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UAS fish tech program has in-state focus

...generation of fisheries technology professionals with the University of Alaska Southeast's fisheries technology program.Barbara Morgan, the program's student support and community outreach coordinator for the Ketchikan campus, recently hosted an...
Today in History

...between the two once-warring countries.In 2007, space shuttle Endeavour roared into orbit with teacher-astronaut Barbara Morgan on board.Ten years ago: Alan Keyes, the Republican two-time presidential hopeful, threw his hat into Illinois...
This day in History: Aug. 21

...mah-ZHEED'), known as "Chemical Ali," and 14 other men on trial. Space shuttle Endeavour, with teacher-astronaut Barbara Morgan aboard, safely returned to Cape Canaveral, Fla.One year ago: Euphoric Libyan rebels raced into Tripoli and took...
Southeast fisheries investigate, anticipate ocean acidification

...meetings have shown a desire by the shellfish and seafood industry to help research and advocate, Donkersloot said. Barbara Morgan is research and training specialist for OceansAlaska, a shellfish Alaska research facility and aquarium in Southeast...
Free talks cover art to brown bears

...Women Journalists of Victorian England." Oct. 12, Dr. Dan Monteith, UAS assistant professor of anthropology and Barbara Morgan, UAS biology student, will present "Deep Discoveries in Southeast Alaska Caves." Oct. 19, UAS assistant professor...
Underground exploration

...Kosciusko Island, off the west coast of Prince of Wales Island and 75 miles northwest of Ketchikan. Expedition leader Barbara Morgan, a biology student at the University of Alaska Southeast, said it took three Kosciusko expeditions to identify...
Agnes 'Peggy' Parsons

...Stewart, his wife Brenda, her three children and his children Patrick and Rochelle, Little Elm, Texas; daughter Barbara Morgan, her husband Mike and their children Kourtnee and Seth, Mesquite, Texas; daughter Debi Lynch and her children...
Photo: Forest biology

University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan campus biology instructor Barbara Morgan, right foreground, talks about the role of alder trees to students studying plant life in a second-growth forest Wednesday morning on the Rainbird Trail in Ketchikan.


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