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November 2021 Archive

CSI: UAA

UAA Justice students John Whitlock and Fluturie Alimi collect and analyze evidence at a mock crime scene set up in a lecture hall in the Professional Studies Building for their practicum in Glen Klinkhart's criminal investigation course (JUST A255).

To students in UAA justice instructor Glen Klinkhart’s criminal investigations course, the end of the semester is, quite literally, murder. For his lab practicum, Klinkhart — a homicide detective, true crime author and computer forensics expert — stages the scene of his own murder in a UAA lecture hall and challenges the budding investigators in his class to solve the crime.

Lucy's to-go menu is live

Go to uaaculinaryarts.mobilebytes.com to order off of Lucy's to-go menu. Available Wednesdays-Fridays, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Celebrating the life and legacy of Greg Myford

UAA Director of Athletics Greg Myford, photographed in the Alaska Airlines Center.

Seawolf Nation mourns the tremendous loss of Director of Athletics Greg Myford. A leader, colleague and friend, Greg will be remembered for his positive attitude and his unwavering support of student-athletes.

From the army to student government, passion for service fuels Esther Dale

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When Esther Dale joined USUAA, she was looking for an opportunity to get involved in the UAA campus community. She had no idea that the opportunity to serve as vice president would not only be academically relevant, but the overall experience would be so rewarding.

Chartwell Lecture: Professor James Muller presents 'Churchill at War on the Nile'

Churchill at War on the Nile flyer. Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m. Zoom or CPISB 120.

Professor Muller will tell the story of preparing the new edition of "The River War" by Winston Churchill and speak about the significance of the book for understanding Churchill’s thoughts on empire, war, race and religion.

ISER seeks to fill a position for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor of Economics

The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) seeks to fill a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position in economics to conduct research on regional economics, state fiscal policy and public finance, and other topics of relevance to the Alaska economy.

USUAA Winter Gear Drive helps homeless in our community

Dropbox for USUAA winter gear drive in the Student Union

Food insecurity and homelessness are ongoing issues within the university and Anchorage communities. USUAA has partnered with local nonprofit organizations to address the problem one donation at a time.

Giving thanks to the Seawolf community

The beacon of knowledge atop UAA's Consortium Library shines on a snowy morning.

Seawolves, today and every day, we're thankful for all you do to make UAA an amazing place to learn, teach and work. Wishing you a wonderful holiday! Enjoy the long weekend, and stay safe and healthy in your celebrations.

Alaska Airlines helps Seawolf student-athletes soar

Alaska Airlines student-athletes Daryl Bushnell, B.S. ’22; Tobin Karlberg, B.A. ’22; Eve Stephens, B.B.A. ’22; and Tennae Voliva, B.S. ’21 in front of the Alaska Airlines Center. (Photo by James Evans / University of Alaska Anchorage)

Through decades of critical impact for our students and region, Alaska Airlines shapes premier, open-access higher education experiences and inspires student-athletes to soar to new heights.

Thanksgiving break gear rental deal

The holiday season is upon us! Stop in at the Student Union Gear Room/Information Desk any time this week between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to check out the rental gear we have in stock! For just this week only we are offering a discount on Weeklong Cross Country Ski Rentals. $35 gets you cross-country skis, boots, and poles! Our stock is limited, so come check us out before it's too late!