March 2022 Archive

Faculty: Five minutes of your time to help the Consortium Library

The Consortium Library has extended the survey deadline for faculty in order to ensure that your voice is heard. Your participation is crucial and will help to assess library services, collections, and facilities. We know your time is important, so we anticipate the survey should take approximately five minutes. To take the survey, go directly to:

UAA Summer Engineering Academies return to campus — apply by March 18

The UAA Summer Engineering Academies are back on campus with face-to-face camps in Anchorage and Mat-Su for students entering grades 3 through 12. This program is made possible by ConocoPhillips Alaska, with additional support from the MTA Foundation and Siemens.

What's Next: Ukraine

What's Next at UAA with Chancellor Sean Parnell video preview

For the first episode of his new "What's Next" series, Chancellor Parnell discusses the recent events in Ukraine and how UAA is working to help.

KPC adopts new 'realities' for process technology classes

Kenai Peninsula College professors demonstrate immersive reality technology. (Photo by Alasha Brito / Kenai Peninsula College)

Starting in Fall Semester 2022, KPC’s process technology (PRT) program will enhance its AAS offerings by employing immersive reality in its classes. The PRT program has been awarded a Technical Vocational Education Program Grant to create web-accessible labs using the “360 Immersive Reality” program.

March 16: 'The Misuse of History and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine'

On Feb. 24, 2022 Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered what has now become the largest land invasion on European soil since the Second World War. The people of Ukraine have valiantly resisted, and Western nations have presented a unified front in opposition to the aggression. Open to the public, please join us for a roundtable discussion on the historical roots of this conflict and a more general discussion of what historians have come to refer to as the "New Cold War."

Graduate School Information Meeting

Learn about the UAA Graduate School, what to expect, when to apply, programs offered.

Academic advising for priority registration

Seawolves, don't wait to schedule an appointment with your academic advisor to plan for your Fall 2022 courses! Save time and money by enrolling in the right classes during priority registration. Check your email accounts (be sure to look in those SPAM folders!) to see if your advisor has already requested to schedule an appointment with you.

Application for summer housing now open!

Residence Life is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for student housing this summer! If you or a student you know you is looking for an exciting and supportive living environment for the summer, we encourage you to consider UAA student housing!

Ukrainians are being displaced, UAA is helping

Learn how UAA is planning to house displaced people and educate our community about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Podcast: Every day on the job is a dream for new hockey head coach

Hockey Head Coach Matt Shasby

Last year, UAA hockey was in a precarious place. But now, the team has a brand new head coach, history alumnus Matt Shasby, who played as a Seawolf from 1999 to 2003 before going pro with the Alaska Aces. In this episode of Seawolf Voices, Matt talks about his trajectory as a player, what he’s learned from his hockey head coach predecessors, and how his experiences as a teacher influences his approach to coaching.

March Archive