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2020-2021 TLTR Members
TLTR members are appointed by the UAS Provost, Dr. Karen Carey, and represent students, faculty, staff, and University departments. Current members are listed below. You can send an e-mail to any TLTR member by clicking on their e-mail address.

Kimberly Matsuura

Academic Support & Testing Center Supervisor / CIOS Adjunct Faculty

Phone: 228-4507


Learning and Testing Center

Paul Bldg, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus


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


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 Business Management.  In the evenings Kimberly managed the computer lab at UAS-Ketchikan and was hired as Computer Lab Instructional Technician in 2003.  Today she supports UAS faculty, students, & staff with technology needs.  Currently Kimberly supervises the Ketchikan campus Computer Lab, Testing Center, Academic Support, and is an Adjunct instructor for Computer Literacy, Word and Excel courses.

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 is married and has two children that add vibrancy to her life.

Susie Feero

Associate Professor, Health Information Management

Phone: 747-9477


Career Education: Health Sciences

Sitka Campus


B.A. University of Hawaii - Hilo

M.Ed. University of Alaska Southeast

Cody Bennett

Manager of User Services

Phone: 796-6116


I.T. Services

Juneau Campus

John Ingman

Instructional Designer

Phone: (907) 747-7725


204, Sitka Campus


B.S. Music, University of Oregon

MS Instructional Design, Quinnipiac University


Supports faculty in design and development of e-Learning courses. 

Virgil G. Fredenberg

Professor of Education

Phone: 796-6082


Alaska College of Education

Hendrickson Annex, 101C, Juneau Campus

Juneau Campus


Ed. D, M.S., B.S. - Montana State University


Dr. Fredenberg enjoys helping teachers become better math teachers using the latest research-based methods of teaching mathematics and technology.  He is in his 18th year at UAS.  He is a member of the ACTM Board of Directors; the NCTM; and Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honorary.


Program Coordinator: M.Ed  and Graduate Certificate,  Mathematics  Education

Marnie Chapman

Professor of Biology

Phone: 747-7702


Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences

Sitka Campus


M.S. Biology University of St. Joseph (Focus: Human Biology) 2008
M.A. Biology Humboldt State University (Focus: Intertidal Biology) 1992
B.A. Zoology Humboldt State University 1983
Graduate coursework at Friday Harbor Laboratory and Bamfield Marine Station

Special Recognition:

UA President’s Award for Outstanding Distance Educator in Alaska (2001)
UAS Faculty Excellence Award Sitka Campus (2012)

Courses Taught

BIOL 111 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 112 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

Past Courses Taught:

Microbiology, Natural History of Alaska, Intertidal Biology, General Biology, Biology & Society,
General Zoology, Alaska Naturalist Program; Science for K-8 Teachers


I’m originally from Northern California and lived in Bethel and Skagway before moving to Sitka in 1992. I enjoy helping students build a firm foundation in the topic that will serve them well in their careers. I am active in the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS).  As part of HAPS I helped develop standards for undergraduate human anatomy and physiology courses taught in the US and Canada. I am committed to quality eLearning opportunities and developed and delivered the first distance science courses offered by UAS. As Sitka’s lab director I currently help oversee the lab support portion of UAS Sitka Distance Science courses which have grown to involve multiple faculty members and currently serve over 200 students each semester.  I believe it is important to give back to my community by doing what I can to enrich science literacy, assist in community-based scientific research, and help create science-related opportunities for everyone, especially K-12 students.

Community Projects:

  • Served as an invited researcher for Scientist in the Schools programs at elementary, middle, and high school levels.
  • Helped establish science clubs at the local elementary and middle school that give kids a chance to interact with scientists and collect data for meaningful research projects.
  • Found opportunities for K-12 students to meet and work with scientists from the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, UCSF, UAF and Project Budburst.
  • Assisted with marine invertebrate identification for community BioBlitzes and provided intertidal ecology expertise for many community organizations.
  • Involved in a project to revisit historical work done in Sitka by Ed (Doc) Ricketts and link it to modern intertidal survey protocols.

I am particularly interested in the ecology and functional anatomy of intertidal organisms, especially with respect to predator-prey relationships.  I am also very involved in marine invasive issues and research, particularly with respect to invasive tunicates. I am a member of the Alaska Marine Invasive Species subcommittee and the Didemnum vexillum Rapid Response Team.

Jonas Lamb

Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, Public Services Librarian

Phone: 796-6440


Egan Library

Egan Library, Room 202, Juneau Campus

Juneau Campus


M.F.A., Creative Writing & Literary Arts: Poetry, University of Alaska Anchorage (2018)

M.S., Library and Information Sciences, Drexel University (2008)

B.A., General Studies, University of Michigan (2003)


Lamb, J. (2018). “Let’s begin at the end: How a campus bookstore closure set the wheels in motion for a hybrid OER project” in Kristi Jensen & Shane Nackerud [Eds.], The Evolution of Affordable Content Efforts in the Higher Education Environment: Programs, Case Studies, and Examples. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing Services. 

Lamb, J. (2018). What Turtle Blood Tastes Like (Unpublished masters thesis). University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska.


American Library Association, member

Association of College and Research Libraries, member

Alaska Library Association, member

American Association of University Professors, member

Courses Taught

Humanities 120

Humanities 491- One Campus, One Book Internship (org supervisor)

Library and Information Literacy Instruction in Natural Sciences and Health Sciences courses

Library and Information Literacy Instruction in Humanities and Education courses (interim)


When not juggling work, kids, poems, and 100 year old houses, Jonas enjoys skiing, softball, hockey, hiking, kayaking and turning the up the volume.


  • One Campus One Book Committee, Chair (AY15-Present), Co-Chair (AY13-AY14) 
  • UAS Alt-Textbook and Open Educational Resources Project coordinator (AY15-Present)
  • First Year Experience Committee (AY15-Present)
  • Library Liaison to School of Career Education and Natural Sciences Department. (AY13-Present)
  • Interim Library Liaison to School of Education (Summer Semester Only)
  • Interim Library Liaison to Humanities Department (AY16, Fall)

Paulette Schirmer

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Phone: 907-790-6363


Arts and Sciences - Business & Public Administration

Juneau Campus


Tuesday, Wednesday: 1:30–4:30 p.m.

There are no student representatives at this time.

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