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Prioritization reports go public

August 25, 20140

UAA released its final reports for the massive review process known as prioritization Aug. 13. The project, with many hours…

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Last call at the polls

August 25, 20140

Depending on when you're reading this, you're either: a) Basking in satisfaction, having cast your ballot in the 2014 primary…

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Former engineering dean sues UAA

August 5, 20140

Tien-Chien Jen, whose abrupt resignation in May as dean of the College of Engineering had some scratching their chins, has…

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UAF starts laying off people amid budget woes

July 22, 20140

A reduction in state funding combined with rising fixed costs will force layoffs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The…

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Black bear with two cubs shot near Goose Lake

July 22, 20140

A black bear family that had since early June been a familiar sight around UAA will not be returning. Alaska…

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Prioritization update

July 22, 20140

UAA Chancellor Tom Case has announced that reports for the massive review process known as prioritization will be released Aug.…

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With decimal mistake, students become millionaires

July 22, 20140

Low-income students have inadvertently presented themselves as millionaires on an application for federal financial student aid — making it less…

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Survey: Rapes not investigated at 2 in 5 colleges

July 22, 20140

A survey of colleges and universities finds a lack of coordination between many campuses and local law enforcement in handling…

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Anchorage bus routes arrive on Google Maps

July 22, 20140

Anchorage bus routes and schedules are now available to smartphone users through the Google Maps app. Anchorage officials announced last…

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Program prioritization report submitted to provost

July 8, 20141

UAA’s 18-member Academic Task Force submitted its final report on program prioritization to Provost Elisha Baker on June 30. The…

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Denali Alaskan ATMs on the way out

June 24, 20140

After selecting another competitor on a contract put up for bid, Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union will be withdrawing five…

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Regents convene in Anchorage UAA students offer testimony

June 10, 20140

After a slow start Thursday morning in UAA’s Gorsuch Commons, the 11-member University of Alaska Board of Regents opened the…

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College of Engineering dean abruptly resigns

May 20, 20141

Following an inspirational speech by civil engineering graduate Michael Ulroan at this year’s commencement ceremony, the College of Engineering now…

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News Briefs

May 20, 20140

Kelly Ireland and AP BOSNIA FLOODS TRIGGER LANDSLIDES, UNEARTH MINES BRCKO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) – Floodwaters triggered more than 3,000 landslides…

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