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UAS News

01-23-2015 Chancellor Pugh’s Budget Message

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.

01-23-2015 Ketchikan News

News from our most southern campus


01-23-2015 Career Education Brings Back Saturday Sessions

Classes include the fields of Construction, Mining, Automotive, Marine, and Diesel.

01-23-2015 Startup of Diversity Action Committee

Faculty Senate identified Assistant Professor Ernestine Hays as co-chair. Staff Council identified Ketchikan Campus staff member Marianne Ledford as the other co-chair.

Presentations and Exhibits

01-23-2015 Nebraska Webcast-The Alaska Bellwether: Perception, response and adaptation in a time of climate change

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.

01-23-2015 Tamone Travels

Tamone departs January 27th for a 4-month Fulbright Research Scholarship to the Ben Gurion University in the Negev in Beersheva Isreal.


01-23-2015 UAS Sound and Motion Series

January-April 2014, Fridays at 7 p.m.

01-23-2015 Art of Place 2015

by Ernestine Hayes

01-23-2015 School of Management Lecture Series

Dean Vickie Williams welcomes input on future topics and speakers

Publications, Grants and Awards

01-23-2015 New Edition of Cathy Connor’s Roadside Geology of Alaska Released

Mountain Press is pleased to announce a new edition of the Roadside Geology of Alaska.

01-23-2015 Melting Glaciers Increase the Flow of Carbon to Downstream Ecosystems

The new research provides the first ever global-scale estimates for the storage and release of organic carbon from glaciers.


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