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Alaska Pacific University is alive with entrepreneurs!


More than 50 local entrepreneurs eager for real-world advice gathered at APU for the annual Entrepreneurial Edge Speed Coaching and Boot … Read On

Evans’ ‘Oil and Water’ earns national notice for social justice themes


Liberal Studies Associate Professor Mei Mei Evans has published her first novel, drawing in part on first-hand experiences of the Exxon … Read On

No Better Training than Motherhood


by Mabel Baldwin-Schaeffer “It wasn’t the last time I’d find that there’s no better training grounds for politics than … Read On

The APU Log Moves On

Handstand on the APU Log

An old friend is about to go through a transformation as Alaska Pacific University changes our “look” with the installation of a new … Read On

Fall Updates

Atwood Boilers: After

Energy Upgrades The Board of Trustees approved APU’s Climate Action Plan at their Board meeting on October 26.  At their summer meeting … Read On

Spring Creek Farm Journal Week 1

Northern Lights at Spring Creek Farm

The trail wound its way up into the hills, around small, weed-edged ponds, and across a shallow stream. It was lined with spruce trees and … 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 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