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In the latest Just the Facts video, Chancellor Sandeen addresses questions about the letter sent by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), the university's regional accreditor, dated Sept. 26, 2019.
Each fall, the UAA Alumni Association celebrates three Alumni of Distinction for their contributions to their chosen fields and community. This year's honorees are Alumni of Achievement Jacki Holzman, Alumni Humanitarian Angelia Trujillo and Alumni Emerging Leader Vanessa Norman.
2019 Alumni Emerging Leader Vanessa Norman is an attorney with a specialization on assisting Alaska Native corporations with general corporate matters, living up to a long family legacy of working toward the betterment of Alaska Native people.
2019 Alumni Humanitarian Angelia Trujillo has become forensic nursing leader in Alaska, advocating and supporting patients as a women’s health nurse practitioner, and educating the community by establishing the Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy.
2019 Alumni of Achievement Jacki Holzman is the deputy regional administrator for the Alaska region of the Federal Aviation Administration. Her position is the culmination of a 27-year career with the FAA and keeps the organization afloat by connecting its various operations and stakeholders to address aviation safety.
This is your reminder that your Title IX required training is due to be completed by the end of this month (deadline is Oct. 1, 2019).
University of Alaska's new wellness program is here! Learn more about PreventionCloud and how to earn your wellness rebate for this program year.
Get your creative team together because it's time to decorate! The theme for the 2019 Homecoming Office Decoration Competition is: Into The Future. With so many ways to decorate — such as post-apocalyptic, robots, aliens and spaceships, a greener planet, etc. — we can't wait to see your take on the future.