All Kaladi Brothers Cafés in Alaska will begin selling the new Team Spirit Seawolf Blend. The bright yellow one-pound bags of coffee feature a throwback school folder inspired design that highlights UAA sports programs that have long inspired young local athletes and entertained our community.
This month, just in time for March Madness, GCI is shining a spotlight on Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA), a statewide organization that directs, develops and supports Alaska’s high school interscholastic sports, academic and fine arts activities.
At the Alutiiq Museum, Marlise is currently working to connect with artists.
The Alaska Zoo has been dedicated to the conservation of Arctic and sub-Arctic species for 50 years; and on Feb. 27, the zoo will be celebrating one of the state’s most iconic animals on International Polar Bear Day.
In 2016 the University of Alaska (UA) launched Strategic Pathways, a plan to “maximize value to Alaska through excellent, accessible, and cost-effective higher education.” An early draft was published in February 2016, and three years later UA has made significant strides in pursuing its goals.
From the moment I learned that the programs for initial licensure within the University of Alaska Anchorage’s School of Education did not meet accreditation requirements, I have been focused on what we need to do to improve and reapply for full accreditation by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. UAA can reapply for accreditation in January 2020, and we believe that we will be ready.