Join us Wednesday, Nov. 30 as we commemorate Alaska Native and Native American Heritage Month.
November 2022 Archive
AKNS Undergraduate Research Symposium
Student presentations that focus on Alaska Native language(s), culture, politics and the Arts.
New Grant Writing Course at UAA
In Spring '23, the Department of Writing is offering a new, two-credit grant writing course. Topics to be covered include: evaluating funding opportunities, building relationships with collaborators and community partners and drafting and workshopping a grant proposal. Registration is now open.
Graduate student organizational development survey
Graduate student Carla Browning is conducting research as part of a University of Alaska Southeast Master of Public Administration capstone course, PADM 690-JD1. The research provides employees with an opportunity to share their experiences.
UAA receives $1.5M to increase social worker workforce
A $1.5 million grant to the University of Alaska Anchorage School of Social Work will significantly increase enrollment capacity, establish a pathway to licensure for graduates, add faculty and staffing, and offer continuing education to maintain clinical licenses.
Liquid earth: UAA researchers study earthquake models
By studying two sites in the Alaska Range near Tok struck by a 2002 earthquake, professor Joey Yang and graduate student Dave Eibert hope to develop new models that may help the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities better prepare for future earthquakes.
MSS End of Year Celebration
UAA Multicultural Student Services would like to celebrate the end of the semester with YOU!
Little Women opens this week
The Department of Theatre and Dance's first co-production with Perseverance Theatre, a new adaptation by Kate Hamill of Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women opens this week in the Fine Arts Building's Mainstage Theatre.