October 2018 Archive

Oct. 7, 2018: Globe-trotting guitar duo to perform at UAA


Join guitarists Klasinc and Loncar at UAA Oct. 7 for an afternoon of music masterworks and contemporary guitar repertoire.

Changes in IT desktop service charges

In the past, all services performed by IT Desktop Services were charged at an hourly rate (Work Stoppages - $108, Normal - $72). Effective July 1, 2018, a majority of the non-urgent work no longer incurs a charge.

Harvard selects ANSEP as finalist for 2018 Innovations in American Government Award


Oct. 4, 2018: Lunch-and-learn session on accreditation


'The Bounded Text' on display at Kimura Gallery through Oct. 28, 2018


Coming to the Kimura Gallery Sept. 10–Oct. 28, "The Bounded Text" is an exhibition of international and national fiber artists.

Disability Support Services office has moved to RH 112

Disability Support Services (DSS) is moving "just across the lobby" to RH 112. Closure dates are Sept. 28, Oct. 4 and Oct. 5. For urgent communication during the transition, please reach out to the Dean of Students Office at (907) 786-1214.

Oct. 18, 2018: Faculty Forum: Update on Faculty Compensation Study


UAA welcomes hundreds of local high school students for Academic Preview Day - Oct. 5, 2018

UAA will be hosting hundreds of area juniors, seniors and high school counselors Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, as part of Academic Preview Day.

Alumni of Distinction: Jason Hart

Alumni of Distinction Emerging Leader Award recipient Jason Hart.

From the age of 12, 2018 Alumni Emerging Leader Jason Hart felt compelled to help make health care in Alaska better. Since then, he's wasted no time working toward that goal, earning multiple degrees and becoming clinical practice manager at Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

Alaska is one of last energy-dependent states to emerge from recession

Only North Dakota, with 37 straight months of negative growth has had a longer period of employment decline according to a new analysis of how oil prices influence Alaska and other energy-dependent states by Mouhcine Guettabi, associate professor of economics at UAA’s Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER).

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