University of Alaska Anchorage Records
Guide to the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies administrative records
Collection number: UAA-0086.
Creating office: University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies.
Series title: UAA. Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies administrative records.
Volume of series: 2.0 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Series summary: Administrative and functional records of a health research institute.
The Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies (ICHS) was created by the Alaska State Legislature in 1998. ICSH works collaboratively with government agencies, Alaska Native health organizations, and Alaskan communities and also provides professional development and training in health-related issues. The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies is also housed at ICHS.
The mission of ICHS is to “to improve the health of peoples of Alaska and other circumpolar areas through instruction, information services, and basic and applied research in health and medicine.” ICSH works collaboratively with government agencies, Alaska Native health organizations, and Alaskan communities and also provides professional development and training in health-related issues.
This collection consists of the administrative and organizational records of ICHS.
Arrangement: Records are generally arranged by record type, thereunder chronologically.
Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.
Preferred citation: UAA. Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies administrative records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Current records: More current records can be accessed at the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies.
Custodial history: These materials were transferred to the Archives in 1996 and 1998 by Dr. Ted Mala.
Processing information: This collection was originally arranged and described by Jeffrey Sinnott. The finding aid was updated to meet current standard by Arlene Schmuland in 2019. The materials were rehoused and non-university and non-permanent records removed at that time. ICHS publications were moved into a separate records series as were the photographs.
|1/1-4||Proposal and planning documents||1988|
|1/31-37||Conference and symposia records||1987-1990|
|1/38||Legislative resolutions and citations||1987, 1990|
|2/3||Stationery and office location map||1988|
|2/4-5||Notices and invitations||1987-1990|
|2/6||News releases and wire stories||1986-1989|
|2/7-10||Telephone message books||1986-1988|
|2/11||University of Alaska delegation trip to Novosibirsk records||1987|
|2/12||Soviet Academy of Medical Sciences visit to Alaska records||1987|
|2/13||Canadian and Soviet medical delegations visit to Alaska (in connection with the signing of the Alaska-Siberia-Canada Medical Exchange Agreement) records||1988|
|2/14||Alaska Student tour to Siberia records||1988|
|2/15||Soviet far east trip report||1988|
|2/16||Meeting of collaboration between the Institute of Internal Medicine SB AMS USSR and University of Alaska, Novosibirsk records||1988|
|2/17||Alaska trade and friendship mission to the Soviet far east records||1988|
|2/18||Soviet visit to Anchorage records||1989|
|2/19||Bering Bridge expedition records||1989|
|2/20||First annual medical/biological expedition to the Magadan/Chukotka region records||1988-1989|
|2/21||Vladimir Fedorovich Petrovsky, USSR Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador to the United States, visit
to University of Alaska Anchorage records
|2/22||Second Alaska-Magadan medical expedition records||1990|
|2/23-25||General travel records, itineraries, schedules, background papers||1984-1990|
|2/26||Unidentified Russian language documents||1986-1989|
|University of Alaska Siberia Medical Research Program administrative records||1985-1988|
|2/36-37||University of Alaska Siberia Medical Research Program artifacts||1986-1987|