UAA’s College of Health received a $4 million federal grant to support Alaska’s health care workforce by expanding key programs and making facility improvements. The announcement, made at the UAA Health Sciences Building by Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Alejandra Castillo, comes as Alaska sees an unprecedented health care workforce shortage.
May 2022 Archive
Summer returns to UAA with music and food trucks
UAA welcomed students, alumni, faculty and staff to campus for the first event in the Concerts in the Quad summer series. Featuring live music from Jared Woods and food from Yeti Dogs and Papaya Tree food trucks, the event brought together about 150 Seawolves for summer fun.
Nursing alumni take on Alaska's health care needs
COVID-19 illuminated the critical role nurses play in our communities and the importance of having a local, accessible nursing education program in the state. Since early 2020, UAA’s School of Nursing has graduated more than 500 nurses into Alaska’s health care system.
Job opening: School of Allied Health Program Specialist
The School of Allied Health is seeking a highly motivated customer service oriented individual to join our Administrative Team as a Program Specialist.
Save the dates: Concerts in the Quad — June 28 and July 26
Welcoming students, faculty, staff and alumni to a lunchtime event the fourth Tuesday of the month with music and food trucks.
Annual Valdez Theater Conference takes place June 11-18
The 30th Annual Valdez Theatre Conference takes place June 11-18. This year, there will be 55 developmental Play Lab readings. The authors are in attendance, and afterward, they receive feedback from a panel of professionals.
Dr. Tonia Dousay selected as new director for UAA School of Education
Dr. Tonia Dousay has been selected as the new director for the UAA School of Education and she will begin her role July 1.
Dr. Debbie Craig selected as new dean for UAA College of Health
Following a successful national search, Dr. Debbie I. Craig has been selected as the new dean for College of Health at UAA. She will begin her role July 1.
ISO Rental house for family of 4 plus dog
Myself, husband, two children, and our family dog are trying to relocate from the valley back to Anchorage or Eagle River. My kiddos, aged 8 & 11, spend as much time outdoors as they can, so we're hoping for enough yard space to run around with their dog and get plenty dirty.