June 2016 Archive
Managing the macadamias at Mauna Loa
Ever bought 40,000 pounds of chocolate in one shipment? It's all in a day's work for logistics grad Michael Karchere, B.B.A. '06, a purchasing manager for Mauna Loa macadamias. Learn how every can of those sweet sweet souvenirs has a direct connection to UAA.
Geology students explore heartbeat of Hawai'i
Alaska is one of the most volcanically active places on the planet. But what to do when all the volcanoes are logistically out of reach? Go to Hawai'i! Geology and natural science students kicked off the summer researching the heartbeat of the planet in the Aloha State.
UAA names Townsend as new ISER director
The new director of UAA's Institute of Social and Economic Research brings expertise in fisheries economics and nearly 30 years of higher education experience.