We are all hopeful that legislators will recognize that higher education is a significant contributor to Alaska’s future economic development and that their budget decisions will recognize the value of this investment.
News from our most southern campus
Classes include the fields of Construction, Mining, Automotive, Marine, and Diesel.
Faculty Senate identified Assistant Professor Ernestine Hays as co-chair. Staff Council identified Ketchikan Campus staff member Marianne Ledford as the other co-chair.
During the free webcast, Powell will interact with attendees to consider the implications of a changing planet and the significance of the Alaska experience as related to our unique conditions in Nebraska.
Tamone departs January 27th for a 4-month Fulbright Research Scholarship to the Ben Gurion University in the Negev in Beersheva Isreal.
January-April 2014, Fridays at 7 p.m.
by Ernestine Hayes
Dean Vickie Williams welcomes input on future topics and speakers
Mountain Press is pleased to announce a new edition of the Roadside Geology of Alaska.
The new research provides the first ever global-scale estimates for the storage and release of organic carbon from glaciers.