Literacy and an appreciation for reading are important tools for young adults in and out of the criminal justice system. The Tom Case Leadership Fellows believe that through a book drive, the Anchorage and UAA community can build upon MYC’s ongoing work by providing residents tools to continue their personal growth and education through access to new and gently used, age-appropriate books.
March 2022 Archive
April 2: Student Textbook Affordability Club meeting
STAC exists as a meeting place for all University of Alaska Anchorage students interested in promoting affordable textbooks and learning materials at UAA through education, advocacy and resource distribution. STAC may also involve prospective students, faculty and staff of UAA, and community stakeholders in the pursuit of this purpose. All are welcome to participate in increasing access to affordable textbooks at UAA!
Real Estate Summer Workshop for high school students
UAA’s Real Estate Management + Investment (REM+I) Workshop is a three-day, interactive opportunity for high school students to explore career and educational opportunities in real estate management and learn how and why people invest in income-producing real estate.
Pronouns Matters — Development opportunity for faculty and staff
Open to faculty and staff, this session explores the importance of using students' correct pronouns to create a more welcoming and inclusive learning environment. The session will introduce the topic of pronoun use, explore practices for gender inclusivity in a university context, and illustrate the importance of this practice for student belonging.
24-Hour Livestream for Charity
UAA Club Council, in partnership with the UAA Esports Lounge, is proud to announce the 24hr Livestream for Charity this Friday, March 25 from 6 a.m. to 6 a.m. on Saturday, March 26 supporting Children's Lunchbox through Bean’s Cafe.
Opening campus more widely
Starting April 4, students and staff will be able to access most campus buildings during the day without a WolfCard.
March 24: Explaining Russia's Invasion of Ukraine
ISER and the UAA Department of Public Policy and Administration are co-hosting a seminar with Dr. Chad Briggs on Thursday, March 24, from noon-1 p.m. Dr. Briggs will give an overview of the recent expansion of the war in Ukraine, including security and energy implications for the United States and Alaska. A Q&A will follow.
Migration to new VPN system delayed for students
To support student learning through the end of the Spring semester, UAA IT Services has extended access to our old VPN solution, CISCO AnyConnect, for student access.
Undergraduate research assistant positions for students interested in health
Undergraduate research assistants are needed for the 2022-2023 academic year to help teach a health promotion program to older adults in Anchorage and Eagle River.