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It’s mid-morning at an oxbow on the Mendenhall River, and signs of change are all around. A handful of spruce trees, felled by river erosion,… Continue reading
Sean Anderson, Ph.D., thinks universities should be doing business differently. Undergraduate science students should be in the field collecting data for long-term research projects, not… Continue reading
At a local job site in Lemon Creek, university and high school students are laying a foundation for their careers by learning carpentry skills. Their… Continue reading
University of Alaska Southeast senior Mollie Dwyer is the latest recipient of the $2,000 UAS Coeur Alaska-Kensington Gold Mine Environmental Science Award, which also recently… Continue reading
The University of Alaska Board of Regents is meeting in Juneau this week.
School’s back in session and so is Evening at Egan.
The Alaska celebration of artists and art is in Fairbanks for the first time, but it will have a big Juneau connection. Ernestine Hayes, Alaska… Continue reading
Already a well known name in Southeast Alaska and in Alaska Native artwork, Tlingit Master Carver Wayne Price is preparing to pass on his knowledge… Continue reading
The University of Alaska Southeast starts classes on Aug. 27, and this will be the first year of a new Alaska College of Education. For… Continue reading
Ever thought that college wasn’t for you? I have. I come from a quaint little farming town in the Midwest — you know the one… Continue reading
UAS will build new facility to house natural sciences building, aiming for 2020 completion.
Morgan Johnson stood next to a small red flag behind the University of Alaska Southeast’s freshman dormitory on Friday. The UAS senior pointed out the… Continue reading
The University of Alaska Southeast hosts its seventh annual Campus Kickoff, 3-5 p.m. Friday in the Mourant Courtyard. The kickoff will include games, music, food,… Continue reading
Students will pay higher tuition. There will be fewer classes and fewer professors. Campus buildings will be shut down, sold or leased. If the Alaska… Continue reading
In 2013, a University of Alaska student was found in a dorm. She was drunk, unconscious and wrapped in a blanket with her clothing partially… Continue reading