The University of Alaska Board of Regents unanimously approved a proposal in September to increase the UA Scholars Award by $1,000. The UA Scholars Award, funded solely by the university through its land endowment, has not increased since it was created in 1999. The regents’ action increases the total award to $12,000, up from $11,000.
Ammonia Refrigeration Training Class—Kodiak UAF Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center – 118 Trident Way Kodiak, Alaska December 15–19, 2014 Contact: Dan Mielke, firstname.lastname@example.org This 5-day ammonia refrigeration training class is designed to introduce technicians to ammonia refrigeration system safety, theory, design, operation, and maintenance. The class runs from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each [...]
Remembering Dr. Jan Vandever. 1944-2014 Dr. Vandever was a long-term, full time mathematics faculty at our college and had only recently retired. She was an ardent fan of baseball and a very hard worker.
PALMER, ALASKA - On Friday, September 19, the University of Alaska Board of Regents formally approved naming the Valley Center for Arts and Learning as the Glenn Massay Theater. The Glenn Massay Theater name was recommended as the culmination of a lengthy process in accordance with UAA Chancellor Tom Case’s procedural letter of October 25, 2013 [...]