October 2019 Archive

Oct. 31, 2019: Mentoring brown bag


UAA’s College of Health awarded $1.77 million from Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska


On Oct. 29, Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska announced a total investment of $5.7 million to support access to rural health care in Alaska. UAA will receive a portion of that funding.

DegreeWorks upgrade looks modern, is more mobile friendly, and meets ADA standards


Care Team Book Club cancelled until further notice


2019 Halloween Blood Drive


The UAA Honors College and the Blood Bank of Alaska are teaming up for a Halloween-themed blood drive on Thursday, Oct. 31, from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Look for the 'LifeMobile' outside Rasmuson Hall. You can simply drop in or make an appointment by calling (907) 222-5630. Eat well, stay hydrated, and bring your photo ID.

Regents adopt response to accrediting agency; chancellors respond individually


Looking down the road


How integral is Providence to Alaska? Not only does the hospital make up the second half of the namesake UMED District, but the organization is the largest non-government employer in the state, naturally resulting in the employment of a large number of UAA nursing alumni.

Ice and water


Not only has former Seawolf hockey player and marketing alum Brian Kraft made a second home in Bristol Bay with his Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge businesses, but he’s also found a calling by advocating for the preservation of the region.

CA 490 World Cheese Exploration and Wine Pairing class starts Nov. 4, 2019


Oct. 28, 2019: Climate scientist Rick Thoman presents "Going Up: On the Elevator of Climate Change"


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