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MLK Student Appreciation with Keynote Speaker Fredrika Newton
Join us in the Wendy Williamson Auditorium on Thursday, Feb. 2, from 7-8:30 p.m., as we honor students recommended by UAA faculty and staff for making positive contributions to their community and to celebrate the ideals of Dr. King. This event features keynote speaker Fredrika Newton.
College of Engineering Night at the Game
Saturday, Feb. 4, the Seawolf Basketball teams will play a doubleheader during College of Engineering Night presented by ConocoPhillips.
Become a UAA McNair Scholar: Change Your Life! Support for graduate school
First-generation and under-represented students learn how to receive stipends, travel funds, free tutoring, faculty mentoring, research opportunities and more to achieve your dream of graduate school by becoming a McNair Scholar.
The Division of Population Health Sciences is hiring an Academic/administrative specialist!
The Division of Population Health Sciences (DPHS) is hiring an Academic/administrative specialist! Please click the link below to learn more. We hope you'll consider joining us!
Register Today: February Open Forum on Intercultural Fluency
Please join the February Open Forum on Intercultural Fluency!
The University Police Department is hiring for multiple positions!
The University Police Department is hiring exceptional people for all of our positions: Police, Dispatch, Security and Administration.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Application Workshop and Info Session
The diagnostic medical sonography program is hosting an application workshop on Feb.9 and an information session on Feb. 23 for all students interested in learning more about the program.
Following in her father's ski tracks
When UAA skier Tuva Bygrave steps into her bindings at the World U23 World Championships in Whistler, B.C. later this month, she will be representing Australia, her father’s native country and the same country he represented on the world stage in the 1980s.
Mat-Su College Director Talis Colberg retiring after 13 years
Mat-Su College (MSC) Director Talis Colbert has given notice of his intent to retire in October 2023 after 13 years leading the college. Colberg will continue as director until October to allow for a search process and adequate transition to a new director in the fall 2023 semester.