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December 2018 Archive

UAA Bookstore celebrates 900 special events Dec. 8, 2018

Join the UAA Campus Bookstore at noon this Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, to celebrate 900 special events! Everyone is encouraged to come celebrate the 900th UAA Campus Bookstore special event.

Faculty RSVP now open for Fall 2018 graduation ceremonies

Faculty, you are invited to participate in UAA’s Fall 2018 Graduate Degree Hooding and Commencement ceremonies. Please RSVP by Dec. 7, 2018.

UAA Music presents week of amazing concerts Dec. 7-13, 2018

Whether you prefer toe-tapping jazz or chamber music, UAA Music has something for every taste and budget in the week ahead. Visit ArtsUAA.com for details.

National Safety Council recognizes Seawolf Dining, operated by NMS, with Industry Leader Award

The National Safety Council (NSC) recently presented NMS with the prestigious 2018 Industry Leader Award for safety performance at UAA.

Follow UAA's earthquake recovery efforts

 

UAA Staff Council meeting for Dec. 6, 2018 cancelled

 

Chancellor’s Holiday Party 2018

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The chancellor’s holiday café will be rolling through campus Thursday, Dec. 6, 8:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Enjoy Kaladi Bros. coffee, Krispy Kreme doughnuts and prizes. Keep reading to view a list of scheduled stops.

Fall 2018: Volunteers needed for commencement and hooding ceremonies

UAA Spring 2018 Commencement at the Alaska Airlines Center.

Commencement season is approaching and we need you to help celebrate our students’ years of hard work and academic success!

Education graduate leads Minnesota's "innovation campus"

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Long before Dr. Lori Carrell, M.Ed '89, became chancellor at University of Minnesota Rochester, she was a village teacher in Akiachak. She earned her UAA degree over summer breaks, and credits that simultaneous teaching and learning for shaping her career. "If I’m worth anything, it’s because of my time in Alaska."

Geologist invited by NASA as subject matter expert on planetary protection workshop

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UAA's Simon Kattenhorn recently attended a NASA workshop to determine the likelihood of contaminating Europa's subsurface ocean should a mission to Jupiter's moon go awry.