- Acts as the first point of contact for students interested in learning more about UAS programs in Education. Provides information to prospective graduate students about admission procedures, policies, and course offerings. Advises current students on requirements, policies, course offerings and procedures.
- Loves the small class sizes and the accessibility of professors at UAS; the friendliness of the campus community; the proximity of UAS campuses to world-class rainforest, marine, and glacial ecosystems; the proximity of UAS campuses to the ancestral homeland of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people; and the focus on Southeast Alaskan indigenous studies.
- The most memorable experience she had with a teacher was participating in a special topics course related to an archeological and geological survey of Berners Bay with Prof. Dan Monteith. In this hands-on, outdoor course, students provided data for a paleo-shoreline modeling and mapping project and studied petroglyphs in areas in and around Juneau.
Elisabeth was born and raised in Fairbanks and moved to Juneau in 2009 to complete her Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences at UAS. She previously worked at the Keith B Mather Library in the International Arctic Research Center for a year at UAF and then at the UAS Bookstore for over 4 years as a student assistant and fair trade specialist. In her free time she enjoys playing with her young child, dogs, video games, hiking, fishing, disc golfing, and gardening.