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Begins in June.
Alaska’s system for higher education.
After a chaotic year, stability seems to have returned, and leaders are optimistic.
Excited for the job.
Her last day is early next year.
$10,000 in yearly scholarship will be available.
Grant-funded effort offers a detailed look at where Alaska’s most at-risk populations live.
Masks a must.
Meetings scheduled for this and next week.
An interim president will be named no later than July 15.
Petition says he has “failed in all areas that matter to the academic mission.”
Says calling remains in Alaska.
Just a study, not a decision.
Still no single-accreditation system.
People called in to testify.
Top University of Alaska administrators, including President Jim Johnsen, will be subject to mandatory furloughs to help address budget issues, the system announced Wednesday. The… Continue reading
You can livestream the meeting.
A former lieutenant governor candidate is among them.
Regents frustrated with the setback.
The university is not allowed to recommend students to the state for licensure without accreditation.