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Roman Dial Meditates on the Fate of the Planet

Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet is an illustrated collection of 365 daily meditations soon to be released by Rocky … Read On

APU Congratulates Anne Benolkin, Recipient of the 2014 Zale Parry Scholarship

Alaska Pacific University student, Anne Benolkin, was recently announced as the 2014 recipient of the Zale Perry Scholarship. Administered … Read On

Molly Ahlgren Scholarship Winner speaks: “I’ll strive to do justice to her memory”

Marine Biology undergraduate "Chayo" Rosario Fuentes, '17, is a winner of the Molly Ahlgren scholarship, named for the Sitka-based aquatics … Read On

Environmental Science graduate student shares her story: “I came to APU because of research opportunities”

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APU student Christina Rinas, ’15, is a National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology Fellow pursuing a master’s degree in environmental … Read On

APU on the Web: Candela explains icefield study for LinkTV viewers

Glacier science undertaken by double-major Sal Candela is showcased in a short film that takes viewers to one of the world’s largest … Read On

University teams with tribe-based council to gather watershed data

Efforts to gain knowledge about the Kuskowkim River watershed is the object of a canoe trip that will take team leader Martin Leonard, … Read On

APU takes active learning to continent’s tallest peak as students share authorship of National Park Service report

Four APU students are co-authors with Associate Professor Michael Loso on a technical report published by the National Park Service and … Read On

21st century conservation is Cornick’s focus for international gatherings, handbook

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A symposium developed by Marine Biology Professor Leslie Cornick has gained the attention of international conferences and led to a book … Read On

Daily News readers gain insight into University’s long-term study of giant Pacific octopus

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Anchorage Daily News readers learned about the University’s pioneering research on the little-understood giant Pacific octopus and whether … Read On

Law seminar highlights Cornick’s research on Cook Inlet belugas

Associate Professor Leslie Cornick was among invited presenters at a continuing-education seminar for lawyers focusing on the Endangered … Read On