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Faller’s metaphysics scholarship is selected for new anthology

APU Philosophy Professor Mark Faller is among contributors to a collection of theoretical essays on metaphysics, a discipline attracting … Read On

APU’s Pilch offers a glimpse of the heavens in art

Pilch - Astronomy Art

An APU art instructor whose work is in private collections around the world, Anchorage-based artist Tracey Pilch will exhibit an … Read On

Dr. Esther “Beth” Sullivan – Chairperson – Liberal Studies Department

Beth Sullivan

Dr. Esther “Beth” Sullivan Associate Professor of Theater Chairperson – Liberal Studies Department Chances are; if you have been … Read On

July Commencement: ‘I couldn’t have done it without APU’

They claimed diplomas, shook hands, smiled for the camera and exited the commencement stage into life’s next chapter. A typical scene, … Read On

Flags lowered in honor of Cheryll Heinze, former lawmaker and APU grad

In honor of Cheryll Heinze

Alaska flags were lowered in honor of Cheryll Heinze, an APU graduate who represented Anchorage in the state House. Heinze died July 10 … Read On

APU receives $100,000 Rasmuson grant for sustainability

Alaska Pacific University has received a second consecutive Rasmuson Foundation grant aimed at capacity building and … Read On

Cultural values and a fountain pen: My life in two worlds

Christy Hanson

A member of the Bitter Water Clan of the Navajo Nation, Christy Hanson is an intern at Alaska Pacific University through the First Alaskans … Read On

Christy Hanson – APU intern, First Alaskans Institute

Christy Hanson

Alaska Pacific University is among public and private sector employers statewide taking part in a summer internship program through … Read On

Early Honors grad Byers claims best finish for an Alaskan in NCAA Division 1 wrestling


Early Honors graduate and Chugiak High School wrestler Cayle Byers has won the Big 12 Conference Championship title at 197 pounds for … Read On

‘Most of the skills I use as Peace Corps volunteer I learned as a Liberal Studies major’


A Peace Corps volunteer in the Republic of Moldova in Eastern Europe, Liberal Studies major Katie McCraw, APU ’11, concentrated her … Read On