UAS conducts convocation ceremonies before each fall semester. Convocation, meaning an assembly of university members, is used to promote collaboration between faculty and staff at the university. It also serves to welcome new faculty and introduce them to UAS policy and operating procedures.
Prior to the beginning of each fall and spring semester, UAS conducts formal orientations for adjunct faculty at each campus. These sessions are focused on giving adjunct faculty relevant information they need to succeed as instructors, including orienting them to available administrative, technological, and other resources.
UAS’ Fall convocation was held August 19-20, 2014 on the Juneau Auke Lake campus. Events included presentations by the Chancellor, Provost, and Faculty Senate President. School and department meetings were also held, as well as faculty and staff general assemblies, and opportunities for professional development. This year's agenda included Title IX training for all UAS faculty. Click here for most recent agenda.
The last Adjunct Orientation was held for Thursday, August 21st on the Juneau Campus. Click here for the most recent agenda.
- Fall 2014 Convocation
- Fall 2013 Convocation
- Fall 2012 Convocation
- Fall 2011 Convocation
- Spring 2011 Convocation
- Fall 2010 Convocation
- Spring 2010 Convocation
- Fall 2009 Convocation
- Spring 2009 Convocation
Adjunct Orientation Agendas
2014 UAS Convocation Packet
Below are the links to Convocation Packet Handouts.
Adjunct Orientation Handouts
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We’re interested in feedback from all faculty about the UAS Fall Convocation—its organization, scheduling, and value to you professionally.
Your response to this questionnaire will help the Faculty Senate President and Provost as they plan future Convocations. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey. It is voluntary and it is completely anonymous. That said, your feedback will be most useful.
To fill out the survey, click here.