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University of Alaska Anchorage News
July 16, 2021
With this new partnership with UAA, the district estimates students will average about 50 hours in the air.
Students receive dual credit for both high school and college through the program. The district pays for the flight time and the cost of UAA course credits.
July 5, 2021Micah Hahn, Ph.D. and assistant professor of environmental health in UAA’s Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, recently co-released the preliminary results of the Southcentral Wildfire Study. She teamed up with researchers at John Hopkins University to study the mental health impacts wildfire has on Alaska’s residents.Read Article
July 1, 2021
The sun beamed down on golfers at the Save Seawolf Hockey Golf Tournament, and organizers hope the forecast for the future of the University of Alaska Anchorage hockey team is just as bright.
University of Alaska Fairbanks News
July 25, 2021It’s hard to envision how profoundly our knowledge of the place we live would be poorer for their absence — but none of them might have come into being without the establishment of the University of Alaska’s Geophysical Institute, which celebrates its 75th birthday this week.Read Article
July 22, 2021
July 21, 2021
A new high-performance computing cluster hosted by the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute and provided by the federal government can help save lives and benefit national defense.
University of Alaska Southeast News
July 22, 2021“Since 2011 Greens Creek has provided scholarship funding to over 350 Alaska residents to help gain the skills necessary to be successful in the mining industry,” wrote UAS Chancellor Karen Carey. “With over $500,000 going directly to student aid, Hecla Greens Creek is UAS’ largest sponsor of students.”Read Article
July 13, 2021
Last year, glaciologist Jason Amundson of the University of Alaska Southeast actually flew out to investigate one of the bigger ice quakes near Wright Glacier and Mount Ogden on the United States-Canada border.
June 16, 2021Concluding a challenging 15 months of COVID-19 modified programming, University of Alaska Southeast Outdoor Studies students completed two capstone field courses this spring.Read Article