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Path to Prosperity Kicks Off Year 3
Alaska Native News - Do you or someone you know have an idea or dream to own a business? The Path To Prosperity (P2P) competition supports innovative business plan ideas in Southeast Alaska. The 2015 P2P business plan development competition is now open. [The] University of Alaska Southeast School of Management will award each of the 12 finalists a scholarship to attend one (3 credit) course of their choice at the School of Management. ...More
SHI to Sponsor Latseen Leadership Academy
Alaska Native News - Applications are now available for Sealaska Heritage Institute’s annual Latseen Leadership Academy program. This year’s academy for high school students will be held July 6-19 at the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau. The academy will serve 40 high school students from Angoon, Prince of Wales, Klukwan and Juneau. Travel scholarships are available. ...More
Stories and Science of our Transboundary Rivers
Juneau Empire - 7-9 p.m., Friday, April 3, University of Alaska Southeast Egan Lecture Hall. Ryan Peterson will tell his story of floating the transboundary Unuk River, on which the Canadian Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell open pit and underground mine will be located. He traveled the river from source to sea while making the short film Xboundary, which will be shown. B.C. First Nations representative Jacinda Mack, of the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council, will share her personal account of the devastating consequences of the Mount Polley mine disaster in central B.C. in August of 2014. Mining expert Dr. David Chambers, along with Southeast Alaska leaders, will discuss the science and potential local impacts of transboundary mining development. Xboundary explores the huge threats to the Alaska/B.C. transboundary region from large-scale developments in B.C. ...More