Author Archives: Kim Johnson

Professor Reflects on Alaskan Immersion

Professor Christie Byun – As I look back on the week we’ve spent in Alaska, I’m awed and impressed by so many things.  The sheer beauty of the state, its abundant natural resources, the fascinating Native culture, and the wonderful … Continue reading

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Immersion Trip Answers Questions and Creates New Ones

Professor Doug Calisch – It turns out that the issues surrounding Alaska’s “extract economy” are complex and complicated. Surprise, surprise.  This course-ending Econ 234 trip to Alaska has been a remarkable teaching and learning opportunity for students, staff, and faculty … Continue reading

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Starbuck ’12 Running Alaska

Sam Starbuck – I woke up early this morning looking forward to an epic day on the high seas doing something that can only be imagined back in Indiana. After rolling over and peering out of my window to see … Continue reading

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