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University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • The Business and Public Admin profs are ready to take your photo!
    🌟Spring Carnival 2019 💥
    Stop on by!

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • It's Spring Carnival time!!

    We can't wait! See you there 😀

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • Message from Chancellor: Budget Update #2

    "Thank you for your patience and your attention to the budget process. We are going to continue to advocate for your success as an Alaskan student." - Chancellor Rick Caulfield

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • Northrim Bank has renewed their investment in the University of Alaska Southeast with a $62,632 contribution presented at Northrim's Annual Economic Summit in Juneau, April 15. The bank’s contribution will be split between the UAS Business & Public Administration Department ($52,632) and $5,000 each to UAS Sitka and Ketchikan Campuses for the areas of greatest need.

    Northrim has contributed more than $300,000 to UAS since 2011. Northrim’s support of the Business and Public Administration programs allow the department to sponsor undergraduate experiential learning opportunities, including student participation in professional development. Through Northrim's support, UAS students have participated in the Juneau Economic Development Council's Innovation Summit the past few years to network and learn from business and industry leaders in Juneau and Southeast.

    Photo: Dr. Charla Brown, second from left, UAS Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, UAS Chancellor Richard Caulfield, Northrim Bank representatives

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • Take a look around on your next walk to campus and grab a flag! 🚩

    Thanks to Margie Thomson, Coordinator for Disability and Counseling Services, and UAS Facilities Services there are pedestrian crossing flags at the entrance to UAS.

    #latergram

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • Loki the Trickster is up to his shenanigans again.

    Sources report Loki wants to have a better view of our wonderful students, staff, and faculty enjoying the cultures and environment of Southeast Alaska. Loki will be hopping out from behind the 70-year-old Mugo Pine and landing in an adjacent spring flower bed in the Mourant Courtyard.

    Loki likes to create a certain amount of chaos to keep things moving forward. Don't let Loki's new location startle you (too much).

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • Congratulations, Claire!

    Allison Neeland, Writing Specialist and Dr. Michael Collins, Visiting Assistant Professor of History recognized Claire Hegelson as the winner of the first UAS Student Essay Writing Contest. Claire was presented with the award and read from her essay at this week’s URECA symposium.

    Claire’s essay entitled “Colonialism’s Legacy and the Traditional Strength to Heal” argues for using traditional Indigenous healing practices to heal the wounds of grief and to restore the balance that continues to be dismantled by colonialism. Her essay was chosen as this year’s contest winner because it effectively blended personal reflection with academic research and careful analysis. Throughout her essay, she wove together the voices of Tlingit scholars, a clan mother, trauma specialists, western philosophers, and her own experience of grief.

    Claire’s work will be available in Scholarworks@UA (link below), the @uasystem’s Institutional Repository for research and works by students, faculty, and staff.

    Scholarworks@UA: https://loom.ly/XfTpasY

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • *UAS Press Release*
    UAS Receives Alaska Humanities Forum Grant to Create Tlingit Language Radio Broadcasts

    The University of Alaska Southeast has received a grant to create a Tlingit language radio program and a multimedia Word of the Week Program in partnership with KTOO, Goldbelt Heritage Foundation, and Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.

    Over the course of a year, this grant will release a series of video and audio clips that feature fluent elders giving sample sentences using a word of the week. In addition, a weekly radio program will be developed that will be broadcast through KTOO and will feature current events, recorded Tlingit audio, interviews, and other information delivered entirely through the Tlingit language.

    One of the goals of this project is to normalize the Tlingit language by making it seen and heard in our community. The presence of the Tlingit language in media and daily life will contribute to the development of new speakers and while promoting the wisdom and knowledge of those who currently speak and teach, as well as those who have been recorded in the past.

    Project leader X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell said about this project, “hearing our languages on our own land is critical to individual, group, and collective identities. Utilizing media to broadcast our language is a step that we take with honor, acknowledging others who have done similar projects in the past. Our goal with language revitalization is about two things: protect the speakers you have while making new ones, and making your language the language of power and use. As Ḵaajaaḵwtí Walter Soboleff once said: Tlél xʼwán a kát yee sawuxʼaagúḵ! Yáa yakʼéiyi át yáa Lingítʼaaní káa ḵoowdziteeyi át ḵa a káaxʼ has wooneix̱í át. "Donʼt forget our way of life!” This wonderful thing that was born on the world, and on this world this is the thing that saved them.”

    Learn more about Alaska Native Languages and Studies programs at UAS by visiting the website https://loom.ly/juujFGs or speak with an advisor at 796-6100.

    Read the full press release: https://loom.ly/juujFGs

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    "We greatly appreciate UAS students who are working on our three campuses. They bring enthusiasm, energy, and insight into our campus workplaces. Research also shows that students who work on campus have a strong commitment to timely degree completion. Student employees help UAS and we're pleased that campus employment helps them too!"
    - Chancellor Rick Caulfield

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Learning Center and IT Helpdesk student employees Delton Claggett and Dean Thiart. Thank you for all your hard work!

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    "Knowledgeable. Patient. Dependable. Understanding. Helpful. Terms that have been used to describe the student workers here at Classroom Support. I am genuinely impressed and thankful for each member of my support team."
    - Donovan Grimes, Classroom Support Coordinator

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Classroom Support employees Harold Ruchti and Kai Deming. Thank you for all your hard work!

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • UPDATED 👍🏻
    ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “Our work in the UAS Writing Center relies on the strength and dedication of our student tutors. Our tutors are talented writers in a variety of disciplines who enjoy teaching and talking about writing. Every day, I am amazed by their creativity, professionalism, and compassion for other students. Our Writing Center wouldn't be possible without them!”
    - Allison M. Neeland, Writing Specialist

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Writing Center student employees: Alicia Steiner, Braden File, Callie Ziegler, Dylyn Denhoffer, Olive Brend, and Annie Kessler (not pictured). Thank you for all your hard work!

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “I'm so grateful for our student employees. They've been super fun to work with. I appreciate their enthusiasm, insight, and innovative ideas.”
    - Katy Jordan, Social Media Coordinator

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Social Media student assistants Khrystl Brouillette (pictured), Keegan Hollrith, and Brinna Snow. Thank you for all your hard work!

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • So proud to be a supporter of this event and the amazing members of #teamjuneau

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • “Khrystl is a strong leader in and out of the newsroom. She is dedicated and committed to producing quality work that represents her staffs writing ability.” - Felix Thillet

    “I really enjoy working with Khrystl. She is kind, creative, and brings a great deal of enthusiasm and fresh ideas to this position.”- Katy Jordan

    Khrystl Brouillette, B.S., Geography and Environmental Resources
    2019 Student Employee of the Year
    Nominated by Katy Jordan, Social Media Coordinator and Felix Thillet, Administrative Assistant (Student Activities, Student Government, Whalesong)

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • “India wholeheartedly invests in the well-being of housing residents, both in and out of her assigned area. It is evident that students feel comfortable going to India in the midst of any situation.”
    - Allison Mogenson

    India Busby, B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies, English/Sociology
    2019 Student Employee of the Year
    Nominated by Allison Mogensen, Coordinator for Residence Life and Student Leadership

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • “I can always count on Axel to complete any task he takes on. Highly motivated, Axel has spread his leadership skills both on Campus, and in the community. ” - Gloria Merry

    Axel Gillam, B.S., Marine Biology
    2019 Student Employee of the Year
    Nominated by Gloria Merry, Media Services

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • “Cassandra is a team player and always willing to support her peers, residents, and supervisors. She has an almost unmatched desire to stay on top of organizational and administrative tasks and is always looking for something to do.” - Nathan Bodenstadt

    Cassandra Chase, B.L.A, Interdisciplinary Studies, Humanities/Mathematics
    2019 Student Employee of the Year
    Nominated by Nathan Bodenstadt, Director of Housing and Residence Life

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • “Jasper’s good humor and calm demeanor help maintain our safe and welcoming atmosphere. Many of our students are beset with acute math woes, Jasper’s presence always ameliorates a potentially tense situation. Jasper is an exemplary ambassador for UAS.”
    - Auguste Stiehr

    Jasper Soriano, B.S., Mathematics
    2019 Student Employee of the Year
    Nominated by Auguste Stiehr, Math Specialist

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “Watching this group of student leaders working together has been a wonderful experience. Each member of the senate is dedicated to UAS and its students.”
    - Felix Thillet, Administrative Assistant, Student Activites

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Student Government members: Brandy Mulbury, Nick Bursell, and Sage Logan. Thank you for all your hard work!

    This Friday, April 12 we will recognize the Student Employees of the Year with a reception in the Glacier View room at 1 pm.
    We hope you can join us. 🐳💙

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “Rec student employees are the best!”
    - Dave Klein, Associate Director of Campus Recreation

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing @uasrec student employees Sara Kilgore, Monce Carreto, and Clair Fitzpatrick. Thank you for all your hard work!

    This Friday, April 12 we will recognize the Student Employees of the Year with a reception in the Glacier View room at 1 pm.
    We hope you can join us. 🐳💙

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “We really like students serving as a central point of contact in our office.”
    - Sarah Belmont, HR Consultant

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing Human Resource student employee Ashley. Thank you for all your hard work!

    This Friday, April 12 we will recognize the Student Employees of the Year with a reception in the Glacier View room at 1 pm.
    We hope you can join us. 🐳💙

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • "I've had the great opportunity to connect with Alaska's leaders and even helped with legislation being passed."
    - Cheyenne Girmscheid

    Recognizing Cheyenne Girmscheid, UAS student and legislative intern for Senator Peter Micciche, District O. Cheyenne is completing a Bachelor of Social Science with emphasis areas in History, Sociology, and Political Science. She chose to participate in the legislative internship because "it's a great opportunity for in-depth immersion in Alaskan politics. IEven if you don't plan on having a career in politics, it's a great way to better understand how your state governs and make some great professional connections." Cheyenne is from Juneau, AK.

    What is your day like at the Capitol?
    A day for me is phones ringing off the hook, Senators running to and from committee meetings and floor sessions, organizing and managing Senator Micciche's day, aiding in all Transportation Committee related meetings, and occasionally meeting with those that overflow on the Senator's schedule.

    What has surprised you about working for the Alaska Legislature?
    I was surprised at how honest, hard-working, and caring most of our Senators really are. They want to hear from the people they represent and they really do want to improve Alaska. They take the time out of their crazy schedules to respond to the people and do what they can to keep open communication and transparency between the Capitol and Alaska. They try their best to make sure the voices from their district are represented in final decisions.

    Share a project you've worked on that interests you:
    I've been able to aid my office with all Transportation Committee related meetings and legislation. I've even started moving some legislation along that will, hopefully, get a building named within the next legislative session.

    In this series of posts, we highlight @UAsystem students participating in the Senator Ted Stevens Legislative Internship Program this session. Learn more about the Senator Ted Stevens Legislative Internship Program by visiting www.uas.alaska.edu/internprogram/

    #uasoutheast #akleg

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • ⭐ Student Employee Appreciation Week 2019 ⭐

    “From movie nights to comedians, and from Murder Mysteries to incredible live music events, SAB student staff have done it all this year. Not to mention, leading the charge in their academics. We are so very proud of everything they do.”
    - Felix Thillet, Administrative Assistant, Student Activites

    Join UAS this week as we celebrate our student employees!

    Recognizing SAB staff: Axel Gillam, Keegan Hollrith, and PK Woo. Thank you for all your hard work!

    This Friday, April 12 we will recognize the Student Employees of the Year with a reception in the Glacier View room at 1 pm.
    We hope you can join us. 🐳💙

University of Alaska Southeast
University of Alaska Southeast
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  • UAS Wellness 🐳

    Have you completed the At-Risk Kognito Training?

    UAS is offering At-Risk Kognito, a free mental health and suicide prevention training! In the training you’ll learn how to:
    *identify warning signs,
    *talk with peers you’re worried about, and
    *connect to local resources.

    Juneau Suicide Prevention invites you to complete a short interactive online training: Kognito! Once you complete the training, email janr@jys.org with your completion certificate for a $5.00 gift card to Spikes!

    Visit the uas counseling page and complete the At-Risk Kognito training: www.uas.alaska.edu/juneau/counseling/uascares.html

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