Department of Alaska Native Studies & Rural Development

Fairbanks office:

3rd floor Brooks Building

PO Box 756500

Fairbanks, AK 99775


Phone: (907) 474-6528

Toll free: 1-888-574-6528

Fax: (907) 474-6325


Anchorage office:

2221 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Room 200

Anchorage, AK 99508


Phone: (907) 279-2700

Toll free: 1-800-770-9531

Fax: (907) 279-2716

Hours: M-F 8AM-5PM

Ralph Gabrielli, Ph.D.

photo credit Katrina Paul


         Syracuse University, 1971
         Higher Education: Administration
         Dissertation title: Study of Innovative Programs for the Preparation of Elementary Teachers
         State University of New York at Albany, 1966
         Student Personnel Administration and Counseling
         State University of New York at New Paltz, 1965


Administration, counseling, education delivery methods, English, psychology, speech, humanities, early childhood education, human services, mental health, and fund raising.


2001-    Associate Professor of Rural Development, Department of Alaska Native and Rural Development, College of Rural Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks

1992-2001    Executive Dean, College of Rural Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks and
    Associate Professor of Education

1988-1992    Associate Dean, College of Rural Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks and
    Associate Professor of Education

1991-1992    Interim Director, Alaska Native Human Resource Development Program and Alaska Native Leadership Program

1989-1990    College Advancement Officer

1987-1988    Associate Professor of Education, Northwest Campus, University of Alaska Fairbanks

1986-1987    Dean of Student Services and College Development, Northwest Community College

1980-1986    English/Education (developed and implemented education program, taught speech, English, humanities, education, and early childhood education), Northwest Community College

1979    Adjunct Associate Professor in Human Services/Mental Health, North Country Community College, Lake Placid, New York

1977-1978    Director, Tri-County Council for Human Services, Willsboro, New York

1976-1977    Consultant, Smith House Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Willsboro, New York

1970-1976    Assistant Professor of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, State University of New York College at Plattsburgh

1969-1970    Associate for Research and In-Service Teacher Education, Educational and Cultural Center, Syracuse, New York-Regional Supplementary Education Center for Onondaga and Oswego Counties

1967-1969    Research Associate, Mid-Career Teacher Education Study for Partnership Teaching, and Research Associate, Campus Governance Program, Syracuse University

1966-1967    English Teacher, Grades 7, 8, and 11, Westhill School, Syracuse, New York

1964-1965    English Teacher, Grades 7 and 8, J. W. Bailey School, Kingston, New York


1984 - 1988    Treasurer: Nome Community Center

1983 – 1984    Vice Chairman: X-CED Regional Panel

1985 - 1988    Vice Chairman: X-CED Regional Panel

1983 – 1988    Board Member: Nome Receiving Home, Inc.

1985 – 1988    Board Member: Nome Child Care, Inc.

1982 - 1984    Co-Leader: Northwest Brass Quintet

1982 - 1988    Nome Arts Council

1982 - 1988    Iditarod Trail Committee

1973 - 1975    Co-Designer of Individualized Teacher Education Program for the Center for Individualized Instruction Systems, Inc., Durham, North Carolina

1974 - 1975    Consultant for evaluation, Clinton County Central School District Early Childhood Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program, Champlain, New York

1974 - 1975    Consultant for test development and evaluation for the Cell Biology for Medical Students project, Tissue Culture Association, Lake Placid, New York


1989    Moving in Concert-A Blueprint for Action, Conference Proceedings, with P. Greuel.

1988    Enterprise and Excellence II-The University of Alaska Moves into the Future, Report to the State of Alaska, with P. Greuel.