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Massive mountain rockslide near Juneau shakes the earth on Christmas Eve

— Around Christmas, there were reports of an earthquake and major mountain rockslide in the wilderness near Juneau. But what came first: The earthquake or the slide? Jamie Tait is a helicopter pilot based out of Atlin, British Columbia. The day after Christmas, he and his family were flying along the Taku River valley after checking on a cabin in the area. ...More

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Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center Names New Director Tom Thornton

January 22, 2021

ACRC is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Thornton as ACRC Director as of April 11, 2021.

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UAS Celebrates Student Success Chancellor’s and Dean’s Lists - Fall 2020 Semester

January 20, 2021

UAS Chancellor Karen Carey, Interim Dean Paula Martin of the School of Arts & Sciences, Dean Pete Traxler of the School of Career and Technical Education, and Executive Dean Steve Atwater of the Alaska College of Education are proud to recognize students for their scholarly achievements.

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Sealaska Corporation Supports Scholarships for Alaska Native Language Student Enrollment

January 15, 2021

The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) announces a tuition scholarship offered in support from Sealaska Corporation for students enrolled in Spring 2021 Alaska Native Language courses.

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Student Workshops Go Remote at Virtual Sitka Whalefest Science Festival

January 6, 2021

This year, students weren’t able to travel to Sitka but that doesn’t mean they didn’t get their (gloved) hands dirty.

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UAS RASOR Program and Tribal Mentors Guide High School Students in Community-based Research and Prepare Them for College Success

January 5, 2021

The Rural Alaska Students in One-Health Research (RASOR) program started its second year ready to tackle new challenges. Ten Southeast Alaska students from Metlakatla, Petersburg, Sitka, and Craig and three Mt. Edgecumbe students from Unalakleet, Huslia, and Tyonek joined this year.

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