Alaska is center of the world for logistics professor and textbook author

For logistics professionals, the North isn’t an outpost. It’s the center of the world. Just ask Darren Prokop, a logistics professor at University of...

Collaborating to bridge the gap

Education is often viewed as the cornerstone to success, and education administrators often focus on ensuring middle and high school students graduate with diplomas...

UAA engineers deliver asteroid anchor to NASA

University of Alaska Anchorage students recently traveled to Johnson Space Center in Houston, where NASA tasked them with developing the next stage of space...

When Jerry Brown came to Nome

A few Alaska researchers recently accepted a surprise assignment of giving Jerry Brown a tour of the Seward Peninsula.The California governor was stopping in...

Learning by heart at the hospital

A new faculty-led internship option is linking University of Alaska Anchorage students with their future peers across the street at Providence Hospital.Last year, Maryann...

With an impending nursing shortage, UAA’s School of Nursing steps up to the plate

In the United States, health care is one of the fastest growing job sectors in the country. According to the U.S. Department of Labor...

Aspiring nurses get networking, skills head-start at RRANN camp

She’s lived all over Alaska — Barrow, Metlakatla, Dutch Harbor, Anchorage — and plans to travel to the Lower 48 to begin her college...

A career in community service: School of Social Work professor Tracey Burke tackles food...

In Alaska, 102,670 residents, or 1 in 7 people, struggle with hunger. Of the 102,670, about 20 percent of those struggling to obtain a...

College of Engineering adds K-12 Coordinator

UAA’s College of Engineering has hired its first ever K-12 Coordinator, Vicki Nechodomu. She’ll serve as the chief liaison between the engineering college and...
A UAA School of Nursing cohort at the Kodiak Outreach Site take a minute for a class a picture. Photo courtesy of Margaret Draskovich.

From associate to bachelor’s: How UAA’s School of Nursing is answering Kodiak’s health care...

In 1977, Margie Mete was a young nurse who had recently graduated with her nursing diploma. Like many young nurses of her time, she...

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