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S3: Stem Science Symposium

At Sitka WhaleFest, UAS biology students experience career inspiration and renewed motivation for STEM coursework at a critical juncture in their college careers. Check out the video on this exciting opportunity.

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UAS.EDU

The University of Alaska Southeast offers online learning options that fit around your life­ and within your budget.

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Living and Learning on the Juneau Campus

Welcome to the Juneau Campus! Part tour/part introduction to life at UAS, be sure to check out this 2-minute video to get a feel for our unique and inspiring residential campus. Contact us to arrange for a campus tour.

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June is LGBTQ Pride Month

The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally. At UAS, we value and support our students, staff, and faculty through programs such as Safe Zone, Campus Inclusivity Alliance, and the Power and Privilege Symposium.

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Whale, what are you waiting for?

Nothing feels as good as achieving your educational goals. Make today the day you apply to UAS.

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Shop Online at the UAS Gear Shop

Show your UAS pride! Order online and we'll ship to you. Logo wear will also be available to purchase at the Juneau Commencement Reception, May 5th, Mourant Bldg.

UAS logo wear also sold at the Lakeside Store, Juneau Campus, M-F noon-4:30 pm.

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Save 25% on Tuition for Career and Technical Courses

Now is a great time to earn your Occupational Endorsement with 25% tuition reduction on selected courses.

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Undergraduate Research

At the University of Alaska Southeast, we believe in strong academics combined with professional experience. Experts in their subjects, our faculty are more than professors, they are true mentors. UAS degree program undergraduates have unique opportunities for rigorous research and preparation for a career in their chosen field of study.

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Northwest Coast Arts Program

UAS and Sealaska partnered together to create the new Northwest Coast Arts Program. Explore the traditional methods, materials, and images of Northwest Coast Native peoples.

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UAS in the News

Margie Thomson receives Mildred Boesser Equal Rights Award

Margie Thomson, coordinator for counseling, health and disability services, will be receiving the Mildred Boesser Equal Rights Award for her work with a transgender support group. The award is annually given to a community member who advocates for LGBTQ rights.

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Opinion: University of Alaska is committed to preparing our future teachers

Alaska desperately needs Alaska-trained teachers and in response to our growing teacher shortage, the University of Alaska has expanded its support of the recruitment, preparation and retention of our state’s PK-12 teachers. To increase the recruitment and retention of teachers, the Alaska Statewide Mentoring Project (ASMP) provides mentor support, this year working with more than 150 early career teachers. UA supports Educators Rising, a national organization that helps steer high school students to the teaching profession.

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Big whales eat tiny fish at hatchery buffets

At the Hidden Falls Hatchery in Chatham Strait, three whales have tapped into a yearly all-you-can-eat buffet. The whales have learned that the hatchery releases juvenile salmon in the same place each summer, providing a reliable snack for the roaming predators. Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences and the University of Alaska Southeast have spent nine years studying the impact of this predation on hatchery fish. Now, CFOS graduate student Madison Kosma wants to understand how the predation contributes to each whale’s diet.

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