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For Faculty

The UAS Sitka Title III Program has a blog full of resources for faculty! We highly recommend that you follow, or subscribe, to the Faculty Learning Corner so you can receive notifications when we add new training tutorials or interesting articles to our collection.

For Students

Have you checked out the Tips for Student Success blog? This blog is a resource for students, providing short tutorials and articles supporting student learning and addressing specific college-level concepts or skills. When we find resources developed by other universities we think may benefit our students, we will post them as well. A great way to learn about new and updated content is to subscribe to the blog!

 

TODAY: Monday, Sept. 01

All Day - Labor Day Holiday
All campus is closed except housing on the Juneau Campus.
Sponsor:University of Alaska Southeast
Location:UAS
Phone:N/A

8:00 All Day - Labor Day - Campus Closed
The UAS Sitka Campus will be closed in observance of Labor Day. No classes, registration, or fee payment.
Campus:
Phone:907-747-7700
Website:http://www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka


Tuesday, Sept. 02

All Day - First Day of Instruction
First day of Fall 2014 instruction.
Sponsor:UAS Provost Office
Location:UAS
Phone:907-796-6486
Email:
Website:http://www.uas.alaska.edu/provost


Wednesday, Sept. 03

7:30 PM - Human Ecology of Sanik Island
This presentation will describe the natural history of Sanak Island, other nearby islands, and the western Alaska Peninsula. The western Gulf of Alaska/Alaska peninsula region has been the home of the Aleut/Unangan people for at least 10,000 years, and the Aleut and their livelihoods have shaped the ecology of the region. Recent research in the Sanak archipelago describes 4500+ years of their ecology and the legacy they have left on today’s soils, plants, animals, and landscape. Islands of the Sanak archipelago that have different histories of natural resource economy show how much the resource choices of people can dictate the local ecology. The Aleut people are and have been vital parts of a number of different ecological communities.
Location:Sitka Campus
Cost:Free
Phone:747-9432


Thursday, Sept. 04


Friday, Sept. 05

12:00 PM - Welcome Back BBQ
The UAS Sitka Campus will be holding a barbecue for all new and returning UAS students for the Fall 2014 semester.
Sponsor:Student Success Center
Campus:
Cost:n/a
Phone:907-747-7700
Website:http://www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka


 
 

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