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Late Application Deadline - Professional Studies Programs, Module 2

Late application deadline for the upcoming fall semester, module 2, for all Professional Studies Programs. Application for admission must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. AKST. $25 late application

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Priority Application Deadline - International Students

Priority application deadline for all international students, regardless of program. Application for admission must be received by 5:00 p.m. AKST.

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Acro Yoga Workshop

Acro Yoga is a physical practice that blends elements of yoga and acrobatics. It is a playful practice that promotes community as you work with others to create fun and unique yoga postures.

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President's Forum Luncheon

Join the Alaska Pacific University President's Forum in the Atwood Center for lunch on October 1st, 11:30 to 1pm. President Don Bantz will report on the state of the University and new developments

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Last Day to Add/Drop (Session)

Last Day to Add/Drop. Affects Session courses.

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Coffee House Live

Have a talent you want to show off? Come to APU's Coffee House Live for great performances, snacks, and drinks. Special guest Jared Woods will be joining us to help kick off this event. To

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Announcing MS in Outdoor and Environmental Education with Teaching Certificate hybrid graduate program

Alaska Pacific University is now offering graduate students the ability to receive a Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education and a K-8 Teaching Certificate in one program. This option … Read On

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Fall 2013 in Review: Outdoor Studies Master’s Theses and Senior Projects

This past December, Outdoor Studies undergraduate seniors and Master of Outdoor and Environmental Education students presented their senior projects and theses to the APU and Anchorage communities. … Read On

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John Butler, Ed.D.

Teaching enables me to work in the realm of learning and to help people realize personal and career goals. In turn I hope my APU students will help their future K–8 students achieve their full potential. Read On

Eeva Latosuo

Eeva Latosuo

With a background in ski patrolling and backcountry skiing, Eeva has focused in maintaining and developing a strong snow curriculum at APU. Read On

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Renee Georg, MS

As an educator, I hope always to develop caring relationships with students that allow for the safety of taking risks and appearing foolish. I believe that to truly learn, one must be open to new perspectives, be willing to explore alternatives, and be curious about the unknown. Read On

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Roman Dial, Ph.D.

For me, the best part of being an academic is when I share in the learning experience. That is, when I learn too. And this happens best with a group of seven to ten students who are adventuresome and eager to discover new ideas, perspectives, and stories—who seek not a dry recitation of facts, but an uncovering of understanding through the direct experience of learning. Read On

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APU on the Air: KTVA visits Louise’s Farm School

Anchorage-based KTVA Channel 11 highlights the University’s outdoors-based education in a segment about Louise’s Farm School. Aired Oct. 29 and reported by KTVA’s Lauren Maxwell, the news … Read On

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Flesh Eating Zombies Take Over Moseley Sports Center in Zombie Tag

What do you get when you place college students turned zombies in a school gymnasium with a mission to run… Zombie Tag of course! This past week APU students mixed some Halloween spirit with … Read On

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Bantz: Expedition Alaska is ‘transformative’

Among faculty traveling the Yukon River with APU’s Expedition Alaska course was University President Don Bantz. He’s back at his desk, giving thought to Expedition AK 2014, and sends along these … Read On

Teaching Assistant Betsy Young, ’03, works with Assistant Professor Amanda Booth to help inventory expedition gear, much of it provided by the University. Booth teaches the natural history section of Expedition Alaska.

Pinholes, Xtratufs and a whole lot of pasta: Expedition Alaska heads for the Yukon River

Days of safety training and classroom learning are about to pay off for University students departing Sept. 3 for Alaska’s remote Interior and a 158-mile float trip along the Yukon River. “For … Read On

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