The Alaska Department of Natural Resources is partnering with the UAA College of Engineering on a Global Navigation Satellite Systems reference station to enhance services statewide, such as mapping and the guidance of connected vehicles.
An agreement with the US Department of the Interior streamlines placement of Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program students in federal internships.
NMS Food and Facilities Management promoted Scott Evers, a certified executive chef, to the position of Director of Operations, Education.
As part of deep cuts to academic programs, UAA stopped offering a bachelor’s degree in theater. This year, the last student enrolled in the program is graduating, leaving future prospective students and the performing arts community to wonder how local performing arts talent can be developed.
Four years after losing Wells Fargo as a name sponsor, UAA is putting a new name on the Seawolf Sports Complex, thanks to a million-dollar deal with Avis Alaska.
The founder of an Anchorage aerospace firm is lending his business acumen to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Two exceptional Alaskans are being inducted into the Alaska Innovators Hall of Fame this year: LeeAnn Munk and Mary Beth Leigh.
How can Alaska businesses realize value by integrating sustainability into everything they do? Author, thought leader, and global ESG consultant Kevin Wilhelm will share his insights and inspiration during an in-person presentation at UAA on March 30 at 5:30 pm.
The UAA College of Business and Public Policy is taking entries for its 2023 Business Plan Competition through February 17, with finalists pitching to investors in April.
The Alaska Small Business Development Center will direct a pool of federal cash toward private sector lenders to support entrepreneurs.