion scam emails with stolen passwords not credible


July 25, 2018: University of Munich's Andreas Burkert discusses research on supermassive black holes


July 2018: What's new with Statewide Human Resources?


Staff Council special election ballots due by July 25, 2018


July 24 and 25, 2018: Open forums with candidates for Assistant Registrar position


July 30, 2018: 'Front-Line Customer Service: Creating an Inclusive & Supportive Environment for Differently-Abled Students'


Green and Gold Bike Program offers monthly bicycle rentals for UAA students

Looking for a fun, stylish, and easy way to trek across campus and Anchorage this summer? Check out a bicycle from the Green and Gold Bike Program. To get started, simply bring your WolfCard, a helmet and the $30 fee to the Student Union Information Desk.

Summer 2018 Alaska Justice Forum looks at environmental and rural justice topics


July Archive