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Phone

  • Campus: 228-4511
  • Toll Free: 888 550-6177

Fax

  • 225-3624

Address

Ziegler Bldg
2600 Seventh Avenue
Ketchikan, AK 99901

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Faculty

Clare Bennett

Assistant Professor of Humanities

Phone: 228-4550Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Humanities

Paul Bldg, Room 501, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.A. College of White Plains
M.A. Middlebury College

Brandon M Chapman

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Phone: 228-4562

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Ph.D., Washington State University
M.S.S., Utah State University
B.A., DePauw University

Biography

Brandon Chapman is a cultural anthropologist specializing in local and traditional ecological knowledge, subsistence economies, and economic and cognitive anthropology. Since 2011, he has worked documenting the local knowledge of Native Alaskans across the state, mostly with the Iñupiaq of the Northwest Arctic. During this time, he designed and conducted the semi-structured interview methods for the Northwest Arctic Borough’s $1.8 million subsistence mapping project, which recorded highly and traditionally used subsistence areas across the region. Before moving to Alaska, Chapman worked on his dissertation in a small fishing village in Trinidad/Tobago where he showed that cognitive models shape how local subsistence users make decisions about economic transactions. He also conducted research in fishing villages in Peru for his master’s thesis. He has been published in several journals and popular science magazines including The Social Science Journal and Cultural Survival Quarterly. His research interests include local and traditional knowledge, subsistence management practices, and integrating cultural models into international and community development projects.

Chapman has also authored several monographs and publications on the history of ranching in the western U.S. and Canada during the 19th and 20th centuries. His research focuses on the Grant-Kohrs Ranch in Deer Lodge, MT and George Lane’s Bar U Ranch near Longview, AB. He received a Montana Historical Society Fellowship and has been invited to write for Montana: The Magazine of Western History.

Christopher Donar

Assistant Professor of Science

Phone: 228-4557

Email:

Arts and Sciences Department

Paul Bldg, Room 510, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (1994 - 1999)  

Ph. D., Natural Resources and Environment

Dissertation: Holocene Paleolimnology of Lakes in the Central Highlands Region of Florida.


Eastern Michigan University-Ypsilanti (1990 - 1992)

M. S., Biology

Thesis: Paleolimnology of the Ford Lake Reservoir.    

Eastern Michigan University-Ypsilanti (1982 - 1988)

B. S., Biology

Biography

My research interests are in the ecology, taxonomy and systematics of diatoms (Bacillariophyta) and other freshwater algae. I am particularly interested in paleolimnology and the use of diatoms to infer short-term historical changes in aquatic ecosystems due to human modification and long-term changes in response to climatic factors. I feel that among algal groups, diatoms can provide numerous research opportunities in ecological studies, paleoecology, cell physiology, and systematic biology. I have conducted field research on the growth characteristics of periphyton mats in the Florida Everglades. Presently, I am investigating the taxonomy of algal assemblages in lakes and aquatic ecosystems of Isle Royale National Park. 


Born in Des Moines Iowa, raised in Southeast Michigan. I am a practicing member of the Hakuryu Karate Do and have attained the rank of Nidan, 2nd degree black belt. 

Claire Fine

Assistant Professor of Marine Transportation and Operations

Phone: 228-4575Fax: 225-3895

Email:

Career Education: Marine Transportation

Ketchikan Regional Maritime and Career Center, Robertson 106, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.S. State University of New York

Ken Horn

Assistant Professor of Power Technology / Welding

Phone: 228-4571

Email:

Career Education: Welding

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Journeyman Pipefitter/Welder

USCG-Approved Instructor

Colleen Ianuzzi

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 228-4502

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences - Math

Paul Bldg, Rm 509, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.S. in Wildlife Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks; M.S. in Statistics, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Other

Colleen began working at the UAS Ketchikan Campus in 2006. She teaches Math 105, Math 107, Math 108, Math 200 and Stat 273.

Outside of academics, Colleen enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing and skiijoring with her dog.

Rod Landis

Professor of English

Phone: 228-4547Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Humanities

Paul Bldg, Room 507, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

M. Litt., Middlebury College, Bread Loaf School of English; M.A., University of Georgia. Rod specializes in Victorian and American nineteenth-century literature. His research focuses on the way Gothic themes and figurations transform texts from the Victorian century.

Biography

Rod began teaching at UAS Ketchikan in 1992, became visiting faculty in 1995 and was hired as Asst. Professor of English in 1996. He was the sole English faculty at that time; today Rod heads a local Humanities department of three full-time and half a dozen adjunct faculty. In addition, Rod is senior faculty for the regional English department and is in his third year of serving as Director of Composition and Assessment for all of UAS. Rod teaches an upper-division literature course online every semester, and also teaches composition, humanities and theatre courses, both online and locally.

Joe F Lefleur

Assistant Professor of Nursing (UAA)

Phone: 228-4574Fax: 225-6175

Email:

Neil Nickerson

Assistant Professor of Marine Transportation

Phone: 796-6153Fax: 796-6577

Email:

Career Education

Technical Education Center, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

1996: Master of Arts, Naval War College, Newport RI
1983: Bachelor of Science, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

USCG Licenses:
Master of Motor Vessels, Any Gross Tons Upon Oceans
Master Any Towing Vessel Upon Oceans
Able Seaman, Unlimited

Courses Taught

Master 100T/OUPV
Master 200T Upgrade
Basic Safety Training
Able Seaman
Crowd Management
Crisis Management
RFPNW
Proficiency in Survival Craft
Radar Operator - Original & Upgrade
Apprentice Mate - Steersman

Biography

Captain Nickerson is our Juneau based Maritime Professor.  He brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our program and through his efforts has expanded the UAS Maritime presence in Juneau immensely.

Captain Nickerson is a retired USCG officer and has many years of command experience aboard a variety of USCG Cutters.  Upon his retirement from the USCG, he worked as a Mate aboard towing vessels with Crowley Maritime in Valdez and as a relief Mate/Chief Mate for the Alaska Marine Highway System.  Captain Nickerson also was the owner/operator of Alaska Sailing Charters, commanding a 49 ft ketch on expedition, sightseeing and dinner charters.  In his spare time, Captain Nickerson enjoys surfing, kayaking and travel - especially to destinations with big waves!

Larry O'Loane

Assistant Professor of Power Technology

Phone: 228-4566

Email:

Career Education: Marine Transportation

Ketchikan Regional Maritime and Career Center, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

A.A.S., Oregon Institute of Technology Calhoon MEBA Engineer School USCG Licensed Marine Engineer

Kasia Polanska

Assistant Professor of Sociology & Political Science

Phone: 228-4518

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences

Paul Bldg, Room 517, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

M.A. in Latin American Studies, Stanford University

B.A. in Journalism, San Francisco State University

Biography

Kasia has worked at UAS Ketchikan as an Adjunct Instructor of Government and Sociology since 2007. She has also taught sociology and political science at the University of Minnesota, MN; Sacred Heart University, CT; and American Public University System, WV. Her past professional experience includes working for 7 years within the United Nations human rights treaty system as a Research Director of a non-governmental human rights organization.

Her teaching and research interests are wide-ranging and include general and political sociology, institutions, social problems, social psychology, race and ethnicity, ethnic conflict, human rights, Europe, Latin America. Kasia is currently nearing the completion of her Ph.D. dissertation in Sociology at the University of Minnesota.

John Radzilowski

Associate Professor of History

Phone: 228-4541

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences, History

Paul Bldg, Room 503, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Ph.D., 1999, Arizona State University, specializing in Modern U.S. History, Russia/Eastern Europe, and Public History.

Certificate in Scholarly Publishing, 1994, Arizona State University.

BA, 1989, History, Southwest Minnesota State University.

Biography

Hello! Dzień dobry! Buenas días! Welcome to my faculty homepage!

I teach history and geography at UAS. Over the years, I’ve held a variety of jobs ranging from farm laborer, to small-town journalist, to research assistant to a member of the British parliament, to freelance writer. I joined the UAS faculty on the Ketchikan campus in fall 2007. Prior to moving to Alaska, I taught history courses at University of St. Thomas, Hamline University, and Anoka-Ramsey Community College in Minnesota. I also served as assistant project director at Center for Nations in Transition, at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota where I helped design and administer USAID and State Department-sponsored training programs for business, economics, and political science faculty and NGO leaders in Ukraine and east central Europe.

My research and teaching interests are wide-ranging and diverse: immigration and ethnicity, military history, war and genocide, the impact of technology on the history and geography of the Great Plains and Midwest, local and regional studies, and the history of Poland and central and eastern Europe. My current research topics include immigrant demography and epidemiology, crime and deviance among Polish immigrants in the U.S., the ethnic groups of southeast Alaska, anti-communism among American ethnic groups, and the problems of modern Polish history. I am currently editing a collected volume of translated articles on the activities of the communist security services in Poland since 1944. This will be the first book of published research in English based on previous closed files of secret police.

I am a fellow at the Piast Institute: A National Center for Polish and Polish-American Affairs and past president of the Polish American Cultural Institute of Minnesota. I am also currently contributing editor for the Encyclopedia of American Immigration (second edition). I am the author or co-author of 13 books including Traveler’s History of Poland (2007), Minnesota (2006), The Eagle and the Cross: A History of Polish Roman Catholic Union of America (2003), and Community of Strangers: Change, Turnover, and Turbulence and the Transformation of a Midwestern Country Town (1999). I’ve also written numerous reports, articles, and reviews in publications such as Journal of American Ethnic History, Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Polish American Studies,American Heritage of Invention and Technology, and Minnesota History. In 2006, I received the Oskar Halecki Prize from the Polish American Historical Association for my book Poles in Minnesota.

Curriculum Vitae

Priscilla Schulte

Ketchikan Campus Director, Professor of Anthropology/Sociology

Phone: 228-4515Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences, Ketchikan Director's Office

Ziegler Bldg, Room 116A, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/ketchikan

Education

Ph.D., University of New Mexico. Dr. Schulte specializes in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures, sociocultural change, and archaeology of southeast Alaska.

Biography

Priscilla Schulte has been teaching on the Ketchikan campus since 1980 and has been teaching distance classes for over ten years. Most of her students are in southeast Alaska, but some are from as far away as Connecticut. Priscilla has taught summer classes on the Juneau campus as well as distance delivery classes by video and audio conference to the Juneau campus. She teaches primarily lower division anthropology and sociology classes, as well as multicultural education classes.

Priscilla started her teaching career by teaching anthropology at Dine College (formerly Navajo Community College) now located in Tsaile, Arizona. Her anthropological fieldwork in Arizona and Chicago sparked her interest in completing an M.A. in anthropology at the University of Connecticut. During her years of living and teaching on the Navajo Nation, she began her doctoral work at the University of New Mexico which she completed after her move to Alaska in 1980.

Priscilla’s research and teaching interests are in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures (primarily of southeast Alaska), and Native American culture change. She produced the video, “The Bear Stands Up,” which has aired on public television. Her most recent research has focused on the totem pole carvers of the CCC era. She is an adopted member of the Tongass Brown Bear clan of the Tlingit people. She is the mother of two daughters who have inspired and encouraged her in her research and teaching.

One of the most exciting events of Priscilla’s teaching year is the annual fieldtrip coordinated with the Forest Service to do archaeological and ethnographic fieldwork with local Native elders, cultural teachers, and UAS students. The field trips focus on the survey and inventory of important cultural sites located in southern southeast Alaska.

Ann Spehar

Assistant Professor of Economics

Phone: 228-4559Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences Department

Paul Bldg, Room 506, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Ann Spehar earned a Masters in Applied Economics at Seattle University in Washington State where she also earned two undergraduate degrees in economics and math at the University of Washington. She holds a Master in Education in curriculum and instruction from Montana State University and has two years of study toward a doctorate degree in economics at Washington State University and the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada.

Publications


Courses Taught

Ann Spehar is currently an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Alaska Southeast. She is responsible for designing, developing and instructing online asynchronous courses in Money and Banking, International Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, and principles courses.

Other

Spehar’s field of interest is the theory of the endogenous business cycles. She has studied the 1930’s U.S. ‘Great Depression’ extensively, and has compared it to the 2008 financial crisis. Spehar has recently published two papers on that topic in the World Economics Journal.   She has also published in the International Journal of Wilderness International Journal of Wilderness.

Spehar has also worked as a consultant in industry, with areas of expertise in mathematical modeling, software engineering and project management. She worked 15 years at the Boeing Company, supporting clients that included Bell Laboratories, AT&T Long Lines, McDonnell Douglas and Hanford Nuclear Facility. She served in executive leadership at the Boeing Company in Seattle and received over 700 hours of Boeing Company training when that company was expanding its territory beyond aviation into computer timesharing services to the world. At the time, Boeing Computer Services (BCS) provided cutting edge computer engineering consultation to 148 government and commercial customers.

Ann Spehar was born in Fairbanks, Alaska “before it was a state” where her father served as editor of the Fairbanks Daily News Minor and headed up AP for Alaska.  She has recently moved from Montana with her husband Alex and Australian Shepherd Montana.

William Urquhart

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Phone: 228-4527Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences Department, Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences, Sociology

Paul Bldg, Room 505, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Ph.D., MA, Tulane University
B.S., Oregon State University

William Urquhart’s recent doctoral dissertation on school violence and bullying includes ethnographic and statistical studies at a remote Western Alaska village and at an inner-city high school in pre-Katrina New Orleans.  This work emphasizes the importance of social account conversations in defining peer group norms for retaliation in disadvantaged areas, and will soon be published in book form as a monograph.  His other research interests include Alaskan social problems such as alcoholism and domestic violence, and organizational behavior perspectives on workplace violence.  Currently, he is investigating the effect of climatic temperature variation on seasonal domestic violence rate cycles in northern states.  He enjoys teaching distance education classes, and some of his course offerings include Theory and Research in Criminology, Social Psychology, and Alaska Social Problems; Deviant Behavior, Organizational Behavior, and Environmental Sociology.

Biography

Bill was born and raised in Ketchikan, following four generations of Alaska commercial fishermen, prospectors, and pioneer women.  His interest in sociology was piqued through his early experiences commercial fishing with his family, where he observed social change affecting the organizational structure of the industry.  Since returning to Alaska from New Orleans in 2002 for dissertation research, Bill has lived in several areas of the state, including time working as an educator and wrestling coach in Western Alaska and in Fairbanks. 

In addition to serving as an instructor at UAS, Bill is an independent consultant to several Alaska school districts, working with student information systems and federal and state data reporting.  Bill also plays the Scottish Great Highland Bagpipes; he is the Lead Bagpiper with Ketchikan’s Misty Thistle Pipes & Drums, and also performs at select solo engagements.  Bill enjoys spending his spare time with his wife Frankie, a science teacher in Ketchikan, and their small children, Liam, Neila, and Torran.

Other

Advising contact for all distance-based students in the Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree.

Teague Whalen

Associate Professor of English & Communication

Phone: 228-4514Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Humanities

Paul Bldg, Room 513, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

M.F.A., Northern Michigan University; B.A., University of Michigan. Teague Whalen specializes in creative writing, composition, communication, and literature.

Biography

Raised by two passionate educators and two feisty younger sisters, Teague quickly learned that summers meant time to travel America's blue highways and to romp through small towns and national forests by bicycle, canoe, skis, and foot, followed by nights spent sleeping in a tent and usually with close friends in tow. Teague's college teaching ventures have transformed the classroom into kitchens, lakes, mountain tops, and tents when he was a Lecturer I for the University of Michigan's New England Literature Program for two spring terms in rural Maine. While a teaching fellow for Northern Michigan University, he pioneered an outdoor ecocomposition course in the wild Upper Peninsula (U.P.). When he could no longer "Say yeah to the U.P., eh?" he wondered how Alaska compared to the great-lake state. Used to two-tracks and lakes, pine-riddled hills, and weather that could change any minute, he found his mother was right (as a good mother tends to be) when she said that Alaska was like the U.P. on steroids. He has not been disappointed yet, and when he finds Ketchikan raining too much, he keeps his fingers busy composing lofty poems of a bluer heart or stories of longing for a drier hue. When that doesn't work, he takes up his axe planed out of Sitka spruce and gets down to picking away the steel strings in search of a cloudy love song.

Alison Ziegler

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Phone: 228-4563

Email:

Psychology

Paul Bldg, room 508, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.A., M.S., Ph.D. University of Michigan

Administration

Priscilla Schulte

Ketchikan Campus Director, Professor of Anthropology/Sociology

Phone: 228-4515Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Arts and Sciences - Social Sciences, Ketchikan Director's Office

Ziegler Bldg, Room 116A, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/ketchikan

Education

Ph.D., University of New Mexico. Dr. Schulte specializes in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures, sociocultural change, and archaeology of southeast Alaska.

Biography

Priscilla Schulte has been teaching on the Ketchikan campus since 1980 and has been teaching distance classes for over ten years. Most of her students are in southeast Alaska, but some are from as far away as Connecticut. Priscilla has taught summer classes on the Juneau campus as well as distance delivery classes by video and audio conference to the Juneau campus. She teaches primarily lower division anthropology and sociology classes, as well as multicultural education classes.

Priscilla started her teaching career by teaching anthropology at Dine College (formerly Navajo Community College) now located in Tsaile, Arizona. Her anthropological fieldwork in Arizona and Chicago sparked her interest in completing an M.A. in anthropology at the University of Connecticut. During her years of living and teaching on the Navajo Nation, she began her doctoral work at the University of New Mexico which she completed after her move to Alaska in 1980.

Priscilla’s research and teaching interests are in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures (primarily of southeast Alaska), and Native American culture change. She produced the video, “The Bear Stands Up,” which has aired on public television. Her most recent research has focused on the totem pole carvers of the CCC era. She is an adopted member of the Tongass Brown Bear clan of the Tlingit people. She is the mother of two daughters who have inspired and encouraged her in her research and teaching.

One of the most exciting events of Priscilla’s teaching year is the annual fieldtrip coordinated with the Forest Service to do archaeological and ethnographic fieldwork with local Native elders, cultural teachers, and UAS students. The field trips focus on the survey and inventory of important cultural sites located in southern southeast Alaska.

Wendy Miles

Assistant Director of Business Operations & Special Projects

Phone: 228-4523

Email:

Ketchikan Director's Office

Ketchikan Campus

Gail Klein

Student Services Manager, Title IX Resource Staff

Phone: 228-4508Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Ziegler Bldg, Room 203D, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.B.A, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Biography

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.

Other

Advising contact for transfer, nursing, social work, elementary education and business students.

Staff

Dave Blick

Information Systems Technician

Phone: 228-4570

Email:

I.T. Services

Ziegler Bldg, 110, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Kathy Bolling

Academic Support Specialist

Phone: 228-4522Second Phone: Fax: 228

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

Kate Govaars

Arts & Sciences Outreach Advisor

Phone: 228-4561Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Student Success Center

Ziegler Bldg, Room 203C, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

M.A. Professional Higher Education Administration
University of Connecticut

B.A. International Relations, Spanish
Georgia Southern University

Biography

I love working in the collegiate environment.  Throughout the past 10 years, I have worked in various aspects of student services mentoring and advising students to graduate successfully and become capable leaders in their communities.  Prior to moving to Ketchikan and taking on the role of Outreach Advisor at UAS, I was working in Portland, OR at Lewis & Clark College managing the collegiate outdoor recreation program.  I trained student leaders to guide their peers on outdoor excursions and led many of my own from day hikes to overnight whitewater rafting trips.  Prior to Lewis & Clark, I served as a Resident Director at Reed College where I managed residence halls and served on an on-call crisis management team.  While my career has taken me across the country, I never cease to be inspired by the students I encounter.  I learn so much from each of the students we serve.  The vibrancy and eagerness of the student population (both traditional and non) has made me love working in higher education.

Outside of the work-realm, I am an avid outdoors-woman with a love of biking and kayaking and more recently stand-up paddleboarding with our dog Lola.

Julia Guthrie

Accounts Receivable Technician

Phone: 228-4530Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Business and Finance

Ziegler Bldg, Room 101, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Brenda Hurley

Records and Registration Clerk

Phone: 228-4513Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Abby Kosmos

Student Services Specialist

Phone: 228-4537Fax: 225-3895

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

Marianne Ledford

Administration and Recruitment Specialist

Phone: 228-4555Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Ketchikan Director's Office

Ziegler Bldg, Room 116D, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

John Long

Information Systems Technician

Phone: 228-4531

Email:

Kimberly Schulte

Academic Support & Testing Center Supervisor / CIOS Adjunct Faculty

Phone: 228-4507

Email:

Learning and Testing Center

Paul Bldg, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

Associate of Arts from Seattle Central Community College

Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Alabama Birmingham

Courses Taught

CIOS 100, CIOS 101A & 101B, CIOS 110A, CIOS 105, CIOS 132A, CIOS 135, CIOS 193A, ACCT 100 and ACCT 222

Biography

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.

Karen Ramsey

Admissions, Registration, Business Office Assistant

Phone: 228-4511Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Gwenna Richardson

Human Resource Technician

Phone: 228-4509Fax: 228-4540

Email:

Louis Scott

Arts & Sciences Outreach Advisor

Phone: 228-4565

Email:

Student Services

Ziegler Bldg, 203B, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Conan Steele

Testing Specialist

Phone: 228-4524

Email:

Laurie Williams

Administrative Assistant

Phone: 228-4558Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Library

Kathleen Wiechelman

Librarian

Phone: 228-4517

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

Shellie Tabb

Assistant Librarian

Phone: 228-4567

Email:

Ziegler Bldg, 202, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus

Education

B.A. English, Creative Writing Emphasis
Boise State University

Biography

I love libraries! I believe libraries are  great social equalizers. They give people access to information and resources that they may not have otherwise. Libraries provide students with the space to gather, learn new things, and connect with their community. I am proud to be part of the UAS Ketchikan team!

Before moving to Ketchikan, I lived in Boise, Idaho. I worked for a small, independent bookstore called Rediscovered Books. Mostly, I spent my time raising my five wonderful children with my husband Jordan, training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and reading voraciously.

In 2015, I began working as a substitute library assistant at the Ketchikan Public Library.

I enjoy history, poetry, powerlifting, grappling, and a good strong cup of coffee.

Facilities

Mike Funk

Physical Plant Supervisor

Phone: 228-4533Fax: 225-3624

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

John Guthrie

Facilities

Phone: 228-4533

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

Kenny Parks

Facilities

Phone: 228-4535

Email:

Ketchikan Campus

 
 

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