June 2019 Archive

UAA student pursues research in physics


UAA junior Henrique Miller recently received the Goldwater Scholarship, a prestigious honor awarded to students pursuing careers in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering. He hopes that one day his research will contribute to the field of plasma nuclear fusion.

Political science alumnus excited to build coalitions this summer at Humanity in Action


Andres Antuna was recently awarded Humanity in Action’s John Lewis Fellowship. This July, he will travel to Atlanta, Georgia, and spend one month learning from leaders who have fought for human rights.

Economics alumna Kelcie Ralph returns to Anchorage for the summer to improve biking infrastructure


Rutgers professor and economics alumna Kelcie Ralph returns to UAA as a visiting distinguished professor for the College of Business and Public Policy where she’ll spend her summer working with the Anchorage Museum to improve biking in the city.

Job opening: Communications Manager


Enrollment Services closed June 19, 2019


FY20 SPSS add-on licenses available


June 15, 2019: Household Electronics Recycling Event at UAA


SOLD OUT — 'Toy Story 4' premiere


UAA community takes on Mount Marathon

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Three alumni and one student talk about their history with the race, how they train and stay motivated, and offer advice to anyone daring enough to try the “toughest 5K on the planet.”

June 14, 2019: Arbor Day (belated) and Tree Campus USA celebration