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The UAS Juneau campus is a supportive, diverse learning community set amidst unparalleled natural beauty. Visit the Juneau campus...
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Undergraduate research opportunities in the largest national forest in the U.S.
The UAS Sitka and Ketchikan campuses offer more e-Learning credit hours than any other UA campus.
Known for e-Learning courses for students across Alaska and beyond. Visit the Sitka campus...
UAS is the only place in the world where you can study Tlingit as an undergraduate.
Study in the local backcountry with Outdoor Studies or another country with Academic Exchange.
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UAS professors examine Charlie Hebdo shootings
KTOO - A professor of French pop culture history at the University of Alaska Southeast is questioning how Americans should show solidarity with France in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shootings. Professor Robin Walz held a seminar Friday called “I am (not) Charlie.” ...More