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1st Annual Environmental Science Symposium

 |  Jessica Young and Vicki Heisser

Attention all science enthusiasts! We are excited to announce the upcoming First Annual PWSC Environmental Sciences Symposium featuring four students presenting their marine research projects and three presenting their Natural History of Alaska posters.

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Commencement on May 10, 2023

 |  Jessica Young

PWSC invites everyone to attend our in-person commencement ceremony to celebrate our graduates' tremendous achievement! The ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. in the PWSC Atrium.

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Alaska Space Grant Symposium

 |  Vicki Heisser

After attending the annual Alaska Space Grant Symposium in Anchorage, Katie Bobowski and Dr. Steve Johnson shared the highlights of their recent presentation at the annual symposium hosted by the Alaska Space Grant program in Anchorage. As Principal Investigators (PIs) of the Integrated and Applied Science for Teachers and the Space Math for Teachers programs funded through NASA, they had the opportunity to showcase their projects and connect with other professionals in education and research.

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Celeste Vena will present her research at PWSC Environmental Sciences Symposium

 |  Vicki Heisser

College student Celeste Vena is researching kelp and sustainability in Prince William Sound, Valdez, Alaska. She will present her research at the upcoming First Annual PWSC Environmental Sciences Symposium on Tuesday, May 2, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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RLM Tech, Inc. and Hecla Greens Creek donate slurry pump to PWSC Millwright program

 |  Vicki Heisser

We recently had a visit from Roger Mechon, owner of RLM Tech Inc., who taught our millwright program students about the slurry pump. Not only did he go through the entire pump with our students, but he also led them in taking it apart and reassembling it.

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Student Sarah Kearns conducts research on water chemistry at the VNT oyster farm

 |  written by Vicki Heisser - posted by Jessica Young

Under the guidance of Dr. Amanda Glazier, Sarah Kearns is conducting an independent research project funded by Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council this semester. Her research involves measuring baseline water chemistry at the Valdez Native Tribe (VNT) experimental oyster farm and two other comparative sites, with measurements taken at two different depths at each location every three weeks to track changes over the season.

Paul Rude, winner for VIVA Top Ten Shootout Read More

Paul Rude wins the Top Ten Shootout at VIVA

 |  Vicki Heisser and Jessica Young

The PWSC Valdez Archery Club is thrilled to announce the winner of the 10th Annual Vegas in Valdez Archery Top Ten Shootout. This year's $500.00 goes to Paul Rude of Glennallen, a top-performing competitor for many years at the ViVA event. Congratulations, Paul!

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Upcoming boat mechanical maintenance courses

 |  Jessica Young

PWSC is offering boat mechanical maintenance classes! Sign up soon, only a few seats left in all of the classes listed!

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Meet instructional assistant Lee Burke

 |  Vicki Heisser

This semester, Army non-commissioned officer Lee Burke has joined PWSC as an instructional assistant through the Department of Defense Skillbridge Transition Assistance Program. This program enables active-duty service members to transition out of their units early and work as civilian interns during their final months of service.

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Archery News: Open Shoot Nights and Vegas in Valdez

 |  Jessica Young

The Archery Club invites you to Open Shoot Nights happening now through May, and The 10th Annual Vegas in Valdez Tournament is scheduled for March 18-19.


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