ISER Publication Archive
ID 1705Education and Human Capital
Article Or Book
ID 32Alaska and the Arctic, the Changing West: Implications for Higher Education
Article Or Book, 8pp.
Papers, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Symposium, pp. 5-11
ID 1798Long-term benefits to Indigenous communities of extractive industry partnerships: Evaluating the Red Dog Mine
Article Or Book, 9pp.
The study was published online in Resource Policy and will appear in the print edition in June 2020.
ID 1227It was bad or it was good: Alaska Natives in Past Boarding Schools
Article Or Book, 25pp.
Appears in the Journal of American Indian Education, Arizona State University, Tempe Vol. 47, Number 3, 2008, pgs 5-30
We are unable to distribute a published journal article. This article is however, based on an ISER publication which you will find linked below.
ID 1536Alaska Native-Focused Teacher Preparation Programs (CAEPR Research Summary)
ID 1150Survey of Living Conditions In The Arctic: What Did We Learn?
Article Or Book, 4pp.
A research summary
Also printed in Valerie Moller, Denis Huschka and Alex Michalos (eds). Barometers of Quality of Life Around the Globe: How Are We Doing? New York: Springer Verlag, 107-134.
ID 854Indigenous Peoples and Languages of Alaska
Alaska Native Language Center (ANLC), UAF, and Institute of Social and Economic Research, UAA
ID 1701It’s more than just dollars: Problematizing salary as the sole mechanism for recruiting and retaining teachers in rural Alaska
Article Or Book
ID 1189Recent Graduates of Mt. Edgecumbe: Why Did They Attend and How Has It Affected Their Lives?
ID 1193Alaska Native Graduates of UAA: What Can They Tell Us?