Changes at UAS
UAS Vice Chancellor for Administration
Walz and colleagues held a seminar Friday, January 23 on the Juneau campus called “I am (not) Charlie.”
News from the School of Arts and Sciences
President Patrick K. Gamble informed the board in December that he would retire June 1, 2015.
Official designation is particularly important right now as the university prepares to launch a federally-mandated climate survey to get a sense of views on sexual misconduct on campus.
By Lori Klein, Campus Conduct Administrator
Staff and faculty packed the Juneau campus Glacier View Room Friday, February 13.
We are pleased to announce that Denise Carl has accepted the position of Arts & Sciences Academic Advisor.
The Financial Aid Office is looking for Faculty and Staff volunteers to read and score scholarship essays for our UA Foundation Scholarships.
UAS Staff Council is now accepting nominations for two different staff awards.
By John Hughes, Practice Administrator
By Jonas Lamb, OCOB program co-chair
Nominations open for both Staff Make Students Count and Staff Excellence Awards
By Joel Markis, Sitka Fisheries Technology Faculty
"Exploration of Sustainable Design Research"
There was much discussion about the role of the United States and of NATO.
By Tara Olson, Student Activities Coordinator
Glaciers’ Role in Global Carbon Cycle
Results published in the January issue of the journal "Geomorphology".
“Playing Rummy with a Stranger on an Airport Floor”
Story featured in January edition of Alaska Airlines magazine.
The University of Alaska Press announces the release of Adam Tavel's "Plash and Levitation" — the inaugural selection for the "Permafrost" Book Prize.