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November 2021 Archive

1BR/1Bath condo for rent in Lower Hillside, available Dec. 1

Cozy, furnished, first floor condo for rent in a two-story condo complex in Independence Park on lower Hillside. Regular lawn-care and snow-removal in winter managed by the HOA. Free parking on premises. Walking distance to a grocery store.

Nov. 13: Anthropology Thesis Defense

Samantha Dunning will defend her thesis "Identifying Marine Mammal Remains In The Western Aleutian Islands Using Zooarchaeology And Stable Isotope Analysis" by Zoom, Saturday, Nov. 13, 9 a.m., Alaska Standard Time. If you would like to listen in, please send a request to Diane Hanson at requesting the link and you can be added to the guest list. The thesis is available to preview and Diane Hanson can send you that link too.

Seeking nominations for the Alaska Innovators Hall of Fame

The Juneau Economic Development Council is pleased to join the Alaska State Committee for Research (SCoR) in encouraging nominations for the Alaska Innovators Hall of Fame.

A little networking goes a long way


Computer and networking technology graduate Hunter Crace landed his dream job with the Lower Kuskokwim School District and is using his degree as a launching pad for his education and career.

Celebrating Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month at UAA


November is Alaska Native Heritage Month and UAA is celebrating our state’s rich and diverse heritage of Alaska Native and Native American people all month long.

Nov. 3: Gender is a Colonial Construct

Conversation Café is a facilitated workshop and dialogue space where members of the UAA community can unpack how race, gender and sexuality show up in our current society. This month we will be thinking about how gender and the gender binary is constructed through a Western Colonial lens. Guest speaker Souksavanh T. Keovorabouth will share how non-binary and gender non-conforming people have always existed and how we can and should challenge our current understanding of gender.

ISER/CBHRS is seeking to hire a Behavioral and/or Public Health Post Doctoral Fellow

The Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) seeks outstanding candidates for a postdoc fellowship position; salary commensurate with qualifications. The one-year fellowship is renewable for up to three years, depending on performance and budget.

Make an impact during UA Giving Day

Spirit holding a sign that says "Together for Alaska." Scoreboard behind him shows 49:00 on the clock, 49 points for the Seawolves and one for the away team.

Show your Seawolf pride during UA Giving Day! Make the most of the 49 hours for Alaska by supporting a program or area that is meaningful to you. Gifts of any size make a tremendous difference to students, and it is your participation that counts.

Part-time openings with Rilke Schule Clubs for spring 2022

Rilke Clubs is looking for bright, energetic, and passionate people to come join our team! Rilke Clubs is a before and after school program that is operated by a nonprofit organization called Rilke Schule Inc. Rilke Clubs offers a variety of opportunities to the students of Rilke Schule German Immersion School, including Art Club, Ballet Club, Drama Club, Kung Fu Club, and so much more.

Celebrating Alaska Native Heritage Month

November is National Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month, an opportunity for our campus community to recognize and celebrate the rich and diverse culture of Alaska Native people and communities in our state.