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The 2020 Arctic Remote Energy Networks Academy participants' bios are now live on the ARENA website. [Read More]
Phylicia Cicilio has joined the Alaska Center for Energy and Power as a research assistant professor. [Read More]
On July 10, Jenn Wagaman will present her Understanding FASD: Diagnosis, Intervention and Strategies (EDSE F448/PSY F648) course. [Read More]
The UAF Writing Center will be open virtually through Aug. 7 for students taking Summer Sessions classes. [Read More]
The system that provides heat and power to the Fairbanks campus will undergo an in-depth inspection and maintenance work July 3-25. [Read More]
Need more experience with Blackboard? Join UAF eCampus instructional designers for Blackboard Bootcamp on July 6 from 9 a.m. to noon to learn the basics. [Read More]
There is no one right way to organize a course but these basic principles will help your students navigate and stay on path. [Read More]
Soldier, student, business owner — Erica Moeller really has done it all. Her latest endeavor, a mobile food market, has become a Fairbanks favorite. [Read More]
The Georgeson Botanical Garden is ablaze with colorful flowers, including many varieties of peonies. Garden hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. [Read More]
Free COVID-19 testing will be available twice a week in Fairbanks, starting June 30 and running throughout July. [Read More]
Starting June 30 at 7 p.m., the UA Press Summertime Book Club will begin its most ambitious project yet — three books at the same... [Read More]
The School of Management now accepts select urban search and rescue training courses for college credit toward two emergency management degrees. [Read More]
Starting June 29, the Rasmuson Library will be open to UAF faculty, staff and students weekdays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from noon-6 p.m. ... [Read More]
— by Dan White When people prepare to share their view, they often use the expression "from my perspective," or better yet, "from where I... [Read More]
A panel on queer farming and activism will be held June 29 at 4:30 p.m. Panelists will discuss how those activities connect to their roles... [Read More]
It has been a rainy week in middle Alaska. Blah. But perhaps I judge liquid precipitation a bit harshly. Rain is, after all, the free... [Read More]
A stream classification tool, a searchable database of research papers, and a salmon life cycle model, funded by agencies and public dollars, will all be... [Read More]
Learn how to infuse small activities or ideas to help our students explore, develop and implement their career goals inside and outside of the classroom. [Read More]
The University of Alaska Fairbanks will continue to waive the requirement for SAT or ACT test scores for undergraduate admission through the fall 2021 semester. [Read More]
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