October 2020 Archive

Post-election listening sessions for students, faculty, staff and community

To help people process their responses to the election, UAA will offer structured online drop-in groups for gathering to share feelings, fears, needs and hopes. These groups will not be about arguing for positions or candidates, but rather a chance to share on a more personal level.

Election civility

We at UAA value every member of our community, including individuals of differing political persuasion, ethnic and racial identity, gender, sexual orientation, ability level, age, military status and more. We respect intellectual and political freedom and promote intellectual and political discourse. We expect our students, faculty, staff and administrators will treat each other with respect and decency, even as we disagree – sometimes intensely – about policies and candidates.

Job opening: Health Projects Coordinator

The Center for Human Development is seeking applications for a Health Projects Coordinator. This position requires experience with applied research, project management, and community outreach. We are looking for a highly-motivated individual with experience in health education programs and/or sexual health. We desire someone who has excellent facilitation skills and who can coordinate multiple projects with a variety of university and community stakeholders. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, has excellent writing and presentation skills, and is experienced in research ethics and protocols.

Join the Wellness BINGO Challenge for chance to win great prizes!

Are you having trouble staying motivated or taking the time to focus on your wellness? Does accomplishing even the smallest task on your list avoid getting done? This upcoming month, Kinesiology student Alyssa Evanchuck has created a Wellness BINGO Challenge with the UAA Employee Wellness program for everyone to participate in! Join us for Knockout November and accomplish something each day that puts the emphasis on you, your body and mind. One or two tasks completed each day are allowed and will put you on a steady path to win a prize! This awesome memento will be a reminder of the month where you were dedicated to achieving your own needs!

Job opening: Temporary Administrative Support, UAA IT Services

UAA IT Services is seeking the ideal candidate to fill a temporary administrative role. We are looking for someone with a customer-focused background and prior administrative support experience. This is a part time, temporary administrative position, with up to 20 hours per week, from November through the end of February. The position will remain open until filled.

Business Plan Competition will kick-off with business-savvy speakers

Get the inside edge for the 2021 Business Plan Competition! Sign up for our Oct. 30 virtual kick-off event. UAA students and community members are eligible to compete.

Join the Office of the Registrar as a Transfer Credit Counselor!

The Office of the Registrar seeks a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual to join its team as a Transfer Credit Counselor. This professional facilitates the university’s mission by building relationships with prospective transfer students, as well as other higher education institutions, to help attract future Seawolves well-suited to UAA’s programs. The position is responsible for identifying, supporting recruitment of, and motivating students of diverse backgrounds to make well-informed decisions as they navigate the transfer process.

Nov. 5: Free film screening of 'Gather' and Indigenous-led panel discussion

"Gather" is an intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty, while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide. Join a free screening and Indigenous-led panel discussion Thursday, Nov. 5, 5:30 p.m.

A message from Chancellor Sandeen

In a message to the UAA community, Chancellor Sandeen wrote, "A few minutes ago the Trustees of the California State University System appointed me the next president of California State University, East Bay. While I am sad to leave this wonderful university and my friends and colleagues, I am excited to take on a new challenge at another public, open-access, urban-metropolitan university very similar to the University of Alaska Anchorage — one that is just miles from where I grew up and close to my family."

Job opening: Title IX Advisor

The Title IX Advisor position is critical to the success of the Title IX program at the University of Alaska. The university is building a roster of advisors for complainants and respondents. Selected applicants will ensure all parties in Title IX hearings have an equal opportunity to conduct cross-examination of parties and witnesses through the use of an advisor. *This recruitment is open internally to current UA employees or those otherwise eligible to apply to internal postings.

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