2018 Archive

Lending a hand: How mechanical engineering alumnus Victor Samoei paid it forward through the Seawolf Success program


Student-athlete Victor Samoei traveled to Alaska from Kenya, Africa, to pursue his degree in mechanical engineering. It was an adventure of a lifetime, and during his four years at UAA he not only learned lessons in the classroom, but how to help other students like him transition to college life.

2018 Wolf Run to benefit Habitat for Humanity races around campus Jan. 27


Registration is now open for the 2018 Wolf Run, a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity, on Jan. 27. Sign up today for the 5K or half-marathon option.

January 2018: UAA hockey hosts Military Appreciation Day, gymnastics hosts debut duals


Catch the action as the Seawolves host home matches across three sports this week. Admission to all games is free for UAA students, and discounted for UAA employees and alumni.

Apply to be Spring 2018 student commencement speaker or graduate hooding speaker


Welcome back, Shuttle Riders!


Celebration of Life for Dr. Marge Hays - Jan. 13, 2018


What does a solution to homelessness in Anchorage look like? Join the discussion Jan. 25, 2018

Join us on Jan. 25, 2018 to discuss the topic, "What does a solution to homelessness in Anchorage look like?" Contribute your thoughts and ideas!

Education grad named Alaska Teacher of the Year


Ben Walker '06, a seventh grade science teacher at Romig Middle School in Anchorage, is the 2018 Alaska State Teacher of the Year. “I really enjoy the fact that every day is different. Every kid is different. Every kid is different every day.”

Nominate students for Chancellor’s League inaugural class by Jan. 26, 2018


General Support Services closure for departmental meeting - Jan. 24, 2018


2018 Posts Archive