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Noted Alaskan Author, Don Rearden, Visits APU Class


Dave Onofrychuk's "Epic Journeys" September block class welcomed special guest Don Rearden, author of one of the course's texts, "The … Read On

Getting the Story Right


Earlier this month, Visiting Writing Instructor Dave Onofrychuk addressed banquet attendees at the annual fall conference of the Alaska … Read On

Bantz welcomes Early Honors students: ‘Call me Don’

Advanced high schoolers enrolled in APU’s Early Honors program gained an up-close view of active learning when President Don Bantz strode … Read On

Two for Two


Mark Faller, Professor of Philosophy at Alaska Pacific University has just had a second chapter published in as many months, in the recently … Read On

Banned Books Week 2012: 30 Years of Liberating Literature

From September 30 through October 6, we observe Banned Books Week: Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Freedom to Read! The Library … Read On

Sustainability News Blast


Welcome back APUers. The new semester is only a few days old and the gratifying smell of summer vacation still lingers in the air, soon to … Read On

Anchorage Startup Weekend – Sept 21-23, 2012


Startup Week at Alaska Pacific University’s Atwood Hall is a weekend-long, hands-on experience where entrepreneurs and aspiring … Read On

New courses highlight sustainability, Alaska as our classroom, pre-med track

Courses that underscore APU’s commitment to sustainability and Alaska as our classroom are among new offerings in the fall … Read On

APU undergrad earns a spot in NSF geophysics research program

APU undergraduate Sam Friedman,’13, is among advanced student scholars selected for a National Science Foundation summer program focusing … Read On

Daquon Brunson, Early Honors student

Daquon Brunson

Being a standout track and field athlete in High School can be tough. Training, classes, dating, prom, college applications, and the weather … Read On