Alaska Pacific University offers a wide array of Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate programs. As a small private liberal arts and sciences university positioned in a global economy and geographic location where the mixing of modern western society and indigenous. One of the beauties of APU is how the semesters are structured. Athletes are able to be fulltime students while racing at the highest level thanks to three different semester schedules that allow students to frontload or backload courses depending upon racing and training schedules. The capstone project at APU is where students focus on a specific area of interest within their major, many of the projects lead to job offers. Visit alaskapacific.edu for more information about the educational opportunities at Alaska Pacific University.
January 7, 2022 by Jessica Yeaton
I know I said the blog was “back” over a year ago, but I guess I lied a little. It was definitely a lofty goal with how busy I’ve been; between balancing my last two semesters of official course work at UNM, training, and constant exploration in the land of enchantment (especially whenever David came […] > READ MORE
December 7, 2021 by David Norris
First two WC weekends are done. I’m fairly unsatisfied, but the past two weeks have had some positive moments as well (this is only regarding the racing- life has been totally fine :)). First weekend was in Finland, which was crazy cold and felt like Fairbanks. Last weekend was in Norway where I consumed a […] > READ MORE
November 23, 2021 by David Norris
Photo credit: Simi Hamilton The annual altitude camp in Park City is kind of how I separate summer and fall training. The dumping of snow and hunting opportunities in September maybe might have actually gotten me into that fall vibe… either way I had a successful camp in Utah. After Utah Jess and I moved […] > READ MORE