It will cost University of Alaska System students a little more to attend class next fall.
Next summer, 24 students from the North Slope will travel to the Pacific Northwest through the GeoFORCE Alaska program.
Molly Yerkes, the principal at Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School in Juneau, was surprised with an unrestricted $25,000 Milken Educator Award at a school-wide assembly.
Alaska Pacific University has launched the Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program, a corporate leadership development initiative that is a partnership of five Alaska Native corporations and APU.
The University of Alaska’s acclaimed Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program known as ANSEP is embarked on an ambitious course that could remake rural Alaska education if it could be expanded.
The White House is setting Arctic policy. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is investigating locations for an Arctic port.
A University of Alaska effort to increase students’ credit loads is starting to pay off.
Students at every level are seeing increasing opportunities to use technology in the classroom, whether they’re sixth graders or undergraduates.
KENAI — Decades in the making, 96 rooms in 30 apartment-like residences are now open to students at Kenai Peninsula College.
KENAI — As several hundred people crowded around, waiting to get into the glass, steel and aluminum space housing the Kenai Peninsula College-Kenai River Campus’ new Career and Technical Education Center Aug. 15, Spencer Litzenberger had a different idea.
A $200,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant will allow Zender Environmental Health and Research Group continue its environmental technician training program for unemployed rural Alaskans.
Twenty-five Alaska high school seniors will each receive a $4,000 scholarship from the BP Principals’ and Commissioner’s Scholarship program.