January 2023 Archive

More Facts About Stalking

Understanding what stalking is and how it occurs can help us recognize and stop the behavior. Here are more facts from the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, & Resource Center (SPARC)

CAS Dean's Office hiring Administrative Assistant

The College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a team-oriented individual to join the Dean’s Office.

Staff Alliance offers professional development support

Staff Alliance is offering support for staff professional development activities that directly support their career or professional development in FY23.

Alaska Native Gathering Place — Public Input

UAA is developing an Alaska Native Gathering Place — please provide input on the idea, design and vision. Door prizes and refreshments provided. Wednesday, Feb. 1 from 5-6:30 p.m. on first floor of the Social Sciences Building by the Kaladi's cafe

The Bakery Cart Opens Thursday, Jan. 26!

It's your favorite time of year! The Bakery Cart opens Thursday, Jan. 26. The cart's operating hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 26-March 9.

2023 Business Plan Competition will award $17,000

The College of Business and Public Policy announces the following award categories and amounts for its 2023 Business Plan Competition.

Student Dental Days

Every Monday from Feb. 6 until April 24, students can receive discounted cleanings for $45-$65 at the UAA Dental Clinic. Students must have a valid Wolfcard ID and currently be registered for the Spring 2023 semester.

Arctic Tracks: Pathways to Arctic Careers

Join the UAA Institute of Social and Economic Research and the U.S. Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee for a panel discussion on Arctic research career pathways.

CALL FOR ART: My Little Black Dress Doesn't Mean Yes Event

My Little Black Dress Doesn't Mean Yes (The Way I Dress Isn't Consent) is an event that will be held Feb. 22. The Health Promotion Team is looking for logo submissions for the event, submissions will be judged by a panel and the winner will receive a $100 prize! Art submissions are due Feb.13

Podcast: Mobile Crisis Team and the future of mental health response

Jennifer Pierce and Michael Riley

In this episode of Seawolf Voices, clinical psychology alumna Jennifer Pierce and fire service administration alumnus Michael Riley of the Anchorage Mobile Crisis Team talk about their respective backgrounds as a police officer and firefighter, what sets their program apart from other emergency first responders, and how they hope the program will continue to grow.

January Archive