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New chancellor reports 4% increase in overall enrollment, 87% increase in Indigenous programs.
Aparna Palmer shared her goals with the Greater Juneau Chamber of Commerce.
Indigenous students were honored in annual Native Graduation Celebration.
Incoming chancellor talks workforce development, fiscal sustainability and student access
Aparna Dileep-Nageswaran Palmer is expected to begin the role in July
The position is set to begin July 1, following the retirement of the university’s current chancellor
Control of hospital and airport, public communication, coordination with tribes cited as key assets
University of Alaska Southeast biologist was lead author on the paper
New program could put driver shortage in the rear-view mirror.
United Academics certified the ratification vote results Monday.
‘I’m not quite sure what we’re going to do now that he’s gone’: Residents celebrate the life of former UAS professor Sol Neely
“He was a mentor, he was a friend, he taught me so much…”
Chancellors praise campus anti-discrimination programs, but board member calls changes “insidious”
Board members hear about revitalized students, demoralized staff at first Juneau meeting since 2018
Faculty union, supporters make presence felt morning of two-day meeting.
Current chancellor is set to retire in late June after serving three years in the position.
For many returning students, it also marks the first day back after the news of loan forgiveness
However, newly enrolled and transfer students are up 40%.
UAS loses out on roof repair.
Volunteers led by UAS researchers dissect whale near Sitka.
Use the stars to find your way.