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The campus conferred 62 degrees and certificates during its 53rd annual commencement hosted on Wednesday
The transfer was set in motion by a clause included in the recently passed $1.7 trillion federal spending bill
The purpose of the experiment is to probe the interior of the asteroid
Anthropology lab dedicated to late professor Alan Boraas
UA President: Infrastructure jobs are coming, Alaskans could fill them.
‘Getting people through the pipeline.’
After shedding interim label, she’s the first woman to hold the post.
System sees modest increase in budget for first time in years
UAS loses out on roof repair.
Begins in June.
Stable fiscal future.
“For Alaska” philanthropic campaign aims raise $200 million by 2024.
While each of our universities has its own identity and specialty, our strength comes from our shared vision for the future of higher education in Alaska.
UA head tells lawmakers jobs are school’s priority.
After a chaotic year, stability seems to have returned, and leaders are optimistic.
‘A merger is not being considered.’
Grant-funded effort offers a detailed look at where Alaska’s most at-risk populations live.
Johnsen’s resignation announcement came a week after the faculty union demanded he quit.
Like the virus, this budget challenge is real, painful and demands that we take swift action.