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Chancellor's Office 


Address

Soboleff Annex

11120 Glacier Hwy. (SA1)

Juneau, AK 99801

John Pugh

Chancellor, University of Alaska Southeast

Phone: 796-6565 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Chancellor's Office

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/chancellor

John Pugh was appointed Chancellor of the University of Alaska Southeast on August 2, 1999. He serves the University of Alaska with fellow chancellors Brian Rogers at UAF and Tom Case at UAA, under the leadership of President Patrick Gamble. He came to the university after a 15-year career with the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, serving as Commissioner of that department from 1983 to 1986.

Chancellor Pugh's educational background is in philosophy and social work. He holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a former captain in the US Air Force and served three years at the Elmendorf Air Force Base Hospital in Anchorage.

Chancellor Pugh has participated in the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) as State Representative for Alaska since 2000. He is the former chair of the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (now Education Northwest) and for eleven years was a trustee of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Since 2009, he has served on the Board of Commissioners of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), the regional accrediting organization for 163 educational institutions in the U.S. Northwest and Alaska.

John Pugh strongly believes in service to his community. He has been a member of the board of directors of the Juneau Economic Development Council (JEDC) and continues to serve as Vice-Chair.  He is a past-president of the Gastineau Rotary Club, where he remains an enthusiastic Rotary Bulb fundraiser and will chair the Membership Committee in 2013-14. In 2011, he was appointed to the Alaska Airlines Southeast Community Advisory Board and continues to serve in that capacity.

Keni Lynn Campbell, CFRE

Assistant to the Chancellor

Phone: 796-6509 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Chancellor's Office

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/chancellor/

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Certified Fund Raising Executive, 2012

B.Ed. Elementary Education, Alaska Pacific University, 1993

Council for Advancement and Support of Education

Association of Fundraising Professionals

UAS Alumni & Friends Association

Keni Lynn Campbell joined the UAS Office of Development & Alumni Relations in 2006 and is currently the Annual Fund and Alumni Relations Manager. Keni has been an Alaskan since 1982, and has lived in Juneau since 1995. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Alaska Pacific University and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive.  

Bobbi McCoy

Campus Resource Specialist, Chancellor's Office

Phone: 796-6565 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Public and Media Relations  

Phones

Information: 796-6530

Fax: 796-6295

Email

Address

Soboleff Annex

11120 Glacier Hwy (SA1)

Juneau, AK 99801

Katie Bausler

Director, Public Relations and Marketing

Phone: 796-6530 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Public and Media Relations

Soboleff Annex, 101F

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/pr

Dave V. Klein

Regional Web Coordinator

Phone: 796-6576 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Public and Media Relations

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu

Bachelor of Arts, Journalism with emphasis in Public Relations
Humboldt State University, California 1997.

United States Air Force, 4.5 years
Honorable Discharge

Routinely teach employee development classes in various aspects of the Content Management System used at UAS. Other courses taught include Digital Photography, Digital Asset Management and use of Adobe Acrobat during Staff Development programs.

Following high school graduation in San Diego, CA I escaped the city life for the remotes of Alaska by joining the US Air Force. Stationed at Eielson in Fairbanks, Alaska I crewed KC-135 aerial refueling and reconnaissance aircraft.

Following my honorable discharge, I worked the summer on the "slime line" working in the canneries of Bristol Bay, Alaska to get the feel for Alaska life outside the military. Although the life of cannery work was never in my cards, I did enjoy the comradery of working in a fish camp, enough to return for several summers while pursuing my degree from Humboldt State University in northern California.

Kayaking in S.E. Alaska, taking a breakWhile attending Humboldt, I went on National Student Exchange to the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau during my Junior year. Upon graduation from Humboldt, I returned to Juneau and have been working with UAS since. My role at UAS have varied from employment with student housing to manager of the recreation center to my current position as web coordinator. What attracted me to Southeast Alaska was the feeling I had as an exchange student. That was the feeling of euphoria one felt as a child upon waking up the morning of a trip to Disneyland. For the outdoor enthusiast, Juneau has just about everything for those who enjoy kayaking, hiking, hunting, camping, fishing, skiing...you name it.

My wife Lori also works at UAS as the Director of the Student Resource Center. We have a wonderful son Garrett, who loves the outdoors and spends most of his time along the shoreline. Just recently Garrett has taken to ocean kayaking. We now all explore the coastline in the comfort of kayaks. To coin the term, "Life is Good".

Accomplishments while at UAS include:

Regional Web Coordinator, University of Alaska Southeast: 2/03 - Present

  • Created UAS course schedule. Resulted in one regional authoritative source for class information, saving UAS money in print production and mailing costs
  • Designed UAS whale-tale logo in use regionally today (learn, engage, change later being added). New logo was recognized for excellence by Admissions Advertising Awards
  • Researched and deployed content management system, insuring consistency of brand and reducing duplication of information
  • Co-chair regional Web development group, recognized by the UAS Executive Cabinet
  • Coordinated a complete redesign of the UAS website, bringing UAS into alignment with our accreditation goals and objectives
  • Developed and manage UAS photo database, reducing our potential for copyright issues

Manager, Student Activities Center, UAS: 8/99 - 2/03

  • Designed facility from the ground up with student input. While I managed the facility, it was largely operated and maintained by students
  • Founded the Outdoor Recreation Center (ORC). The ORC rentals were self-supported through rental fees and use was coordinated with Outdoor Studies (ODS) program.
  • Developed mechanical skills and saved money by learning to make many cardiovascular equipment and facility repairs
  • Coordinated physical education classes, wellness programs and entertainment opportunities, logging record event attendance
  • Created training manuals for all functions, including climbing facility, help desk and performance spaces. Although student staff turn-over was low, this was critical for safety and ease of new staff transition

Administrative Assistant, Student Activities/Student Government, UAS: 8/96 - 9/99

  • Designed facility from the ground up with student input. While I managed the facility, it was largely operated and maintained by students. Created outdoor gear rental program with seed money from the UAS Student Government Association. My close work with the USUAS-JC helped me to further refine my skills in oral and written communication and group dynamics
  • Moved many services online, to include housing referrals, rates and event information
  • Worked collaboratively with Facility Services and other stakeholders to fund and create the UAS ID system that utilized magnetic door locks and is still in use today
  • Worked with Student Senators and local businesses to create a student discount program, saving students money at places they visited while also promoting UAS in the community
  • Served as technical consultant to the Whalesong student newspaper, moving their publication and advertisements online

Living Group Advisor & Community Advisor , Humboldt State University/UAS: 8/94 - 8/96

As an undergraduate, I served as a Living Group Advisor (2 years) at Humboldt State University and as a Community Advisor at UAS while on National Student Exchange. As anyone who has this experience will tell you, it was both challenging and rewarding and worthy of mention as it helped shaped me into the professional I am today.

Alison Krein

Communications Specialist

Phone: 796-6575 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Public and Media Relations

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/pr

Alumni and Friends Association  

Phones

Information: 796-6569

Fax: 796-6295

Email

Address

Soboleff Annex

11120 Glacier Hwy. (SA1)

Juneau, AK 99801

Development Office  

Phones

Information: 796-6566

Fax: 796-6295

Email

Address

Soboleff Annex

11120 Glacier Hwy. (SA1)

Juneau, AK 99801

Lynne Johnson, CFRE

Director, Development & Alumni Relations

Phone: 796-6416 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Development and Alumni Office

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/alumni/

Heather Mitchell

Alumni Relations & Annual Fund Manager

Phone: 796-6569 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Development and Alumni Office

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

Seanna L. O'Sullivan-Hines

Development Operations Specialist

Phone: 796-6566 Fax: 796-6295

Email:

Development and Alumni Office

Soboleff Annex

Juneau Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/development

Seanna is a successful small business owner and lifelong Alaskan with a B.A. in Journalism and Spanish. She brings more than 15 years of non-profit experience as a board member and volunteer.

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