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ID 1193

Alaska Native Graduates of UAA: What Can They Tell Us?

look up Diane HirshbergDiane Hirshberg, Diane Erickson

2008-03-01

Report, 4pp.

ID 1720

The Role of Trust in Sustainable Management of Land, Fish, and Wildlife Populations in the Arctic

look up Jennifer SchmidtJennifer Schmidt

2018-09-01

Article Or Book, 18pp.

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. (CC BY 4.0).

ID 452

Adult Vocational Education Students in Fairbanks

Judith Kleinfeld, Lynn Wright, Robert Travis

1978-12-01

Report, 56pp.

ID 1598

Good collaborations: A case study of the Health Information Technology partnership

look up Dayna DeFeoDayna DeFeo

2016-01-01

Report, 30pp.

Report prepared for the Community and Technical College at the University of Alaska Anchorage

ID 1562

Will they stay, or will they go? Teacher perceptions of working conditions in rural Alaska

look up Alexandra HillAlexandra Hill, look up Diane HirshbergDiane Hirshberg, Craig Kasemodel

2014-06-01

Presentation, 1pp.

Poster, a CAEPR Publication

ID 1297

An Exploration of Experiences and Outcomes of Alaska Native Graduates of Mt. Edgecumbe High School

look up Diane HirshbergDiane Hirshberg, Brit DelMoral

2009-04-01

Presentation, 70pp.

ID 1515

Evaluating Arts-Based Cancer Education Using an Internet Survey Among Alaska Community Health Care Workers

Melany Cueva, Mark Dignan, Anne Lanier, Regina Kuhnley, look up Katie CuevaKatie Cueva

2013-11-01

Article Or Book

Printed in Journal of Cancer Education, November 2013.
suggested citation:
Melany Cueva, Katie Cueva, Mark Dignan, Anne Lanier, and Regina Kuhnley, "Evaluating Arts-Based Cancer Education Using an Internet Survey Among Alaska Community Health Care Workers," Journal of Cancer Education, November 2013.

ID 1421

Indigenous Employment, Training and Retention: Successes and Challenges at Red Dog Mine

Sharman Haley, David Fischer

2011-12-01

Article Or Book

Sharman Haley and David Fischer, "Indigenous Employment, Training and Retention: Successes and Challenges at Red Dog Mine," in Natural Resource Extraction and Indigenous Livelihoods: Development Challenges in an Era of Globalization, eds. Emma Gilberthorpe and Gavin Hilson. Ashgate Publishing, UK. Forthcoming, 2012.

ID 1596

Indigenous social and economic adaptations in northern Alaska as measures of resilience

Stephanie Martin

2014-12-01

Article Or Book, 8pp.

Martin, S. 2015. Indigenous social and economic adaptations in northern Alaska as measures of resilience. Ecology and Society 20(4):8. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07586-200408

ID 1523

Beyond Infrastructure: Broadband for Development in Remote and Indigenous Regions

Heather Hudson

2012-12-01

Article Or Book, 19pp.

Citation:
Hudson, E., E. (2013). Beyond Infrastructure: Broadband for Development in Remote and Indigenous Regions. In W. Ashton & A. S. Carson (Eds.), [Special issue]. The Journal of Rural and Community Development, 8(2), 44-61.