British-Armenian Nigel Sharp is UAA’s first global entrepreneur in residence, serving as a mentor and consultant to students, staff and faculty while looking for opportunities to help develop the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Alaska as a whole.
November 2018 Archive
Connecting Alaskans through airport design
UAA alumna Carla Baxley, B.S. Civil Engineering '01, said she wanted to be in an industry that helped people — and through her 17-year career as an airport engineer, she has helped connect Alaskans to their family, friends and services all over the state.
Construction management junior and track star makes his own runway
Along the Yukon River 270 miles west of Fairbanks lies Galena, a close-knit community where UAA construction management junior Kaleb Korta trained to become a runner for cross country and track and field.
Flu vaccine available in PSB lobby - Nov. 7, 2018
The Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) is providing flu vaccine from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, in the lobby of the Professional Sciences Building.
ADHD Demystified - Nov. 6, 2018
Learn ways to manage the symptoms of adult ADHD, and even turn some of your weaknesses into strengths. ADHD Demystified is Nov. 6, 11:30 a.m. RH 211.
Vote in the 2018 General Elections; absentee in-person voting available in SU
Did you know UAA is an absentee voting location? General Election ballots for all of Alaska's 40 districts will be available at the UAA Student Union Nov. 5. and 6, 2018.
University of Alaska FY20 budget, policy for delayed reports of misconduct to be taken up by Board of Regents at its November meeting
The University of Alaska’s FY20 operating and capital budgets are set for approval by the UA Board of Regents at its Nov. 8-9, 2018 meeting in Fairbanks.