March 2022 Archive

Courageous Conversations: Conducting the Discussions You Are Scared Of, A Guided Conversation

Navigating new opportunities or conflict at work can be challenging. Human Resources would like to invite you to the upcoming “Guided Conversations” sessions to help connect you to your largest work resource, your peers! These participant-led sessions are held to offer employees an avenue to share in your successes and collaborate in areas of opportunity with your co-workers.

ISER webinar: The economic potential of Alaska's mining industry

What will the mining industry in Alaska look like in 20 years? Can it help Alaska solve some of its economic challenges? Researchers Bob Loeffler and Brett Watson will present findings from their 2022 study that analyzed existing and upcoming mining projects within the framework of a “mining development pyramid.”

Job opening: ANP/Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at the UAA Student Health and Counseling Center

The Student Health and Counseling Center at the University of Alaska Anchorage, is seeking a Advanced Practice Registered Nurse for a 40 hours per week, 9 or 12 month position. This individual will work in a student-centered environment, supporting students through assessment, diagnosis and treatment of physical health related needs.

UAA partners with Bellingham Technical College on geomatics program

The University of Alaska Anchorage is excited to announce a new partnership with the Bellingham Technical College (BTC) to further educational opportunities for students and meet the high-demand needs for today’s Geomatics workforce.

UAA loosens mask restrictions — effective as of Monday, March 7

After receiving your thoughtful feedback, hearing from UA President Pitney, consulting with our COVID Business Continuity Team lead, and reviewing updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), UAA is updating its face masking protocol.

Alaska Airlines Center walking track now open

The Raven's Nest Walking Track sponsored by Skinny Raven on the 3rd floor of the Alaska Airlines Center is now open to the campus community. Faculty, staff, and students can use their WolfCard to enter the AAC and access the track between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Office of the Registrar invites applicants for College Completion Coordinator

The Office of the Registrar seeks a highly motivated, tech-savvy individual to join its team as a College Completion Coordinator. This professional should understand the needs and challenges facing Alaskan students with some college credit and no degree, and have experience and interest in building pathways and programs to meet those needs and mitigate challenges.

20th Annual Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference offers UAA students big discount as well as scholarships

Opportunity for UAA students! The 20th Annual Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference is offering a $100 registration discount as well as a number of scholarships to UAA students from any campus who would like to attend the conference, May 14-17, 2022, taking place in the center of Homer at the Kachemak Bay Campus and throughout the community.

Capitol Report for March 4, 2022

The House begins public testimony on the operating budget and the University has a strong showing in Juneau.

Job opening: Math Tutor, Mat-Su College

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) of Mat-Su College is seeking math tutors for the 2021-22 academic year.

March Archive