May 2019 Archive

Announcing the 2019 Community Engagement Forum Award winners

 

New ISER research finds PFD significantly decreases obesity among Alaskan children

 

Art Professor Thomas Chung featured on PBS's Indie Alaska

 

Seawolf hockey returns to campus

 

Postcards Home: Sun, studying and exploring Costa Rica

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UAA junior Kristal Perez is the recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship and has spent the last four months living, studying and adventuring in Costa Rica. In this installment of Postcards Home, she talks about her experience before she jets off to Cuba for phase two of her study/travel abroad experience.

Taking a leap of faith from courthouse to hospital

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How do you follow up four years of studying justice and history? If you’re anything like Tyler Morris, you go back to pursue nursing science.

Testing mettle

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While the trade industries clamor to attract new talent, recent welding alumna Tia Thompson is already experiencing a hot streak that includes a historic victory at Student Showcase and an exciting new career on the North Slope.

UAA's Nine in the Spine event featured in 'Currents' magazine

 

UA Board of Regents public testimony - May 28, 2019

 

Job opening: Executive Assistant to the Chancellor