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

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.

Days of safety training and classroom learning are about to pay off for University students departing Sept. 3 for Alaska’s remote Interior … Read On

New Course Offering on “St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans” for Fall 2013

Considered among the most influential texts in the New Testament, St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans is the topic of a University course … Read On

APU grads vie for seat in 2014 state Senate race

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Two University alumni are seeking election to the Alaska State Senate from Anchorage. Felix Rivera, ’11, announced his campaign Aug. 1 … Read On

Victoria Hykes Steere, lawyer and APU assistant professor, wins award for advancing Native environmental justice

Liberal Studies Assistant Professor Victoria Hykes Steere has won the 2013 Caleb Pungowiyi Award presented by the Alaska Conservation … Read On

From Sea to Summit and Back Again

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When APU student Killian Sump rounded the bend to Aialik Bay in Kenai fjords National Park, he knew just what awaited. Towering peaks of … Read On

Chosen: Mei Mei Evans’ first novel attracts notice for social justice theme

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When one of the nation's worst oil spills contaminated Alaska shores, APU's Mei Mei Evans did more than watch in sadness. She … Read On

NANANordic Photo Book Now Available

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NANANordic is introducing the lifetime sport of cross-country skiing to rural Alaska through a sustainable Nordic ski program, starting … Read On

History and Culture of Alaska Natives – Group Project

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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

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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