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In-person lectures return next month.
Faculty union, supporters make presence felt morning of two-day meeting.
The Coast Guard is always seeking new talent for its officer corps.
The master’s degree is purpose built for this most-maritime of states.
The university and United Academics have recently been engaged in federal mediation.
UA President: Infrastructure jobs are coming, Alaskans could fill them.
‘Getting people through the pipeline.’
After shedding interim label, she’s the first woman to hold the post.
Supreme Court to weigh in.
Scholarships and public health.
UAS loses out on roof repair.
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.