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Sober Seawolves: Recovery Support

Sober Seawolves is a student-organized recovery support group and follows an all-recovery model. It is open to anyone in or working towards recovery and different pathways of recovery are supported.

SVA at UAA Guest Speaker

An opportunity to engage with a veteran readiness and employment Regional Director. Lunch Provided.

Free CBPP Summer Academies for Middle and High School Students

The College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) has announced 2023 summer academies from May 31-June 8, with options for middle school and high school students.

National Park Service Internship Opportunity

PWSC Internship Program: We are excited to announce the fourth year of an internship program in partnership with the National Park Service and PWSC!

Climate Change Conference at UAA

The UAA Combat Climate Change Club (C4) is hosting a WorldWide Teach-In on Climate and Justice on March 29, 2023 in CPISB 120 at 3 p.m.

Alumni of Distinction: Kenneth McCoy

Kenneth McCoy

Justice alumnus and 2022 Alumni of Achievement Kenneth McCoy is the division chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at Providence. In his role, McCoy promotes culturally-competent patient-centered care across the organization in Alaska and Puget Sound. Before joining Providence in 2022, he retired from a 27-year career with the Anchorage Police Department, starting at the patrol level before culminating as chief of police.

Alumni of Distinction: Maggie Winston

Maggie Winston

Psychology alumna and 2022 Alumni Humanitarian Maggie Winston is the director of independent living programs at Independent Living Center. When she was 21, Winston was diagnosed with idiopathic transverse myelitis, leaving her without the use of her arms and legs. Since then, she has become a fierce advocate for expanding services for people with disabilities through her work on boards, councils and nonprofits.

Alumni of Distinction: Marie-Sophie Boggasch

Marie-Sophie Boggasch

Aviation alumna and 2022 Alumni Emerging Leader Marie-Sophie Boggasch is the women’s gymnastics head coach at UAA. Originally from Germany, she came to Anchorage in 2012 when she was recruited as a student-athlete. After graduating and working in the aviation industry, Boggasch returned to UAA as a gymnastics coach. During that time, she helped lead fundraising efforts to save Seawolf gymnastics from elimination, raising more than $900,000.

Submit Essays for the Department of Writing's Celebration of Writing

The Department of Writing is holding its annual Celebration of Writing, and invites students who have taken a GER WRTG course during Summer 2022, Fall 2022, or Spring 2023 to submit their essays by April 7th for a chance to win prizes and read in our spring celebration on April 26th.

Office of the Registrar Hosts Brown Bag

We are nearing the end of the Spring 2023 semester. Help make sure your students are on the right track for success by attending this Change of Grade & Academic Reinstatement Brown Bag session hosted by the Office of the Registrar.

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