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Seawolf Weekly for June 25, 2014


University of Alaska Anchorage
Seawolf Weekly  
June 25, 2014

A UAA marriage steeped in a love of cars

Sometimes you meet two people who just seem to belong together. That would be true for Shawn and Heather Heusser, members of the UAA community who came together over a mutual love of cars, some of which actually run.


Student Spotlight: Cody Gibson

Cody Gibson has a big job ahead of him—mapping the ocean floor. It'll take boats, airplanes, helicopters, lasers, a lot more hands on deck and probably decades. That's some job security for a geomatics scholar.


Saving money, reducing waste: a new kind of drinking fountain

Since the first install six months ago, hydration stations across campus have saved more than 57,000 plastic bottles from landfills. Read more about the new fountains and the amazing plumber working to install them.


Is Alaska ready to reform schools that don’t work well for students?

Professor Diane Hirshberg has spent her academic career trying to understand what works in schools, what doesn't, and why. "We know something very different has to be done." Read more about proposed reforms.


View UAA Calendars

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus – Young Men’s Ensemble
Wednesday, June 25, 7–9 p.m.
Fine Arts Building, Room 150

Scott Goldsmith presents workshop on model used for oil tax analysis (RSVP requested)
Friday, June 27, 2–4 p.m.
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307

CBPP presents “A Statistician Looks at Big Data”
Tuesday, July 1, 4–5 p.m.
Rasmuson Hall, Room 101


More podcasts...

Mark Trahant opens Atwood Lecture town hall with remarks on journalism in the digital age

Paul Rahe on 'Thucydides on Athens and Sparta: Domestic Regimes and the Conduct of Foreign Policy

Healthy Minds Conversation with the Chancellor and Provost



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