Humans have for a long time admired the design of this creature, one that can fly backwards and zigzag with abrupt turns.
Quality Matters (QM), which promotes high-caliber online education, designated UAF’s online special education and teaching program as “exemplary.” UAF is the first university to earn that status from QM in any field.
A collaborative, cross-school program helps Alaska grow its own veterinarians and for local clinics to make an investment in the future workforce.
BP is investing more than $280,000 in UAA’s College of Engineering and the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program in 2019.
On sandy barrier islands between mountains and the sea, two different birds that look alike lay their eggs side-by-side. Biologists here are learning more about the less-common, more mysterious one.
The chair of the University of Alaska Board of Regents has announced appointments to a task force that will explore options for the university system’s future structure, outlined the options the group will consider, and set out the process the task force will follow.
Made more than 1,800 years ago, it’s the oldest known human footprint ever found in the North American sub-Arctic.
A new review of glacier research data paints a picture of a future planet with a lot less ice and a lot more water.
Brittany Jones’s goal is to find out the respiration rates of five species of clams. But why should anyone care about clam breath?
UA President Jim Johnsen reflects on the efforts UA has made to help provide an educated, dedicated workforce for the state’s industries.