While mistaken money transfers or purchases can be handled by a phone call to the bank, it's not the same case for using cryptocurrency.
Logan Paul apologizes for footage of his trip to Japan showing dead body
“This degree is perfect for a certain population of students,” Brekke said. “If you are an associate's degree student and you want to get your leadership skills without losing all the credits towards your major, this is the perfect degree.”
“We don’t want to, just every year, have people do exactly the same thing, exactly the same training,” Kamahele said.
The 2020 initiative is replacing UAA 2017, the university’s previous 10-year plan.
Bat research in Alaska has only started gaining traction within the last decade or so and biologists are working to gather even the most...
Jim Johnsen, president of the University of Alaska, has spoken about increasing philanthropy to the university to offset declining contributions from the State of Alaska. In the fall of 2013, UA had a general fund allocation of over $376.7 million. This fall, the fund allocation was roughly $317 million.
The Quality of Life Survey of students living in the UAA residence halls and apartments for the fall semester was conducted and showed positive...
Re: Erick Almandinger and David Grunwald, Senator Al Franken of Minnesota and Dec. 7 legalization of same-sex marriage in Australia.
Alaska Occupational Safety and Health recently began its second inspection of workplace safety at UAA this year, following up on initial citations for a serious and other-than-serious violation. UAA is contesting one of them.
The four major roads the People Mover travels on have reduced wait times to 15 minutes. However, for some students at UAA, the changes have negatively affected how they get around Anchorage.
Last month, UAA signed a partnership agreement with the National University of Mongolia. This agreement will open doorways to collaborative research and faculty and student...
As of Dec. 2, 71 confirmed and 15 probable cases have been identified in Alaska. Since all confirmed and probable cases were either residents of or spent extensive time in Anchorage, the outbreak has been limited to the city so far.
The Consortium Library surveys stakeholders at the university every three years by asking about users’ minimum, perceived and desired levels of service.
The impact on graduate and doctoral students who are currently benefiting from tuition waivers could be severe.
A number of renewals were delayed and thus rejected by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, but the agency will be reconsidering some applications
The soup kitchen, which now exclusively operates as such, seeks an insurer that will meet the organization's needs.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai announced his proposal in November to roll back Obama-era regulations
The Board of Regents approved an extension to UA President Jim Johnsen's employment contract through Aug. 10, 2022.
The increase would bring Student Assistant A, the lowest wage level, to the state minimum wage of $9.80, which was effective January of this year.
From the fall of 2005 to the fall of 2019, tuition rates for lower-division courses (100-200) will have increased 104.5 percent.
Nine new solar panels have been added to the roof of the Administrative and Humanities Building
The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.
It’s not just women that have spoken out; several men have come forward with stories of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior by Kevin Spacey, the now former "House of Cards" actor.
“We are at a global crossroads here in Anchorage, so whether we want to or not, we're part of the wider world. So having greater opportunities to get our students out into that is definitely a good thing,” Paul Dunscomb, chair of the history department, said.
“Blackboard has always been a kind of a sticky wicket… even when I was a grad student. But this fall semester has been really trying,” Howard said.
“Alaska’s rates of child sexual abuse are six times higher than those of the Lower 48. Statistically, once someone is harmed by sexual violence, they are more likely to be harmed repeated times,” Olson said.
Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich says the posters were part of "a movement occurring at high schools and universities nationwide designed to create racial tension and division with the express goal of eliciting media coverage."
Faculty are currently divided on whether or not to unionize.
Mandatory training not fully completed across UA system