College of Health News

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Precollege program for rural, Alaska Native health students gets reboot and grant after funding gap

 |  Alaska Beacon  |  ,

The Della Keats program introduces students from all parts of Alaska to college courses, dorm life and big-city educational opportunities specific to health-science.

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Alaska lawmakers aim to expand eligibility for scholarships

 |  Chynna Lockett  |  ,

UAA’s Alaska Justice Information Center researcher, Rus’sel Sampson is quoted in an Alaska Beacon article about merit-based Alaska Performance Scholarships.

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New training could help with violence and abuse care

 |  Becca Clark  |  ,

The Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy, founded by UAA School of Nursing professor Angelia Trujillo, provides free training to nurses and health care providers.

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

 |  Keenan James Britt  |  ,

Six students in the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER)’s outdoor leadership program, and two instructors, completed a 14-day kayak capstone expedition.

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Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy visits Southeast Alaska

 |  Colette Czarnecki  |  ,

UAA School of Nursing professor Angelia Trujillo speaks to communities across the state about the importance of forensic training.