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    The UAS Juneau campus is a supportive, diverse learning community set amidst unparalleled natural beauty. Visit the Juneau campus...
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    The UAS Sitka and Ketchikan campuses offer more e-Learning credit hours than any other UA campus.
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    Known for e-Learning courses for students across Alaska and beyond. Visit the Sitka campus...
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A professor, wearer of fancy hats, food bank creator and advocate honored

Juneau Empire - Ernestine Hayes wants you to know that you have a story, and it’s a story worth hearing and that only you can tell. As a professor of English at the University of Alaska Southeast and a mentor to women at Lemon Creek Correctional Center, Hayes tries to reach out to the people who may not have a strong voice. She works closely with students of color, first-generation students, those who have grown up in poverty and those who have overcome great obstacles. ...More


UAS students crunch data for governor

Juneau Empire - University of Alaska Southeast student Katie Jo Parrott thought she had through the end of April to crunch the numbers in a stack of a few hundred surveys for Gov. Bill Walker’s administration. At the beginning of his time in office, the governor put out a survey to the public and state workers asking for feedback on how to streamline state operations. Those results were rolling in. ...More




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