Alaska Pacific University is alive with entrepreneurs!


More than 50 local entrepreneurs eager for real-world advice gathered at APU for the annual Entrepreneurial Edge Speed Coaching and Boot … Read On

We should demand better from our policy makers and the press?

I don’t think I am alone in being confused about what the imminent sequestration really means.  Must air traffic controllers be … Read On

Ice Wall


We have ice forming on our first on campus ice wall! The ice wall is located on the back of the Moseley Sports Center. We are hoping for … Read On

Alaska’s storied Yukon River is a classroom without walls for new students in 2013


Alaska Pacific University has unveiled a first-of-its-kind course that combines active learning and academic excellence with only-in-Alaska … Read On

Stoeger: ‘Science, philosophy and theology take us beyond what we already know’

The Rev. Bill Stoeger, S.J., Ph.D., speaks Monday, Feb. 11, at an APU public lecture focusing on the fit between God’s creation and the … Read On

Invasive species in Alaska waters are focus of grad student’s work on Smithsonian project

Invasive species in Alaska waters are focus of grad student's work on Smithsonian project APU graduate student Danielle Verna, MSES '13 … Read On

Evans’ ‘Oil and Water’ earns national notice for social justice themes


Liberal Studies Associate Professor Mei Mei Evans has published her first novel, drawing in part on first-hand experiences of the Exxon … Read On

Vatican scientist is APU featured speaker on God’s creation and the Big Bang

A Vatican Observatory scientist specializing in high-energy astrophysics and theoretical cosmology offers an APU public lecture focusing on … Read On