While drone technology may have been born elsewhere, in Alaska its capabilities have been put to the test, and now the aeronautics industry is taking off on St. Paul Island.
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.
Claudia Lampman, vice provost for student success and professor of psychology at UAA, explains how the university has keep student connected throughout the pandemic.
AEDC President and CEO Bill Pop explains how the University of Alaska is uniquely positioned to help support workers and businesses in the post-COVID-19 economy.
Cathy Sandeen, outgoing UAA chancellor, speaks of the deep ties UAA has to the community.
Schultz will begin in that role on January 4, 2021 succeeding outgoing chancellor Cathy Sandeen. He is expected to serve in that capacity until a permanent chancellor is named. The search will begin later this month.
Northern Air Cargo General Manager Gideon Garcia shares his insight on how UAA’s aviation programs are supporting the state’s workforce and businesses.
UAS, UAF Sign Alaska Advantage Agreement, Providing Dual Enrollment Opportunities for Alaskan High School Students
UAS and UAF signed an agreement for Alaska Advantage, a program which provides high-quality online dual enrollment opportunities for Alaska’s high school students.
This fall, UAA will offer a suite of Fast Track Career Certificates based on current and emerging state economic trends. The certificates will help Alaskans retool rapidly and acquire new skills to re-enter the workforce or build upon existing skills in their chosen field.
Three major Southeast Alaska Native groups are pushing two parallel alternatives to a proposal to merge the University of Alaska Southeast into another UA university to alleviate the institution’s financial pressures.