February 2022 Archive

Update about UAA mask policy

I'm writing to inform you that UAA is considering adjusting some of its COVID-19 policies. None of these changes are currently in effect but are under consideration. Case numbers are falling in Alaska, and we're keeping a close eye on transmission levels. Should they drop below "substantial" for seven consecutive days, UAA will likely move toward a less restrictive mask policy.

Feb. 25: COH Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Symposium

The College of Health invites students, faculty and staff to join us online for the 2022 COH Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Symposium. The symposium is part of the college’s commitment to advancing health equity, justice and wellbeing in our state and beyond.

Feb. 15: Akademos Open Office Hours

As you are submitting course material adoptions to the UAA Online Bookstore (uaa.textbookx.com) for summer and fall, we wanted to make sure you had access to different available resources.

Share your UAA love story

Snow heart in UAA's Cuddy Quad on a sunny winter day. (Photo by James Evans / University of Alaska Anchorage)

Roses are red, violets are blue, and maybe you met at UAA too. Share your UAA love story with us on Facebook or Instagram through Feb. 18. One lucky commenter will be selected at random to win a Coffee for Two care package.

Feb. 14: UA Board of Regents to hear public testimony

The University of Alaska Board of Regents will hear public testimony on Monday, Feb. 14, from 4-5 p.m. This one-hour public testimony session provides the university community and all Alaskans the opportunity to talk directly with regents.

Job opening: Assistant/Associate Professor of Process Technology, Kenai Peninsula College

Kenai Peninsula College invites applications for its tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor of Process Technology position.

Feb. 14: Beyond Land Acknowledgements

As the movement to honor the perpetual stewardship of Indigenous peoples through land acknowledgements in higher education grows, we pause to ask: is this meaningful? Does this increase awareness of past harms committed against Indigenous communities or advance meaningful action toward rectifying those harms? To get to the heart of these questions, we must be willing to examine the harmful legacy of oppression enacted through the education system in the United States and worldwide.

Job opening: Fiscal Specialist with General Support Services

UAA General Support Services is looking for the newest member of our GSS team! GSS includes the Copy & Print Center, Mailroom/Central Receiving, Surplus & Relocation, Recycling, and Parking Services units.

Send some love from UAA

Send some love from UAA! Stop by the Seawolf Store in-person at the Alaska Airlines Center or online and get a bear + mug for $20. Offer valid until Feb. 18, 2022.

Feb. 11 and 13: UAA Gymnastics hosts Centenary College

UAA’s home openers will take place Feb. 11 and 13 against Centenary in the Alaska Airlines Center’s main gymnasium. Surf to GoSeawolves.com to purchase advance tickets.

February Archive