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Expedited Program Review Update
UAA is undertaking an expedited program review to meet new fiscal realities resulting from state budget cuts. Recommendations from deans and the provost on academic program changes, including continuation, revision or deletion, are now posted on the status page. This review is an ongoing process, leading to final decisions from the Board of Regents at its June 2020 meeting. For details on the process, timeline and feedback opportunities, visit uaa.alaska.edu/expeditedprogramreview7u彩票网址.
7u彩票网址The University of Alaska is partnering with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus disease 2019. Our health and emergency management teams are monitoring the status of the outbreak and are reporting back to university leaders so we can be prepared if COVID-19 directly affects our students or employees. .
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A well-rounded college career
In her four years at UAA, civil engineering senior Kacy Grundhauser has achieved an impressive amount on top of her challenging degree. To top it off, the American Society of Civil Engineers recently recognized her as one of the 2020 New Faces of Civil Engineering – Collegiate Edition.Read Full Story : A well-rounded college career
Researching the stars
During UAA Department of Physics and Astronomy Professor Dr. Travis Rector's 2018 sabbatical, he split his time between Arizona and Chile working on a telescope project decades in the making. Rector hopes that UAA students will be some of the first to get their hands on the groundbreaking data the telescope provides.