Chugachmiut is a rapidly growing501(3)c Non-profit, Alaska NativeRegional Tribal Consortium. There are opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to make up to $25/hour based on a variety of interest areas such as forestry, wildfire, drone pilot work and GIS.
Hiring Interns Interested in Machine Learning and AI
The College of Engineering and College of Business and Public Policy is hiring interns for the spring and summer semesters. This internship offers opportunities to gain hands-on experience: testing scientific hypotheses using data acquired from drones and processed with machine learning, learning techniques in machine learning, artificial intelligence, data analytics, geospatial science, natural resources, and image processing and developing software systems.
Scholarships available for Integrated Pest Management Class
Free for 10 students! This class will help gardeners learn the principles of Integrated Pest Management, an approach to managing insects, disease, and other garden “pests” through structural, biological, mechanical, and chemical practices. The aim of IPM is to protect ecosystem health, including our own, by making wise choices for pest management and control.
Kaltura changes are happening on December 21, which will upgrade the LMS integrations for Bb Learn and Canvas as well as upgrade the player to the V7 player. The integration updates provide more robust security.
Winter Teaching Academy
Registration for the Winter Teaching Academy in January is now open! This is open to all faculty, postdocs, and GTAs.
Job Opening: CTE Dual Enrollment Coordinator
The Office of Student Success at the University of Alaska Anchorage is recruiting for a full-time Student Success Professional to provide Dual Enrollment support services in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Valley, and at remote communities in Southcentral Alaska.
Job Opening- Planetarium & Visualization Theater Technician
As Alaska's largest planetarium, the University of Alaska Anchorage's Planetarium & Visualization Theater is an immersive place to explore the world around us, from the smallest microbes to the most distant galaxies.
Interprofessional Approaches to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): Best Practices in Alaska
This course will provide participants with a foundational understanding of interprofessional approaches to FASD from an Alaskan perspective. The course is organized into 7 required modules and follows the FASD Competency-Based Curriculum Development Guide for Medical and Allied Health Education and Practice from the CDC.
Job Opening: Director of Academic Advising
UAA Student Advising seeks a new Director of Academic Advising to lead a team of 8-9 academic advisors for College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education programs. This individual will join a student-first advising unit committed to critically evaluating and continuously improving advising practices for UAA's diverse student population.