July 2022 Archive

37 Words

The inspiring story of Title IX, "37 Words," documents the hard fought battle to push for equal rights in education and athletics. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, this docuseries illustrates the ways in which this landmark legislation increased opportunities in American culture and in the lives of women.

KPC job posting - Accounts Receivable Technician II

Kenai Peninsula College is actively seeking a Accounts Receivable Technician II to join our Administrative Services team. We are looking for a highly motivated and organized individual who thrives in a fast-paced yet fun environment.

Job opening: Library Technician - Alaska Medical Library / Archives & Special Collections at the UAA/APU Consortium Library

The Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), is recruiting a fulltime Library Technician III to work 75% in the Alaska Medical Library (AML) and 25% in Archives and Special Collections, both units of the Consortium Library.

2022-23 Early Bird Annual Parking Permits now available!

Buy your annual UAA parking permit between July 14-Aug. 12 at the discounted Early Bird rate of $315. Starting August 13 the annual permit price will be $350.

The Library is hiring!

The UAA/APU Consortium Library is looking for a Circulation Clerk to join our team. The Circulation Department at the Consortium Library is responsible for the maintenance of the collection for public access, circulation materials into and out of the library, and providing a first point of contact for general patron questions.

July 20: UA Giving Day Planning Meeting

UA Giving Day is November 2-3, 2022! This is our 3rd annual UA Giving Day, celebrating UAA, UAF, and UAS in 49 hours for Alaska. Last year UAA had 200 registered Giving Day volunteers, and the whole UA system raised over $1 million to support our students.

Personal assistant needed

WANTED: Creative, organized, computer savvy, female student to assist 80-year-old with decluttering, simplifying and beautifying her condo life.

Exploring Alaska's microbe frontiers

Kodi Haughn takes the lead as students in UAA Biological Sciences Professor Brandon Briggs' lab depart after sampling microbes at the foot of Worthington Glacier.

UAA Biological Sciences Professor Brandon Briggs and students in his lab have traveled throughout Alaska to study the microbes and microbial processes associated with extreme environments in polar regions. By looking at how these “extreme microbes” respond to and manipulate their environments, the researchers hope to better understand how glaciers change over time.

UAA receives $3M grant to boost ESL endorsements in Alaska

Flags from around the world hang in the hallway at Fairview Elementary School.

Provided by the Office of English Language Acquisition, the federal grant will help the School of Education’s language and literacy education graduate certificate program provide students and teachers with development opportunities that increase their knowledge, confidence and skills in language, literacy and content instruction for English learners.

Seawolf Weekly on summer hiatus until August

Seawolf Weekly will be on summer hiatus following the July 13 issue. The newsletter will resume Wednesday, Aug. 24, ahead of Convocation, Campus Kickoff and the first day of fall instruction. Contact the University Relations team at uaa_news@alaska.edu with any questions, feedback or suggestions.

July Archive