History and Culture of Alaska Natives – Group Project


This group project was done for a course deliberately designed to challenge assumptions made about the history and culture of Alaska … Read On

Ecotheology and Pebble Mine


Sam Friedman recently completed two Bachelor’s degrees at APU - A Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with a Religious Studies … Read On

Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Tlingit poet and Alaska State Writer Laureate, is APU commencement speaker on April 27

Internationally ranked scholar and writer Nora Marks Dauenhauer returns to her alma mater April 27 as commencement speaker at Alaska Pacific … Read On

Career and Technical Education in an Adolescent Alaska Native Treatment Program


By Brenda Jones I became interested in Career and Technical Education program development at The Pathway Home after conversations with … Read On

Affordability, Part 2: APU’s Proposed Tuition Sticker Price Reduction

One year ago, I wrote a piece on “Affordability and Quality at Alaska’s only Private Baccalaureate Liberal Arts University” for this … Read On

Travel to India: Global Social Entrepreneurship and Journeys for Change

ST: BAM 492 - January 2014 Block - Travel to India: Global Social Entrepreneurship and Journeys for Change This course will explore the … Read On

Spring in Alaska


In Alaska, winter is often long and brutal. For seven months, we experience subfreezing temperatures, huge amounts of snowfall and lots of … Read On

Education Testimonial

The Education Department at Alaska Pacific University provides a meaningful educational experience for students that want to become … Read On

An Honest Man


Historical fiction is an effective yet underutilized method of teaching history and I wanted to demonstrate how it can be used in the … Read On

An Adventure-Based Education and Therapy Program for At-Risk Youth in Alaska


There are struggling kids in Alaska who desire or need direction and positive inspiration for change in their lives. Everything we do, we do … Read On