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Every year, student editors learn about book publishing through the Tidal Echoes Literary and Arts Journal project. Check out the 2020 edition, featuring artist Pat Race and playwright Mo Longworth. Author readings, videos, excerpts, and how to purchase this year's edition on the Tidal Echoes Launch website.
The Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center builds partnerships and catalyzes collaborative ecological, economic, and social research in the north Pacific coastal temperate rainforest to support vibrant and resilient communities and ecosystems. ACRC is a research center at the University of Alaska Southeast focusing on the north Pacific coastal temperate rainforest. We're housed in the Pacific Northwest Research Station's Juneau Forestry Sciences Lab, adjacent to the UAS Juneau campus.
Each year as part of its commitment to National Undergraduate Research Week, UAS hosts the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Symposium. This event, open to the campus and community, brings together undergraduate students from all disciplines who offer presentations and posters highlighting research and other special projects they’ve conducted throughout the academic year.
Henry Masters brings his love of fishing, the ecology of river habitats, and the outdoors to a whole new level with the Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URECA) program at UAS.