Below are the University of Alaska Southeast chancellor, provost, vice chancellors, campus directors, and academic deans. For the full UAS Organizational structure view the UAS Organizational Chart. (16Kb)
Vice Chancellor for Administration
Phone: 796-6570 , Fax: 796-6276
Michael Ciri was raised in the wilderness by wolves and dropped in front of the Mourant Building in 1982 to fend for himself. And he fended well. He went from student to student employee to a regular employee in computing in 1986. He became director of Information Technology and Media Services in 2000.
He is UAS educated, receiving an AA in 1988, a B.A. in Liberal Arts in 1994 and received his master's in Public Administration in 2007. He also holds the record for most consecutive years of living in student housing and is in the UAS mascot hall of fame as the original "Spike" the whale.
Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs
Phone: 796-6100 , Fax: 796-6365
Born in Mount Edgecumbe, AK, Joe was raised as a commercial fisherman in Yakutat. He is a member of the Teikweidí (Brown Bear) clan, eagle moiety of the Yakutat Tlingit tribe. After graduating Yakutat High School, Joe attended college in Southern California. He received a Bachelor of Arts in political science from UCLA in 1996 and earned his Master of Arts in American Indian Studies in 1998. In 2001, he received a Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School.
Joe is a member of the Alaska Bar Association, the Sealaska Board of Directors, and the Juneau Lions Club.
Dean, School of Management; Associate Professor of Accounting
Fordham University - MBA Finance
Williams, V. and Starnes, L. “Audit Selection: Increasing the Efficiency of Sales Tax Administration.”
Williams, V.L. “Catch Me If You Can.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “Testing the Quality of Environmental Disclosures”.
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “Down with the Titanic.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “The Case of the Refried Bean.”
Williams, V.L. and Dye, J.L. “Going Concern Determinations: User Expectations Versus Reality.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “What a Waster: The Theory and Reality of Environmental Cleanup.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “A Case of Fowl Play.”
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Currently Teaching at UAS
UAS Faculty Excellence in Advising, 2013
Lifetime Achievement Award for Accounting Excellence from Alaska Capital Chapter of Association of Government Accountants, 1999
Williams Accounting Consulting Services, Juneau, AK: Provided accounting services and contract CFO work for small non-profits
City of Petersburg, Petersburg, AK - Acting Finance Director
City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau, AK – Deputy Treasurer
City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau, AK – Treasurer
Citicorp, New York, NY – Director of Financial Reporting and Systems for U.S. Consumer Banking Group
Citicorp, New York, NY – Assistant Director Financial Reporting U.S. Consumer Banking Group
Citicorp, New York, NY – Financial Analyst, Individual Bank Sector Financial Control
Arthur Andersen & Co., New York, NY – Auditor
Ketchikan Campus Director, Professor of Anthropology/Sociology
Phone: 228-4515 , Fax: 225-3624
Ketchikan Director's OfficeArts and Sciences - Social Sciences
Ph.D., University of New Mexico. Dr. Schulte specializes in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures, sociocultural change, and archaeology of southeast Alaska.
Priscilla Schulte has been teaching on the Ketchikan campus since 1980 and has been teaching distance classes for over ten years. Most of her students are in southeast Alaska, but some are from as far away as Connecticut. Priscilla has taught summer classes on the Juneau campus as well as distance delivery classes by video and audio conference to the Juneau campus. She teaches primarily lower division anthropology and sociology classes, as well as multicultural education classes.
Priscilla started her teaching career by teaching anthropology at Dine College (formerly Navajo Community College) now located in Tsaile, Arizona. Her anthropological fieldwork in Arizona and Chicago sparked her interest in completing an M.A. in anthropology at the University of Connecticut. During her years of living and teaching on the Navajo Nation, she began her doctoral work at the University of New Mexico which she completed after her move to Alaska in 1980.
Priscilla’s research and teaching interests are in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures (primarily of southeast Alaska), and Native American culture change. She produced the video, “The Bear Stands Up,” which has aired on public television. Her most recent research has focused on the totem pole carvers of the CCC era. She is an adopted member of the Tongass Brown Bear clan of the Tlingit people. She is the mother of two daughters who have inspired and encouraged her in her research and teaching.