Engineers in Africa
UAA student Engineers Without Borders visit Cameroon to build, assist and adapt on the equator.
New software could offer feedback to music students that compares to what a human teacher can deliver.
Discipline and focus
Ellen paid her own college tuition and decided to become a doctor after working as a medical scribe in a local hospital ER.
Students turned theory into reality when they were tasked with developing building-design concepts for a local organization.
Titles and attraction
Matthew presented his paper, ‘Does This Title Make Me Look Sexy? Gender Differences in Attraction,’ at Student Showcase 2014.
Mat-Su hosts Kids2College April 18
UAA wins bid to host 2015 US Universities Debating Championship
UAA currently in top two percent of all NCAA Div. II programs
Lemonade Day Alaska grooms 4,000 of the state’s future leaders
Chelimo grabs fourth national title
Alaska WWAMI director on KSKA to discuss metal-on-metal hip implants
Tickets on sale now to follow UAA at GNAC Basketball Tourneys
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