UAA cancels winter sports due to COVID-19 ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The University of Alaska Anchorage announced on Friday that indoor sports will not … The University Athletic Association Presidents Council unanimously approved a resolution to cancel all formal winter sport competition for the 2020-21 season, the UAA … ... A decision the conference says was … Not all UAA events are held at our office, if you are looking for the location of a specific event please contact the UAA. The UAA College of Health's Alaska Center for Rural Health & Health Workforce (ACRH-HW) and Division of Population Health Sciences (DPHS) are working with the State of Alaska DHSS to increase the contact tracing workforce. UAA Events and Education Postponement Notice Dear Members, In light of the evolving health situation in the United States, and in an effort to follow the recommendation of federal, state and local government to minimize large group meetings, the 2020 Fair Housing Education Conference and Tradeshow will be postponed to April 14th, 2021. To comply with this restriction UAA Facilities Planning & Construction will be conducting a pre-bid conference via teleconference to be followed by a restricted walkthrough of the project site. New #Gators COVID numbers. This bill does a few things to impact the economy. “The more we do to slow down (COVID-19) transmission, the more lives we save,” said Dr. Tom Hennessy during a press conference Monday morning held by the mayor’s office. “The more we do to slow down (COVID-19) transmission, the more lives we save,” said Dr. Tom Hennessy during a news conference Monday morning held by the Anchorage mayor’s office. COVID-19 Contact Tracing. The United States of America passed a 2.2 Trillion dollar "COVID-19" relief bill on March 27, 2020. GNAC suspends fall sports due to COVID-19 leaving UAA Volleyball & Cross-Country without seasons. This bill is intended to flood the economy with money so that rent, bills, and services continue to get paid. Stay updated with the latest announcements, information, resources and maps about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Anchorage Last Tuesday, the UAA announced that 25 players had tested positive between Oct. 12 and Oct. 19. Athletic Director Scott Stricklin said in his press conference on Oct. 14 that the accurate number of positive cases at that time was 21. November 24, 2020 UAA Community News, UAA Conference Dear UAA Community, In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UAA Governing Board and Executive Office staff met recently to discuss the spring UAA conference (originally scheduled for April … Due to the COVID-19, the University of Alaska has imposed a restriction limiting group gatherings.