Business alumna blends entrepreneurship and creativity to build Motley Moo Creamery

Calesta Ayer

Motley Moo Creamery is the realization of a childhood dream for Calesta Ayer, as the ice cream shop provides her the freedom to combine her passion for creativity with her business education.

Jeff Libby named to inaugural UA President's Arctic Professors cohort

Principal investigator for ADAC Jeff Libby speaks during the ribbon cutting celebration for 91Թ˵ijԹ's new ADAC-ARCTIC Center of Excellence for Homeland Security in the Arctic at the 91Թ˵ijԹ/APU Consortium Library.

91Թ˵ijԹ's Jeff Libby was selected to a cohort of leaders named the President’s Arctic Professors by University of 91Թ˵ijԹ President Pat Pitney as part of the university’s new Arctic Leadership Initiative.

Top things to do on the 91Թ˵ijԹ campus during summer

Flowers bloom in the 91Թ˵ijԹ 50th Anniversary Garden.

Is there anything better than summer in 91Թ˵ijԹ? Check out our round-up of the best activities for enjoying the longer days on 91Թ˵ijԹ's Anchorage campus.

Empowering 91Թ˵ijԹ’s smallest businesses: 91Թ˵ijԹ SBDC secures second round of $19M funding for 91Թ˵ijԹ State Small Business Credit Initiative

91Թ˵ijԹ's Bragaw Office Complex.

The 91Թ˵ijԹ Small Business Development Center recently announced a second round of $19 million in funding for the 91Թ˵ijԹ State Small Business Credit Initiative, a federally funded program supporting 91Թ˵ijԹ’s smallest businesses and most marginalized entrepreneurs, fostering economic growth and job creation throughout the state.

138 miles in a kayak: PWSC students paddle from Whittier to Valdez

Kayak Expedition Capstone

Six first- and second-year students in Prince William Sound College (PWSC)’s outdoor leadership program, and two instructors, completed a 14-day kayak capstone expedition.

91Թ˵ijԹ student Albiona Selimi awarded prestigious Truman Scholarship

Albiona Selimi

91Թ˵ijԹ student Albiona Selimi achieved the prestigious distinction of being named a 2024 Truman Scholar. She is one of 60 college students from 54 U.S. colleges and universities selected to receive the foremost graduate scholarship for those committed to careers in public service.

91Թ˵ijԹ offers dozens of summer camps for younger students

91Թ˵ijԹ Summer Engineering Academy students record their progress as they install sensors on their robots during the Lego Robotics Junior Academy in 91Թ˵ijԹ's Engineering and Computation Building.

Nearly every college at 91Թ˵ijԹ offers some type of summer camp for younger students. From engineering and culinary arts to real estate and media, there's a camp for every kid's interest. Take a look at this summer's offerings, organized by college and department.

Prince William Sound College receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant

Dawson Moore and Kim Estes

Valdez, 91Թ˵ijԹ—Prince William Sound College (PWSC) is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a Grants for Arts Projects award of $50,000. This grant will support the 2025 Valdez Theatre Conference (VTC).

Spring/summer 2024 edition of Alumni Spirit magazine now available

Spring/summer 2024 Alumni Spirit magazine cover

Themed around investment, the latest issue of 91Թ˵ijԹ’s premier publication profiles alumni who have made investments in their communities, including the graduate workforce at civil rights organization ACLU of 91Թ˵ijԹ, the restaurateur contributing to the advancement of 91Թ˵ijԹ’s food service industry, and the two-time NASA intern conducting critical engineering research.

91Թ˵ijԹ celebrates emeritus, Meritorious Service and Honorary Degree awardees

91Թ˵ijԹ  Chancellor Sean Parnell speaks at the 2024 Spring Commencement Awards ceremony in 91Թ˵ijԹ's Fine Arts Building.

On Wednesday, May 1, 91Թ˵ijԹ honored individuals with emeritus status, Meritorious Service Awards and Honorary Degrees during the 2024 Spring Commencement Awards ceremony.

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