January 2024 Archive

Job Opening: Retention Coordinator/Program Assistant

Seeking a full-time (12 month) Recruitment Coordinator/Program Assistant to help run UAA’s TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program.

BIPOC Connect on Tuesday!

Kick off the spring 2024 semester with a social event that centers Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)! All are welcome to join us - enjoy music by Sari Sari Band, free food from Hula Hands restaurant and opportunities to mingle with new and familiar friends!

Register for FERPA Data Security and Incident Response training

FERPA Data Security and Incident Response training with the Department of Education will be held on Feb. 20, 2024, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on the UAA campus at the Consortium Library, Room 307 (3211 Providence Drive).

The Bakery Cart Opens Jan. 25

It's that time of the semester you've all been waiting for! The Bakery Cart is opening on Jan. 25.

CoEng Student Club Showcase

College of Engineering Student Club Showcase: Meet many like-minded people, eat all the free food, bring a friend, join a club, network with alumni.

Alaska EPSCoR Student Travel Awards for the Kachemak Bay Science Conference

Alaska EPSCoR is offering student travel awards to attend the Kachemak Bay Science Conference, which will take place in Homer, Alaska March 17-20, 2024. Awards of up to $2,000 are available for University of Alaska students who wish to attend and present on their research.

HS 690: the challenge of health misinformation in the 21st century

Media literacy is foundational for all professionals, especially those working in health science sectors. We rely daily on quality information, peer-reviewed science-based evidence, and our own training and expertise to inform our specialty practice areas.

Kaladi Brothers Open on Fridays

Kaladi Brothers Coffee next to the library is now open from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. For more information about hours of operation please visit the Seawolf Dining website.

Slideshow: First annual Alaska Native Values in Modern Governance gathering

First annual Alaska Native Values in Modern Governance gathering

On Jan. 11 and 12, UAA held the first annual Alaska Native Values in Modern Governance gathering. Hosted by the College of Business and Public Policy and College of Arts and Sciences, the two-day inaugural training event featured 28 sessions delivered by 21 speakers hailing from Alaska Native corporations, nonprofits and village and tribal councils.

Help lead the SOE's growth as our new Senior Operations Manager

Have you heard the great news? With a new location and Literacy Lounge in the Professional Studies Building, Early Childhood Education programs that lead to licensure, and new graduate certificates on the way, the School of Education is growing!

January Archive