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University of Alaska Anchorage’s teaching programs lose accreditation
The university is not allowed to recommend students to the state for licensure without accreditation.
Alaska Chamber announces new vice president
His roles include advocacy and legislative issues.
Alaska’s teachers are leaving at much higher than the national average. Here’s what’s being done about it.
Alaska has a teacher problem.
Magazine lists UAS marine biology program among nation’s best
It came in at No. 8.
University of Alaska bosses ask for more money from Alaska Legislature
Money could result in more competitive salaries.
Invasive invertebrate discovered near Ketchikan
They’re called sea lace, moss animals and Bugula neritina to scientists — and they’re not supposed to be here. But they are here, scientists say.… Continue reading
Opinion: The coming of age of Alaska’s 529 College Savings Plan
The significance of owning a college savings plan account for a child cannot be understated.
Tooth collections offer clues about walrus reproduction
I never thought I’d have a tray of walrus ovaries on my desk. Earlier this summer, I planned an interview to learn about a student… Continue reading
‘Running a tight ship’: University hopes to again prove worthy of a bump from state
The University of Alaska Board of Regents is meeting in Juneau this week.
New UA College of Education ready for first year
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
Auke Bay lab set to be demolished this fall
UAS will build new facility to house natural sciences building, aiming for 2020 completion.
University of Alaska president says he is proud and confident yet concerned about system
In his annual “State of the University” address, University of Alaska president Jim Johnsen urged Alaskans to support increases in funding for the university system… Continue reading
University of Alaska president to deliver ‘state of the university’ address
University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen will deliver a “State of the University” speech noon Tuesday at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The speech will… Continue reading
University of Alaska Board of Regents to hold public testimony session
The University of Alaska Board of Regents has scheduled a call-in session of public testimony for Alaskans who want to talk about university issues with… Continue reading
University regents will request more cash from Legislature
The leaders of the University of Alaska are expected to ask the Alaska Legislature for a 7.7 percent budget increase this week. The UA Board… Continue reading
UA takes public comment on proposal to change mine training program
If you have thoughts about the future of mine training at the University of Alaska Southeast, the University of Alaska Board of Regents wants to… Continue reading
University regents to talk tuition hike, Title IX
The leaders of the University of Alaska are coming to Juneau with tuition increases and plenty else on their minds. The UA Board of Regents… Continue reading
‘Death by a thousand cuts’: University bracing for the worst
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
UA settles federal investigation into its handling of sexual assaults
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