Theme for this session: Looking back and reflecting on the semester Don’t miss the last fall semester session of Adjunct U, the Faculty Development & Instructional Support success series specifically designed for part-time faculty.
Job Opening: Dental Clinic Administrative Assistant
Do you enjoy working with people? Do you have a bent towards organization and logistics? The School of Preventive and Therapeutic Sciences is seeking applications for our Dental Clinic Front Desk Administrative Assistant. A successful applicant will enjoy being part of a team, dependable, reliable, detail oriented and possess strong customer service skills.
Sanaa Siddiqi Capstone Presentation
On Thursday, Dec. 14 at 8:30 a.m., Sanaa Siddiqi (candidate, MS Biological Sciences) will share her capstone presentation via Zoom. The title, description and link are below.
1th Annual AKNS Undergraduate Research Symposium
Undergraduate students will present on a variety of topics that reflect the Alaska Native Studies curriculum and focus. Topics range from Indigenous math systems, art as healing practices, and Alaska Native languages.
UA Procurement & Contract Services closed on Dec. 7
UA Procurement & Contract Services will be closed on Dec. 7, 2023 to facilitate a staff retreat in Anchorage. A meet and greet will be held from 3-5 p.m. in the Lyla Richard Conference Room - watch for that announcement!
Procurement & Contract Services "Meet Your Procurement Officer" Event
Procurement & Contract Services staff will be hosting a meet & greet with the contracting officers on Dec. 7, 2023 from 3-5 p.m. in the Lyla Richard Conference Room. Please join us and bring any questions or suggestions you may have. Light snacks will be provided.
The Library is open until late nights for finals!
Starting Wednesday, Dec. 6, the Consortium Library will be open extended hours for study days through Friday, Dec. 15. Keep up with our Hours Page.
Community Engaged Faculty Minigrant applications open
CCEL faculty minigrant applications for Spring 2024 are open! This funding is available to full-time faculty for activities that develop partnerships in the community that address public issues.
Growing Alaska's research community
UAA alumna and associate professor Holly Martinson hopes the new Biomed U-RISE program "lights a fire" in Alaska's research community by empowering undergraduate students with lab experience, mentorship and financial assistance. Martinson and co-PI, Professor Tracey Burke, welcomed the first cohort this academic year and will soon open applications for cohort two.
Podcast: Directing Native Student Services and the delicate balancing act of parental encouragement
In this episode of Seawolf Voices, business alumnus and Native Student Services director Jason Hotch talks about transitioning from working in business to education, resisting the need to rush things unless you absolutely want to, and making education more equitable for everyone.