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October 2021 Archive
Oct. 27: Renewable Energyscape of Alaska
Brian Murkowski is a long time Alaskan and is the CEO of Brian Murkowski Energy Consultant Firm. He also consults for Renewable Energy Project Alaska and has been involved in many renewable energy projects. He will be joining us Wednesday, Oct. 27, 6:30-7:45 p.m. in Rasmuson Hall, Room 110 to share his experience in his field and also regarding the role that Alaska plays in international trade.
Seawolf alum Matt Shasby named UAA hockey head coach
Former Seawolf Matt Shasby will serve as the seventh head hockey coach in school history, UAA Director of Athletics Greg Myford announced today.
Invite students to attend Fall Career Fair, Oct. 27
Attention faculty!! Please encourage your students to attend the Fall Career Fair, virtually on Handshake, Oct. 27, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
UAA to expand capacity of bachelor’s degree in nursing
In response to industry needs and workforce shortages, UAA will expand its Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. This will allow the university to accept 40% more students who are interested in pursuing a four-year degree in nursing.
Dental Hygiene program hosts first-ever children’s dental clinic
Youth in the Anchorage community are invited to participate in the first-ever Children’s Day, a free dental clinic hosted by the Dental Hygiene program in UAA’s School of Allied Health.
Student Affairs Annual Report for Academic Year 2021
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Bruce Schultz and Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services Lora Volden are pleased to share the Student Affairs Annual Report for Academic Year 2021. It chronicles the achievements and improvements Student Affairs staff accomplished this past year, highlighting how Student Affairs responded to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Education Abroad at UAA open for students!
UAA Education Abroad is an opportunity for UAA students to study abroad or participate in an internship or service learning experience in another country while still receiving academic credit towards their UAA degree! Students can choose programs from all over the world, use their financial aid to pay for program fees, and go abroad for the summer, a semester or an academic year.
Flu shot and COVID-19 shot clinics for students and employees
Masks are required for all clinics. Do not attend if you are ill, COVID-19 positive or in quarantine for COVID-19. There is no charge for COVID-19 shots. Flu shots - $15 administration cost. Insurance may be billed.* Students may charge their student account. Please bring your WolfCard. Cash will not be accepted.
Job opening: ISER Graduate Research Assistant - Master of Public Policy Program FY23
The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is hiring a Master of Public Policy student to research community impacts of river erosion and policy solutions in Alaska’s Yukon River Watershed. This position will be part of a larger research project funded by the National Science Foundation on planning for and adapting to riverbank erosion.