Sealaska Heritage Institute is expanding its early literacy program to Anchorage through a partnership with the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
The UAA College of Business and Public Policy is taking entries for its 2023 Business Plan Competition through February 17, with finalists pitching to investors in April.
The UAF College of Business and Security Management celebrated coal mine president Joe Usibelli Jr. as its 44th Business Leader of the Year.
The structural portion of building the new Auke Bay Integrated Science Building at UAS formally concluded on October 31, 2022, with a “Sign the Beam” ceremony.
UAF is the first university in Alaska to join the National Association of Collegiate Esports, a nationwide league for competitive video gamers.
Engineering firm Stantec won a Corporate Partner Service award from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society for promoting Alaska Native STEM education.
The UAF Geophysical Institute operates the only 3D metal printer in the UA System. It was purchased in mid-2020 but not ready for use until this year.
Out of every school in the nation, West Anchorage High School is being honored by the National Federation of State High School Associations.
Alaska Public Media is partnering with UAA to let journalism and public communications students train in its TV studio.
Federal grants totaling $35.3 million pay for twenty-eight programs statewide to support Alaska Native students and teach Native languages and culture.