With the Weidner Property Management and Real Estate Program (plus vast industry connections and a deep pool of academic and travel awards), UAA is among a handful of universities nationwide preparing graduates for an in-demand management career.
Turkish food plays an important role in the life of UAA sociology professor Zeynep Kılıç. Her "Tables of Istanbul" — a film exploring food, culture and identity in the melting-pot metropolis of Istanbul — will be shown in Anchorage's Wildberry Theater on March 25.
Four professors from Jilin University in China are visiting UAA to learn more about their respective fields of experimental economics, logistics and finance, and launch collaborations that could help both universities.
Want to find friendships, community and opportunities to engage as a leader or volunteer? UAA's Greek Life offers an antidote to those yearning to break the 'commuter campus' stereotype and infuse more meaning into their college experience.
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