The UAS Web Strategy Committee is a consensus-based committee, accountable to the UAS Executive Cabinet, co-led by the regional web designer and web developer. The committee is comprised of representatives from each UAS campus and key regional departments. Three members of the committee have been appointed by the Provost, three by the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, and two each by the Ketchikan and Sitka Campus Directors.
The UAS Web Strategy Committee is responsible for:
- Analyzing current web strategies and identifying opportunities for improvement
- Setting UAS web operational standards and guidelines
- Planning and coordinating ongoing web projects
- Promoting “best-practices” to department content creators
- Reviewing future directions and present recommendations to UAS leadership
- Recommending UAS web policies
In fulfilling these responsibilities, the committee strives to:
- Coordinate UAS web technologies to ensure they interoperate as a coherent whole;
- Convey one UAS brand with a consistent design and navigation scheme;
- Support UAS departments in the efficient fulfillment of their objectives;
- Include the perspective of UAS stakeholder groups including Faculty Senate and Student Government.
The UAS executive cabinet formalized and charterd the UAS Web Strategy Committee on September 5, 2012.
Regional Web Coordinator
Phone: 796-6576 , Fax: 796-6295
Public and Media Relations
B.A. Journalism w/ emphasis in Public Relations, Humboldt State University 1997.
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. After several years of service at Eielson AFB in Fairbanks, Alaska I learned that neither Fairbanks nor the Air Force was for me.
Following my exit from military life 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.
While 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 jobs 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, camping, fishing, skiing...you name it.
My wife Lori also works at UAS as the direction of Student Affairs. We have a wonderful son Garrett, who loves the outdoors and spends most of his time along the shoreline.Add me to your Mac Address Book|Outlook
Student Services Manager, Title IX Investigator
Phone: 228-4508 , Fax: 225-3624
B.B.A, University of Alaska Fairbanks
I've loved living in Alaska since I first arrived here at the tender age of 2. I've been blessed to see much of the state having lived in Chugiak, Talkeetna, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Ketchikan. The beauty and serenity of this special place we live (even with the large amounts of rain) is inspiring. After graduating from a little Alaskan high school (we had a graduating class of 18 students) I attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks, graduating with a BA in Business Administration in 1990. I 've had the pleasure of working with college students for over twenty years and I am inspired by the perseverance of our students as well as the power of education to help students change their lives for the better.
Advising contact for transfer, nursing, social work, and business students.
Instructional Support/Technology Tutor
Phone: (907) 228-4507
Learning and Testing Center
Associates of Art from Seattle Central Community College
Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Alabaman Birmingham
CIOS 100, CIOS 101A & 101B, CIOS 110A, CIOS 105, CIOS 132A. CIOS 135, CIOS 193A, ACCT 100 and ACCT 222
Kimberly Schulte has been teaching and working in computer/technology related fields throughout the past 10 years. After completing a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management at the University of Alabama, Kimberly worked for several years in Accounting, Payroll, Human Resources, and Business Management positions. In the evenings Kimberly managed the computer lab at UAS-Ketchikan and eventually was hired as Computer Lab Instructional Technician. Today she supports UAS faculty, students, & staff with technology needs and teaches basic Word and Excel courses. Kimberly previously managed the campus Learning Center and still serves as the Testing Specialist there.
Kimberly has lived in New Mexico, Washington, & Alabama, but has spent most of her life in Ketchikan. She has traveled to all of the continental United States, been to a handful of European Countries, attended school in Japan on the exchange program, and vacationed several times in South American countries. Kimberly has two small children that add vibrancy to her life.
Assistant to the Dean of Arts & Sciences
Phone: 796-6518 , Fax: 796-6406
Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, Outreach Services Librarian
M.L.I.S., University of Hawaii (2001)
A.L.B., Harvard University (1995)
Librarian Liaison to Education and Management.