January 2019 Archive

Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2019: Surplus Sale and departmental selection

Shop for amazing deals on electronics, furniture and more. Drop by the UAA Warehouse anytime during the public sale (Friday, Feb. 1, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.) to browse the selection.

Jan. 28, 2019: Anthropology hosts food drive to support furloughed federal workers

You can donate food for furloughed workers Jan. 24 and 25 in Beatrice McDonald Hall (BMH), Room 231, anytime between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

UAA offers free tickets to Seawolves home games for furloughed federal workers


Bridging the gap between classroom and real life

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After a decade of being shelved, UAA and the Municipality of Anchorage have renewed collaborative efforts to create the city’s first Climate Action Plan, and Associate Professor Shannon Donovan’s capstone class got a front-row seat to all the action.

Submit stories and poems to UAA/ADN Creative Writing Contest by Feb. 8, 2019


The UAA/Anchorage Daily News Creative Writing Contest is accepting entries now through Feb. 8, 2019. Submit your best fiction, nonfiction or poetry today!

January 2019 updates from UAA Staff Council

Keep reading for a recap of UAA Staff Council's meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019.

The Capitol Report 1/22/19: Welcome to the 31st Alaska Legislature

The Capitol Report offers regular updates and analysis on the overall legislative process and legislation of interest, including the university’s budget.

2019 Cabin Fever Debates

Registration is now open for the 2019 Cabin Fever Debates, UAA's intramural debating tournament. This year, we're giving out over $2,000 in cash to the top debate teams in the competition.

January 2019: Presentations by finalists for health economics post-doctoral researcher position

Join us this week top hear from the three finalists for ISER’s health economics post-doctoral researcher position.

Employment, environment and 1,500 tons of trash


At Spring Back Utah, owner Jeff Jewett '06 and his wife, Jenny, turn thousands of mattresses into much-needed jobs. It's mattresses with a mission, benefiting people and the planet alike, and it all ties back to the second chance Jeff found at UAA.

January Archive