Members of UAA’s community make the news

August 17, 2009

Here are links to some recent coverage involving members of the UAA community:

  • How much screen time is good for kids? Should they learn multiple languages at an early age? What makes a good reading experience between parent and child? Dr. Hilary Seitz, assistant professor in Early Childhood Education in the College of Education, joined program host Dr. Thad Woodard and Abbe Hensley, executive director of Best Beginnings Alaska, to discuss these issues on Monday, Aug. 10 on KSKA’s Line One: Your Health Connection. Download the podcast here.
  • Off The Chain bike shop was launched two years ago by UAA students. Read about the progress of their effort in this story appearing Monday, Aug. 17, in the Anchorage Daily News.
  • UAA dance professor Jill Flanders Crosby‘s research following the cultural migration of dance steps from Ghana, West Africa to Cuba, a result of the slave trade, is an arts story in the Sunday, Aug. 16, Anchorage Daily News.
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