Haven training now mandatory for all students, staff and faculty

October 30, 20160

On Oct. 20, the Chancellor’s office emailed the UAA community about a new mandatory sexual discrimination training called Haven. The…

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Bill Spindle moves on after 17 years at UAA

October 17, 20160

Bill Spindle, the Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services for UAA, is leaving the school after 17 years. Bill has spent…

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Are Cameras Making Police and Civilians More Accountable?

May 23, 20150

Most of us have had the experience of whipping out our smartphones to capture an “out-of-the-ordinary” event in public to…

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UAA bids farewell to beloved ‘gentleman’ professor

April 29, 20150

As soon as this semester ends, Professor of English Clay Nunnally is retiring after 45 years at UAA. Nunally is…

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New Provost Samuel Gingerich steps up to UAA’s financial issues

March 24, 20150

For the past several months, UAA has been searching for a new provost. A national search process identified four candidates…

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University of Alaska president search underway

March 5, 20150

The University of Alaska system is seeking a new president, following current president Pat Gamble’s resignation announcement Dec. 15. The…

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Highly Anticipated ‘Prioritization’ report released, Music Program faces uncertainty.

February 11, 20150

The University of Alaska Anchorage released its latest program prioritization report Feb. 3. UAA Chancellor Tom Case and his cabinet…

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Search for provost coming to a close

February 2, 20150

The search committee for UAA’s new provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs is coming to a close. In Dec.…

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UA system faces budget cuts from Governor

February 2, 20150

On January 22, Governor Bill Walker unveiled new operating and capital budgets to the public and submitted them to the…

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UAA Chancellor Case appoints interim provost

November 11, 20140

UAA Chancellor Tom Case has appointed Samuel Gingerich to serve as interim provost for UAA until a fulltime provost is…

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Prioritization plods forward

January 21, 20140

First, take the over 300 programs and 200 or so functions that constitute UAA and have staff and faculty describe…

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USUAA hosts 5th annual Legislative Luncheon

November 26, 20130

USUAA and Alaska state legislators persevered through a handsome ice storm to sit down for lunch Friday afternoon in the…

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Student debaters discuss smoke-free UAA campus

November 12, 20131

As part of Engage Week, UAA’s Smoke-Free Task Force, Seawolf Debate, the Journalism and Public Communications Department, and the Department…

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Prioritization: a review under review

November 5, 20130

Faculty and administration are working to iron out the kinks in the juggernaut that is prioritization. Many details of the…

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