Dr. Paula Martin has been hired as Campus Director of the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus.
...care professionals at the hospital, hands-on activities with SEARHC dental staff and training at the University of Alaska Southeast Sitka. The program will include a graduation ceremony. The goal for VHOP is to cultivate and encourage an interest...
The impact of the Southeast Alaskan environment on residents and visitors can't be measured, but it can be appreciated, particularly in the work and words of the region's scientists, writers, artists and culture bearers. A handful of well-known Southeast Alaskans offered such an opportunity Saturday during an eight-hour catamaran trip to Admiralty Island, organized by KJ Metcalf and the nonprofit group Friends of Admiralty Island.
The University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus recently announced that Sitka artist Teri Rofkar will be presented with an honorary doctorate degree at the University's Spring commencement ceremonies on May 1. She will also be the commencement speaker, and preside over an assemblage of ceremonial dancers wearing many of her robes."This will be the first occasion in historic time that this many of this type of robes will be dancing," Rofkar said in a release.
A new biology class offered at the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus by associate professor Kitty LaBounty will itself be a "hybrid," according to a release this week.
SITKA - Just a few decades ago, researchers were repurposing kitchen timers to test how deep marine mammals can dive. Now they can track the same animals in real time.
Renowned Northwest Coast basketry weaver Delores Churchill will be teaching her craft at the University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus in July.From July 7 through 18, this two-week workshop will meet each weeknight from 6 to 9...
SKAGWAY - Coffee, it appears, is the fuel of novels. At 6:45 a.m. Thursday, before sunrise in every state but Alaska, writers came - mugs in hand - to open the fifth North Words Writers Symposium in Skagway.
Sixteen Alaska Native/American Indian high school students, including two from Thunder Mountain High School, learned about health careers as they participated in the 2014 Ethel Lund Village Health Occupations Program (VHOP) April 21-25 in Sitka.
Lauren Oakes, a Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University, will speak at the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka campus, about climate change and its impact on yellow cedar forests, as part of UAS' Natural History seminar.
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