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Teri Rofkar in her ravens tail robe overlooking the Sitka skyline
 
DATE
TIME
EVENT
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05-06-2016
2:30 PM
Sitka Campus (106)
May 6th is National Nurses Day. The Nursing Department at both SEARHC Mt. Edcumbe Hospital and Sitka Community Hospital would like to extend an invitation to all nurses and student nurses in the community to celebrate this year's Nurses Day with the theme "Care of the Care Giver."  Food and entertainment will be provided.
Sponsor:Sitka Community Hospital
Cost:Free
Phone:907-747-1719
Email:
05-12-2016
7:00 PM
Sitka Campus (229)
More information TBA
Sponsor:State of Alaska-DDGS
Cost:Free
Phone:907-747-2660
Email:
05-14-2016
2:00 PM
Sitka Campus (109)
Enjoy some hors d'oeuvres and wine with a friend while getting your hands dirty at our Springtime Fundraiser!  UAS art students and instructors will walk you through some simple slab building techniques to create your own hand made flower pot. We will have a variety of tools to allow for exploration of textures inspired from nature.  The planters will then be fired, and ready for you in approximately two weeks. No prior experience needed!  Tickets are $75 and available by contacting the Alumni Office at (907) 796-6569 or alumni@uas.alaska.edu.
Sponsor:UAS Alumni Office
Cost:$75
Phone:907-796-6569
Email:
05-19-2016
7:00 PM
Sitka Campus (229)
How have sport and subsistence fisheries changed over time in coastal Alaska? Are fishers targeting different species than they were decades ago? Have their fishing locations shifted over time in response to regulations or changes in fish populations? University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers interviewed charter captains and subsistence fishers in Southeast and South-central Alaska to understand how fishing regulations, socioeconomic factors, and ecological changes have affected their fishing practices. In this talk, our research team will present results from Sitka and other coastal communities that highlight the effects of halibufit regulations on people’s fishing decisions, opportunities, and perceptions of resource health. Our results indicate that fishing regulations set for one species (halibut) may have broader effects on the ecosystem by influencing where people fish and what species they target. This study also shows the importance of incorporating fishers’ knowledge into management of sport and subsistence fisheries. The presentation will be followed by Q&A and discussion with the audience.
Sponsor:UAF School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Cost:Free
Phone:907-796-5454
Email:
09-29-2016
12:00 PM
Sitka Campus (229)
The UAS Citizen's Advisory Council will meet to discuss UAS goals and initiatives as they relate to the community of Sitka. This meeting is open to all faculty, staff, students, and the general public.
Phone:747-7770
Email:
 
 
 
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