How to protect your computer from WannaCry ransomware
Last Updated ( May 23, 2017 )

You’ve no doubt heard about the WannaCry ransomware spreading across the globe. There have been no attacks on UAA systems or computers, but due to the lingering risk, IT Services is taking precautionary steps.

  
For sale: Rubber stamps, scrapbooking supplies and collectible 1930s witch costume
Last Updated ( May 23, 2017 )

House mouse rubber stamps in sizes small, medium and large; plus appropriate caption stamps. Prices vary from $2 – $10 depending on the size. All in brand new condition. Also an assortment of Close to my Heart rubber stamps and […]

  
Temporary Finance and Asset Management Opportunity
Last Updated ( May 23, 2017 )

UAA General Support Services is recruiting for a full-time, temporary administrative/clerical position. This is an ideal opportunity for an individual with a background in accounting or other fiscal/detail-oriented field to interact with various university departments, learn administrative asset management processes, […]

  
Room for rent in Midtown
Last Updated ( May 23, 2017 )

Room for rent in Midtown, near Tudor and the New Seward. It’s a 1,200 square-foot ranch home, with a big yard and deck. Located on a dead end street, great Midtown access. Rental is a small bedroom with a closet, […]

  
May 22, 2017: Lemonade Day at College Gate
Last Updated ( May 22, 2017 )

The UAA Business Enterprise Institute and UA Center for Economic Development encourage the UAA community to support our state’s young entrepreneurs. Students at College Gate Elementary will be selling lemonade from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, May 22.

  
Understand how things impact the bottom line with ‘Finance for Non-Financial People’ training June 9
Last Updated ( May 23, 2017 )

Join us June 9 and learn how to analyze and interpret financial statements, as well as the language associated with financial data.

  
Summer construction and maintenance projects to impact campus
Last Updated ( May 18, 2017 )

Construction season is underway in Alaska, and the UAA campus is no exception. Several upcoming projects will impact campus and the surrounding areas.

  
Board of Regents to hear public testimony May 22, 2017
Last Updated ( May 22, 2017 )

Public testimony will no longer be held during meetings of the full UA Board of Regents; instead, public testimony will be held prior to each regular scheduled full board meeting and will be held via statewide audio conference. In advance […]

  
For sale: Two couches and one bed
Last Updated ( May 18, 2017 )

Selling two couches and one bed. See ad for prices and pictures: https://anchorage.craigslist.org/fuo/6137355910.html

  
May 22, 2017: Ishmael Hope presents his new poetry collection, ‘Rock Piles Along the Eddy’
Last Updated ( May 22, 2017 )

The UAA Campus Bookstore actively organizes free events to promote expression and engaged discussion. See the schedule below to learn what’s happening this May. For more information, visit the UAA Campus Bookstore website or contact Rachel Epstein at (907) 786-4782 […]