These and other exciting topics will be addressed in the Alaska Native Studies (AKNS) Spring 2010 course offerings. See the spring schedule for additional information about specific courses. Click on the link AKNS Spring 2010 Course Listings or the menu link to view these courses.
AKNS Internships: Alaska Native Studies offers a variable credit internship. Internships provide an opportunity for students to apply the subject matter of Alaska Native Studies to
the practical life of their community. Internships are available in a variety of
governmental, non-profit and profit settings, and require a formal agreement between
the student, the faculty member and the supervisor; a work evaluation; and a student
You can register for an internship at the same time you register for your other courses. Choose from 1-3 credits for your internship and then set up a time to meet with the AKNS Interim Director, Professor Nancy Furlow to fill out your remaining paperwork and to set up your internship.
Alaska Native Oratory Society Internships: During Spring 2010, AKNS is offering internships to work with the Alaska Native Oratory Society Regional and Statewide competitions. Email or call AKNS for more information about this opportunity to work closely with Native faculty, university & high school students, and community leaders on the UAA campus, community campuses, and schools throughout the state. This year's theme, Lift Up Your Voices, Speaking For Our Future highlights the Special Topics category in AkNOS that will support UAA's Books of the Year. After registering for an internship, contact AKNS Interim Director, Nancy Furlow for further information.