September 2021 Archive

Safety Awareness Month: Wildlife Safety

It is not uncommon to encounter wildlife on campus at UAA, or anywhere in Alaska, and it is important to know what to do if you find yourself in that situation. If you see a moose or bear on campus, call UPD at 907-786-1120 and let them know the location.

Subway closed until Monday, Sept. 28

Subway has temporarily closed for the remainder of the week. It will reopen on Monday with regular hours.

UAA Homecoming schedule, Oct. 4–9

Get ready, Seawolves! Homecoming 2021 is on its way. Oct.4–9 UAA will have Harvest Fest-themed programs both in-person and virtual to celebrate UAA. We will have competitions, creative spaces, opportunities to give back and special highlights for UAA Athletics! So for now, mark your calendars and be on the lookout, your Homecoming 2021 schedule will be released soon!

Alaska Space Grant awarded to engineering alumnus to study Arctic corrosion

Tyler Cushman

Tyler Cushman’s graduate research will study a process known as atmospheric corrosion in cold climates through a collaboration with NASA and is expected to have wider benefits for Alaska’s infrastructure.

Sept. 17: Human Services Student Orientation

Meet the faculty of the Department of Human Services and learn more about the program and its courses, degrees and certificates, careers in the field, practicum, and other resources we offer students, such as the HUMS Summer Institute and Conferences, the writing lab, and more! We hope to see you there!

Job opening: UAA Residence Coordinator

The Department of Residence Life (DRL), at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), seeks a dedicated and enthusiastic candidate for a full-time, 3-year term, 10-month/year Residence Coordinator position. The Residence Coordinator is a live-in, master's degree-level professional — responsible for the operation of one of our residential campus living areas.

Sept. 17: Constitution Day Chartwell Lecture

American flag flying in the UAA campus. (Photo by James Evans / UAA)

Join us over Zoom for the 17th annual Constitution Day Chartwell Lecture, "A Defense of Originalism," presented by John O. McGinnis, George C. Dix Professor in Constitutional Law at Northwestern University.

Sept. 18: Cider and Flips Gymnastics Fundrasier

Enjoy world class cider and food from Double Shovel Cider Co. and Pacific Bite Food Truck - all for a good cause! A portion of the proceeds will go directly to save UAA Gymnastics.

Reminder to complete annual Title IX training

All students, staff and faculty are required to complete annual Title IX training. If you've already completed the training, thank you. This training strengthens our community to be active bystanders, which promotes a safe and healthy campus environment.

Seawolf Student Leader, Seawolf Community Service and Mabil Duir Leadership scholarship applications available

Applications are now available for Seawolf Student Leader, Seawolf Community Service, and Mabil Duir Leadership Scholarship. Please encourage students to apply! Recipients receive a tuition credit for the following semester. Applications are due Friday, Oct. 8 at 11:59 p.m.

September Archive