The extension was granted after a rigorous review process led by deans from highly regarded colleges of business and management outside Alaska.
The eight leaders were chosen from a pool of diverse and highly qualified candidates and include three Alaskans and five university leaders from outside of Alaska.
Online courses will still be available, as they were before the pandemic, and housing on-campus will also be available.
UAA Business Plan Competition Winners Include Start-ups for Indigenous Eco-tourism and a Tiny Home Community
This year’s competition was open to both UAA students and community members.
Chancellors Bruce Schultz, Dan White, and Karen Carey explain how the University of Alaska system is paving the way for students to seek higher education and meet their goals.
The grant is to acquire heavy-duty equipment needed to expand workforce training efforts and will be matched with $499,040 in local funds.