National University of Mongolia (NUM) officials are visiting Alaska and the UAA campus to strengthen academic ties between the two institutions.
July 2018 Archive
Native Student Services invites incoming students to register for Fall 2018 Native Early Transition (NET) program
Native Student Services (NSS) wants to help new students transition from their hometown to UAA and from high school to college. One way we can help is through the Native Early Transition (NET) program. This year's program will run Aug. 20–24 on the UAA campus. Learn more and register.
Gymnast MVP and all-around competitor sticks the landing
Mackenzie Miller describes her whole life revolving around gymnastics. Born to gymnastic coaches and practically raised in their gym, she was recently voted Team MVP and has trained to become an all-around competitor while majoring in accounting and earning a 4.0 GPA.
'Sunstruck' premieres at UAA Planetarium July 13, 2018
Explore the sun in all its glory in this full-dome show. "Sunstruck" takes us on a journey to discover the wonders of our magnificent sun and investigate how our star has supported life on Earth for millennia.
Dr. Jeane Breinig named 2018 Edith R. Bullock Prize for Excellence recipient
Dr. Jeane T'áaw xÍwaa Breinig, interim associate vice chancellor of Alaska Natives and diversity and professor of English at the University of Alaska Anchorage, will receive the 2018 Edith R. Bullock Prize for Excellence for her outstanding contributions to the University of Alaska.
2018 Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Series
The Northern Renaissance series offers the opportunity to engage with distinguished literary, performing and visual artists as well as scientists and cultural leaders.