Earlier this month, the University of Alaska Fairbanks participated in an international field school in Utqiaġvik, giving early-career researchers a broad view of the Arctic coastal system and how it’s changing, along with some different methods for studying it.
The University of Alaska is moving forward with a controversial Haines-area timber sale. With more information in front of the University’s Board of Regents this week, they were nearly unanimous in their decision to approve a development and disposal plan.
The University of Alaska’s Board of Regents will review plans for a proposed timber sale in the Chilkat Valley. The decision on whether the board would approve the development and disposal plan for the sale was postponed at a meeting last month.
Graduation ceremonies over the weekend celebrated local high school graduates’ accomplishments and the bright futures ahead of them. At the ceremony for Juneau’s smallest high school, speakers celebrated the kids who almost didn’t make it.