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Upcoming Featured Event

Thursday September 26 at 7pm: How UAS Contributes to the Best Salmon Data in the World. The History of the Auke Creek Fish Weir

How UAS Contributes to the Best Salmon Data in the World: The History of the Auke Creek Fish Weir
Thursday, Sep 26 • 7 PM • Egan Lecture Hall, Rm 112 or online

Join UAS Alumni & Friends for a special presentation and conversation on the history and future of salmon in Southeast Alaska with Professor of Biology, Dave Tallmon, Ph.D. and UAS student researchers. Learn about the 40 years of historical data on the changes to salmon populations collected at the Auke Creek Fish Weir, how that affects our community’s ecology and economy, and what it could mean for the future of fisheries in Alaska. Free and all are welcome. For more information or to share the event on social media, click here. 

Watch the presentation live online on UAS' YouTube channel.​

Superhero Science: Biology & Beyond
Friday, Oct 26 • 7 PM • UAS Ketchikan Library or online

Superhero Science: Biology & Beyond. Where can we find superpowers in nature and within our own bodies?

UAS Assistant Professor of Biology, Matthew Pawlus, Ph.D. will examine popular examples of superhero abilities, discuss places where they are found in nature, and similar abilities that humans might possess. Join Alumni & Friends in the UAS Ketchikan Library or watch online on UAS YouTube channel! For more event information and how you can purchase raffle tickets to support UAS students, visit the Superhero Science Facebook event.