April 2016 Archive
Register now for 2016 Alaska Native Studies Conference
Alaskans interested in Indigenous healing and health are encouraged to attend the 2016 Alaska Native Studies Conference April 14-16 at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The conference will highlight Alaska Native and Indigenous success stories and find ways to incorporate these healthy approaches into Alaskans’ daily lives, including in business, government and healthcare.
April 8, 2016: 'The Effects of Clients and Therapists Practicing Mindfulness Together on Session Outcomes'
Watch the Seawolves go up against Lubbock Christian for D-II national title
The Seawolves (38-2) face top-ranked and undefeated Lubbock Christian (34-0) in the NCAA Div. II Women's Basketball Championship game in Indianapolis at 11 a.m. ADT on Monday, April 4. Learn where to watch the game in Anchorage.
New ISER report examines short-run economic impacts of Alaska fiscal options
A report analyzing the potential short-run economic effects of eleven options for reducing Alaska's huge budget deficit is now complete. The authors looked at potential effects of several kinds of state spending cuts, new taxes, saving less of Permanent Fund earnings and reducing the Permanent Fund dividend.