Margo Fliss is the first Entrepreneurship Development Professional (EDP) certified in Alaska.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center, Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program, and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium formed a new partnership to bridge the gap between culture and modern technology.
A twenty-year veteran of Alaska nonprofits is joining United Way of Anchorage’s senior executive leadership team.
The fifth annual survey by the Alaska Small Business Development Center at UAA finds a more positive attitude among business owners, compared to the challenges of the last two years.
A forecast for the Alaska economy in 2022 anticipates approximately the same 2.2 percent job growth as 2021, unless federal infrastructure spending rolls out quickly.
To increase UAA’s capacity to train registered nurses, its College of Health has been awarded $2.1 million from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Funds.
Since earnings from the Permanent Fund have been spent on state government in recent years, research into effects of the fund’s annual dividends has entered a new phase.
Stability is the focus for interim University of Alaska President Pat Pitney. In a speech to the Anchorage Downtown Rotary Club, Pitney said, “If we can get stable financial footing from the state, we can repair the work with the students. We can get them back.”
Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program’s (ANSEP) assistant director Dr. Michele Yatchmeneff recently accepted a position as the Executive Director of Alaska Native Education and Outreach for UAA.
In the past year, schools at all levels partnered with telecommunication companies to implement technology on an unprecedented scale.