January 2019 Archive

Fuel pumps are currently down


Disability Support Services hosts Open House - Jan. 18, 2019

Disability Support Services cordially invites one and all to join us at our Open House celebration! Friday, Jan. 18, 1–4 p.m. in Rasmuson Hall, Suite 112.

Professor Emeritus George Geistauts passes away

It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. George Geistauts, Professor Emeritus of Business Administration. After close to 40 years at UAA, Professor Geistauts is leaving behind a legacy of teaching, scholarship and service that is commensurate with the size of Alaska, his beloved adoptive home.

Postal rates set to increase Jan. 27, 2019

The Seawolf Postal Express team is available to answer any questions you have about the postal rate changes taking effect Jan. 27, 2019. Stop by to see us in the lower level of the Bookstore or call us at (907) 786-1108.

Collection of essays honoring beloved Alaska historian Terrence M. Cole released

"The Big Wild Soul of Terrence Cole: An Eclectic Collection to Honor Alaska’s Public Historian," edited by Frank Soos and Mary Ehrlander, is now available online and at select bookstores.

UAA seeks nominees for 2019–2020 honorary degree awards

Nominations for UAA's fall 2019 and spring 2020 honorary degree awards are currently being accepted. The deadline for nominations is Jan. 31, 2019.

Come for the knitting but stay for the fun: UAA’s Chronicles of Yarnia encourages everyone to join the club


Whether you’re a novice or a pro, UAA's Chronicles of Yarnia is where you go to kick up your feet, relax and catch up with friends.

Job opening: Donor Relations Officer, University Advancement


Scaling the effects of caffeine on Mount Everest

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Fresh from a study on Denali, UAA professor and sleep expert Chris Jung led a team to the world's tallest mountain to research caffeine's effects on cognitive function, physical response and sleep physiology at higher altitudes.

If all the world’s a stage, this theater alumna is here to light it


Cedar Cussins believes that theater is the study of everything, and it shows in her roles as lighting designer for the Anchorage Opera and as co-owner of 49th State Tours, ranked the No. 2 Anchorage outdoor activity on TripAdvisor.

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