Kodiak College

As the University of Alaska grapples with budget cuts, its leader may leave

By Tegan Hanlon, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen. (Courtesy University of Alaska) The head of Alaska’s public university system is potentially leaving the state to take over the helm of the University of Wisconsin System. The UW system announced Tuesday that Johnsen is the sole finalist to become its president. Johnsen will go through multiple interviews next …

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Newscast — Friday May 29, 2020

Mike Wall presents the Midday Report featuring national headlines from NPR, program updates and local stories on: University of Alaska plans to merge Kodiak College and other campuses with UAS, and another plan to merge UAS with UAA new COVID-19 cases Canada’s ban on cruise ships until October Parks and Recreation opening facilities this weekend plus, This Week in Water, …

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Kodiak College may merge with UAS as the UA Board of Regents consider budget options

Kodiak College in Kodiak, Alaska Thursday, May 25, 2017. Citing a budget gap of between $14 and $40 million over the next two years, the University of Alaska is looking to make significant changes to how its campuses are structured. UAA Chancellor Cathy Sandeen spoke about the UA Board of Regents’ plan: “At the Board of Regents Audit Committee on …

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