Join the Alaska Black Caucus, Anchorage Reads, and the UAA/APU Books of the Year for a panel discussion on the intersection between race and health on Sunday, Feb. 21, from 7 to 8 p.m. Featuring UAA History professor Ian Hartman, UAA Philosophy pre-professoriate Jenny McCurdy, APU President Valerie Davidson, and Anchorage leader Margo Bellamy. Learn more at: http://bit.ly/AnchorageReads2021
Job opening: KPC Student Services Director
Kenai Peninsula College is recruiting for a dynamic, highly qualified individual for its Student Services Director position. This position will oversee programs and employees in the Student Services Department including Admissions, Registration, Records and Degree Certification, Veterans Affairs program, Financial Aid, Student Health Clinic and Campus Safety.
Job opening: Facilities Planning & Construction Project Manager
The Project Manager (PM) will be responsible for providing the professional management of planning, engineering, and construction contracts. As a PM you will have the opportunity to lead teams of diverse professionals including but not limited to Architects, Contractors, Engineers, and stakeholders to complete projects of various sizes and complexities from beginning to end.
Feb. 18: UAA Planetarium hosting live coverage of Mars Rover Landing
Join UAA Planetarium Live on Facebook and Zoom on Thursday, Feb. 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. as we watch the historic landing of the Mars Perseverance Rover on the Red Planet! We will join NASA TV with live feed from the landing as well as an overview of the Rover and its mission from UAA Planetarian Omega Smith.
Feb. 18: Get active and PLAAY!
Join UAA Kinesiology students live on Facebook at the Healthy Futures Facebook page as they lead fun-filled physical activities fit for the whole family! PLAAY Day is Alaska’s first simultaneous student physical activity event with activities for every age and any fitness level. Schools and other organizations from across the state will offer 30 minutes of organized and synchronized physical activity each week at 10 a.m. starting Feb. 18. For more information, visit: facebook.com/events/717292122266475.
Bartlett Lecture Series — Call for Recommendations
The Bartlett Lecture Series Committee is requesting recommendations for a speaker for the 2022 lecture. Please recommend a lecturer whose work involves the promotion of individual freedom and the public good. The deadline for recommendations is March 5 at 5 p.m. The Bartlett Lecture Series Committee will review recommendations on March 12 and select a candidate from the suggested lecturers.
Black Men in White Coats film viewing opportunity
The Alaska AHEC has purchased 300 seats to view the film "Black Men in White Coats" during a three-day viewing window starting Feb. 18 at midnight. You must pre-register to receive your unique viewing code.
Artificial intelligence in the financial world: CBPP AI webinar series #2
The College of Business and Public Policy continues its webinar series on artificial intelligence on Wednesday, Feb. 17 from noon to 1 p.m. with “AI in Finance: Opportunities and Limitations.” Dr. Anureet Saxena, director of quantitative research at McKinley Capital Management, will discuss the role of AI in making investment decisions.
UAA Chancellor Attributes survey — responses due Feb. 17
The UAA Chancellor Selection Committee would like to share with you the attributes under consideration for selecting the next UAA Chancellor. We ask you to provide feedback on this list via a feedback form that can be found at: alaska.edu/pres/uaa-chancellor
Listen to the third episode of Seawolf Voices
Celeste Hodge Growden, social work alumna and president/CEO of the Alaska Black Caucus, talks about making strides with community partners to address racial equity and systemic change, the work that still needs to be done and partnering with UAA to help train the next generation of social workers.