The arts can be a powerful tool to communicate the complexity of climate change and its impact on natural ecosystems and on our lives. Unlike scientific information, which mostly engages our intellect, the arts have the ability to engage both our intellect and our heart.
March 2022 Archive
April 4 or 12: Shared Equity Leadership Program Introduction
Join the Chief Diversity Officer for a discussion about an exciting new leadership development program called the Shared Equity Leadership Seminar. Shared Equity Leadership is a model of equity promotion endorsed by the American Council of Education (ACE), and our accreditor, NWCCU.
Job opening: Recruitment and Retention of Alaska Natives into Nursing (RRANN) Student Success Facilitator
The School of Nursing is seeking applications for the RRANN Student Success Facilitator position. RRANN has helped hundreds of Alaska Native and American Indian students graduate from the UAA School of Nursing. Student Success Facilitators offer career and personal advice to aid nursing and pre-nursing students in successfully completing the UA Nursing program.
Seawolf Tracks (Navigate) App updated - What to do if error appears
Recently, the student portal for Navigate (Seawolf Tracks) was updated to accommodate new software capabilities. As the student portal is also the platform for the mobile app "Navigate", there has been an unintended side-effect, where some students have now reported the app cannot connect to the network.
April 1: Rock Climbing at Alaska Rock Gym
Join the Alcohol, Drug and Wellness Education Program this Friday morning from 9-11 a.m. at the Alaska Rock Gym. Admission to the gym is free for UAA students and includes gear rentals. You must sign up online at UAATix.com and fill out the waiver.
IT Alert: Notice of ongoing network maintenance to support better cyber security
In an effort to increase UAA’s cyber security posture, IT Services will be taking steps to further reduce malicious actors’ ability to gain access to our network. While we are working very hard to minimize any discernable impacts, there is always some potential that employees may experience issues accessing legitimate resources.
Help promote the 2022 Spring Career Fair
The career fair is an excellent opportunity for students to practice professional networking, secure an academic internship or a professional position. With over 60 registered employers and more registering daily, this is a “can’t miss opportunity!”
ISER/CAEPR is seeking outstanding candidates for a Post-Doctoral Fellow of Education and/or Education Policy
The Center for Alaska Education Policy Research at the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Alaska Anchorage seeks outstanding candidates for a post-doc fellowship position.
March 29: Spring Career Fair open to all students
All students are encouraged to attend the in-person Spring Career Fair. The career fair is your opportunity to practice professional networking, explore a variety of careers, and secure a job or internship.