October 2021 Archive

Office of the Bursar closed Oct. 14 from 1-2 p.m.

The Office of the Bursar, including the Cashiering Windows, will be closed for a meeting on Thursday, Oct. 14, from 1-2 p.m. Emails and voicemails will be returned when we reopen. Departments may utilize the drop box for deposits during the brief closure.

ECB Parking Garage closed Oct. 10-25

UAA's Engineering & Computation Building Parking Garage

Due to emergency repairs on the fire hydrant at ECB, the parking garage hydrant supply will need to be shut off for a couple weeks while we work on the system. During this time, the entire areas will be closed with the drive-in access from Mallard Lane closed to the public. There will be barriers with signage at the bike path and skybridge as well. We will update here with any changes to the schedule.

Office of the Registrar hosts Seawolf Transfer Trail Brown Bag

With the Seawolf Transfer Trail tool, it takes as little as 10 minutes to determine how credits will transfer to UAA. We will show you how this online transfer credit estimator can provide quick and accurate information regarding how credits meet degree requirements.

Pilot study sheds light on the well-being of Alaska’s veterans during pandemic

People Mover bus that says 'Masks Required' travels along UAA Drive

UAA assistant professors Ashley O’Connor and Amber Worthington examined the impacts that stay-at-home orders had on Alaska’s veteran populations.

'Forward, March!' Practicing drill with UAA's Air Force ROTC Det. 001

Cadet Nicholas Jenkins salutes as he and other members of UAA's Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment 001 practice drill outside UAA's Aviation Technology Center on Merrill Field. (Photo by James Evans / UAA)

Here's a look at last week's drill practice at Merrill Field for the cadets of UAA’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 001, the nation's most northerly AFROTC detachment.

Job opening: CBPP Dean's Office Student Assistant

The College of Business and Public Policy is seeking a Student Assistant to work in the Dean's Office! We are looking for a quick learner who is energetic and organized. You will gain office experience and customer service skills, all while working with a great team of professionals and supporting the students, faculty and staff of CBPP.

Alaska INBRE funding opportunities

Alaska INBRE's primary aim is to expand the multi-disciplinary research and teaching network to support biomedical and health research expertise, infrastructure, and translational capacity. Requests must meet one of the goals of Alaska INBRE, to increase capacity in Alaska for biomedical and health research, including One Health and basic biomedical research themes.

Job opening – ECHO Project Coordinator

The Center for Human Development is seeking applications for an ECHO Project Coordinator. We are looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual for our multifaceted and exciting work. This is a new position that supports the implementation and expansion of Project ECHO networks statewide.

Fall into a good book with these UAA alumni authors

Matt Caprioli, Sandra Lynne Reed, Ian Kirkpatrick, and their book covers

Pour yourself a mug of your favorite warm beverage, put on something cozy and enjoy these three new books from UAA alumni authors Matt Caprioli, Sandra Lynne Reed and Ian Kirkpatrick.

Job opening: Academic Advisor, Mat-Su College

Student Services at Mat-Su College provides a warm welcome for new and prospective students and offers an array of services to help students progress toward graduation.

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