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Early each January, UAS offers several days of professional development opportunities to faculty and staff under the Spring Startup event.  Past topics have included presentations on UAS Technologies for Effective Teaching, How Faculty Can Help Students Succeed, Research at UAS, and various training sessions on the use of BlackBoard.

Current Year

January 2019 information is in development.

January 2018: Spring Startup took place Wednesday, January 10th through Friday, January 12th, 2018 at the Juneau Auke Lake campus.  


Resources and Handouts

Faculty Resources - Title IX

Faculty Resources - Off Campus Activities - Title IX

Equity and Cultural Safety Presentation

Faculty Senate Updates at UAS and Statewide

For more information about Adjunct Orientation on Saturday, January 13, see the Adjunct Faculty website.

Sign-up for CPR Training

Please use the form below to sign up for the CPR/First Aid/AED training course to be held during Spring Startup.  Two different trainings will be held in the Egan Building:

  • Thursday, January 11, 2018  9 a.m.–2 p.m. @ EG224 - Assistant Professor Neil Nickerson  **This is a traditional, fully in-person training including hands on and classroom.**
  • Friday, January 12, 2018 1–3:30 p.m. @ EG225 - Paul Dorman, Associate Director of Residence Life   **This training involves some online coursework (approx. 2.5 hours) to be completed before the hands on training in January.  This is good for those of you who learn well in online courses and don't want to spend as much time in person.  The classroom part of the training will be done online, while the in-person training will consist of the physical training with partners and CPR dummies.**

Class space is limited, so sign up early. Participants will be chosen on a first come, first served basis.  You will be notified by e-mail if you will participate in this course.

For more information, contact the Academic and Faculty Services Coordinator in the Provost's Office at or 796-6147.

**Please note: the 1:00pm requires advance coursework to be completed online prior to the hands on training.**


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