February 2022 Archive

Registration open for Cheese & Wine class

Our Cheese + Wine class is one of our most popular classes in the Culinary Arts! Anyone can sign up for these types of classes, they are open to the public and non-degree seeking students. Riza Brown will guide you through six, three-hour classes of international wine and cheese pairing, plating and presentation, and most importantly, tasting.

Nominate a student to be a Wolfpack orientation leader!

Do you know a student who would love to get involved on campus? Do you know a student who has a desire to gain and develop leadership skills? The New Student Orientation team is hiring our summer Wolfpack Orientation Leaders, and we invite you to nominate a UAA student(s) to apply for this position!

Paid summer environmental and wildlife positions available through UAA!

Beginning in April, the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Applied Environmental Research Center (AERC) will be recruiting for motivated individuals who love to spend Alaska summer outdoors.

Come Here, Go Far - Learn about National Student Exchange!

NSE colleges and universities welcome you for 2022/2023 collegiate student exchange. If you want to learn more about NSE, join us for a virtual NSE Info Session. We will review the basics of NSE (tuition, financial aid, course options, housing, and research tips) and answer your questions.

Free STI Screening - Get Tested - Feb. 14, 15 and 16

Do you know your status? The #1 symptom of most sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is no symptoms. Getting tested regularly can protect you and your partner(s) from long-term complications.

Alaska INBRE announces three funding opportunities for summer 2022

The Alaska IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is pleased to announce three funding opportunities for summer 2022: Undergraduate Research Assistantship, Diversity Undergraduate Research Assistantship and Curriculum Development.

Capitol Report for Feb. 4, 2022

The House held a technical floor session on Wednesday and several standing committees were canceled after one or more members of the House tested positive for COVID-19.

Celebrating Black History Month

This week marked the beginning of Black History Month, representing an opportunity for us to celebrate the triumphs of our nation’s history and discuss the trials and tribulations of this country’s painful past. It is important to recognize both the positive and negative events that led us to where we are today.

ISER is recruiting for a temporary Research Technician

The Research Technician pool seeks to attract applicants with technical research skills to assist in projects, ranging from economic analyses to survey administration to research programming.

ISER needs temporary Research Professionals

The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) seeks Research Professionals to assist ISER and CBHRS researchers with a wide range of project tasks from data collection to analysis to reporting. Remote work may be considered.

February Archive