Seawolf Advisory!

This morning, our Facilities and Campus Services team was made aware of a pothole that shut down the westbound lanes of Northern Lights Boulevard between UAA Drive and Career Center Drive. It has since been upgraded to a sinkhole, and the lanes will remain closed for an undetermined amount of time while crews repair the damage. We anticipate the closure will extend through the week.

Finals week is a very stressful time for students. Students, please know that your professors have been made aware of the situation. Please communicate with them any delays you may experience due to this issue. We know this is an unexpected traffic challenge. Please take a deep breath. We want you to have a smooth and safe finals week.

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University of Alaska Anchorage
Cuddy Hall
3400 Seawolf Drive 
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
 
Telephone: (907) 786-1487
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  • Dr. Anne Bridges
    Anne Bridges

    Anne Bridges

    Professor
    abridges2@uaa.alaska.edu
    786-1404
    Cuddy 121

    麻将游戏赚钱Dr. Anne Bridges, joined UAA in 2000. Her five degrees were earned at universities in Great Britain and are in nutrition, dietetics, food science & education. Anne Bridges has extensive teaching experience on both sides of the Atlantic and currently teaches courses in Nutrition; Sanitation: The Hospitality Industry: Careers, Trends & Practices; Foodservice Internship: and Current Topics in Food & Hospitality.

  • Riza Brown
    Riza Brown

    Riza Brown

    Assistant Professor
    rlparsons@alaska.edu
    786-1290
    Cuddy 109

    Riza Brown holds an AAS in Culinary Arts and a BA in Journalism from UAA. Upon graduation, Professor Brown started a catering company (currently still in operation), which is invaluable experience for her Catering Management class. Her professional experience also includes working in restaurants for over 20 years in every capacity possible and food writing and restaurant reviewing for the Anchorage Daily News, F Magazine, 61 Degrees North and various other publications. Besides Catering Management, Professor Brown teaches Quantity Purchasing, Hospitality Concept and Design, Beverage Management, Hospitality and various culinary workshops. She is a faculty advisor for the Culinary Club and is an advocate for community through culinary togetherness.

  • Chef Naomi Everett, Department  Chair
    Naomi Everett

    Naomi Everett

    Interim Chair, Advisor, Associate Professor
    neverett@alaska.edu
    786-4728
    Cuddy 129

    Chef Naomi Everett is an alumna of the University of Alaska with an MS in Career & Technical Education, BA in Hospitality and Restaurant Management, and an AAS in Culinary Arts. She has enjoyed a diverse career in the culinary arts and hospitality field over the last 20 years in the state of Alaska and beyond, working as an executive chef, restaurant manager, caterer, remote camp cook, international liaison, consultant, nonprofit volunteer, and professor. She considers her position as the Interim Chair of The division a unique honor and a privilege in which to serve her community.

  • Dr. Amy Green
    Amy Green

    Dr. Amy Green

    Professor
    amgreen5@uaa.alaska.edu
    786-6480
    麻将游戏赚钱SMH 116A

    Dr. Amy Green joined the program in 2005. She has managed hotels and restaurants in New Orleans, South Florida and San Francisco. Dr. Green has a bachelor’s degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Northern Arizona University, a master’s degree in education from Alaska Pacific University and a doctorate degree in education from Walden University, with an emphasis in instructional technology. Dr. Green has taught a variety of courses including front of house dining room management, foodservice management, bar and beverage management, hospitality concept design and development, commercial food purchasing and hotel management. Dr. Green is also the coordinator for the American Culinary Federation accreditation efforts and assists with program service and fundraisers.

  • Chef Kellie Puff
    Kellie Puff

    Chef Kellie Puff, CWPC

    Assistant Professor
    kjpuff@alaska.edu
    786-1492
    Cuddy 123

    Chef Kellie Puff joined the program in 2018. She holds an AAS in Culinary Arts (2002) and a BA Hospitality and Restaurant Management (2013) from UAA. Chef has 10 years teaching experience from ASD’s King Tech Culinary Arts Program as well as many years working in restaurants around Anchorage. She is a member of the American Culinary Federation and holds a certification through them as a Certified Working Pastry Chef. She enjoys mentoring students for baking competitions and making delicious pastries for all to enjoy!

  • Whitney Flores, Academic  Advisor
     Whitney Flores

    Whitney Flores

    Student Success Coach
    wdlowell@alaska.edu
    786-1409
    麻将游戏赚钱Cuddy 110

    麻将游戏赚钱Whitney Flores is the Student Success Coach for Culinary Arts & Hospitality Administration. She is a UAA alumna, earning her Bachelor of Science in Environment and Society with a minor in Nutrition. She spent five years working in the Division of Social Sciences and comes to us with university knowledge and a passion for helping students succeed through their degree programs. She is a staff advisor for the Culinary Club and advocates for creating a sense of place through food. Whitney loves all things that are food related and is thrilled to be part of the team!

  • Sarah Rowley, Program  Assistant
     Sarah Rowley

    Sarah Rowley

    Program Assistant
    sjrowley@alaska.edu
    786-1487
    麻将游戏赚钱Cuddy 108

    麻将游戏赚钱Sarah Rowley is the Program Assistant for Culinary Arts & Hospitality Administration.  She started in October 2018 and has previously worked for UAA from 2002-2010.  She enjoys baking, reading, and spending time with her kids.