January 2019 Archive

UAA awarded NWCCU institutional accreditation

UAA's institutional accreditation was renewed by NWCCU in January. Congratulations to everyone across all of our campuses on this signature accomplishment!

Significant changes coming to Howl Days

UAA has taken an exciting step forward. New students can now receive academic advising and register for classes at Howl Days!

February 2019: Academic Pathways presentation for faculty and staff


Nine in the Spine mini-golf event returns for Winterfest 2019


College of Engineering Career Fair - Feb. 6, 2019


Free professional development webinars for early and mid-career faculty - Spring 2019

Attend a free professional development webinar to learn about best practices in writing grant proposals, navigating tenure and promotion, and strategies in academic publishing.

Call for subcommittee members for Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan objectives

Faculty, staff and students are invited to join any of six subcommittees to help implement UAA's Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan objectives.

Five degrees and rising: Always more to learn for animal rights advocate and technical writer

Lori Jo Oswald Photo 1 web

Few people carry their childhood passions into adulthood. UAA alumna Lori Jo Oswald is one of those lucky people, turning her love of animals, writing and learning into successful forays into animal advocacy, technical writing and teaching English.

A link to the past

Dale Stirling Photo 1

UAA history alumnus Dale Stirling is a historian and researcher at least three times over. In addition to his work as an environmental, natural resource and public health historian, Stirling is an accomplished bibliographer, having published a variety of works ranging from synth music to nanotechnology.

Video story: A school with a view

Alexandra Gust, Eveline Schuster Memorial Scholarship.

What does lawn care have to do with academic success? Does going to a beautiful school make you a better student? Alexandra Gust explores how our physical surroundings affect our performance. After studying school aesthetics for her sociology degree, she has some compelling answers to these questions.

January Archive