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Agreement reached over former Auke Bay Marine Station

KTOO - NOAA’s federal property on Auke Bay will be split between the University of Alaska Southeast and City and Borough of Juneau. The deal to subdivide the waterfront acreage was announced Monday. “This agreement between UAS and CBJ to partition the Auke Bay Marine Station property is good for Juneau because it both supports marine education and research at UAS, and allows for future harbor expansion,” University Chancellor Rick Caulfield said in a joint press release with the city and university. “This is a ‘win-win’ for all involved.” ...More


In wake of Charlottesville, University of Alaska leaders call for tolerance and inclusion

Alaska Dispatch News - In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 12, University of Alaska leaders sent emails to students, faculty and staff calling for inclusion and tolerance, as well as the rejection of hatred. "Now, more than ever, we must all rally around these ideals: UAF welcomes all, including those of different nationalities, religions, races and genders," said the email Thursday from University of Alaska Fairbanks Chancellor Daniel White. ...More




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