Have you ever thought about earning your MBA? Is now the right time? Students with all backgrounds are welcome. Those without a business degree will take foundation courses. Use your staff tuition waiver! There is still room in fall semester classes. For more information, contact Anita Hughes, MBA program manager, at 474-4622 or email@example.com.
Rural Nutrition Services Program students will display and describe their community-based projects from 2 – 4 p.m., May 9, in the Harper Building. The projects were developed by students to provide community-based nutrition and health outreach to fit their local culture. RNS is a culturally relevant multidisciplinary course of study that combines nutrition science, Alaska Native knowledge, … Continue reading Rural Nutrition Services Program students display projects May 9
Dozens of students will be honored at the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ annual student awards breakfast Saturday, April 28 at 9:30 a.m. in the Wood Center Carol Brown Ballroom. Each spring, UAF honors students who have distinguished themselves throughout their academic careers. Among those honored will be the winners of the Marion Frances Boswell Memorial … Continue reading UAF student awards breakfast April 28
The bicycle path coming onto campus from Fairbanks Street will be diverted the morning of April 28. If traveling towards campus, the path will cut to the east into the area formally known as “Noatak Park” and up to the five-way junction referred to as “Dysfunction Junction.” Fences and a gate will help to keep … Continue reading Fairbanks Street bike path to campus rerouted
UAF alumna Mary Albanese will perform a free public reading of her memoir at 4 p .m., Monday, April 30, in the Rasmuson Library. Albanese is the author of multiple books and scripts, including her recent memoir Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon: Mapping the Wild Heart of Alaska. After the reading, she will sign copies of … Continue reading Albanese to perform reading and book signing April 30
UAF’s Cooperative Extension Service will present two free home energy workshops at its Anchorage District office at 1675 C St. Community Sustainability Coordinator Rich Seifert will teach a home retrofit workshop from 6:30 to 9 p.m., May 3 and a cold climate homebuilding techniques workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 5. The workshops … Continue reading UAF offers energy workshops in Anchorage May 3 and May 5
Midnight Frisbee in Fairbanks? Cramming for finals in Kotzebue? Tossing your tassel in Bethel? Get out your smartphones and cameras! From 12:01 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. on May 4, show the world what a typical 24-hour day is like at UAF, on all campuses, all across Alaska. Selected photos will be part of a feature … Continue reading UAF Sees the Day May 4
That’s the question the Strategic Direction team asked students on campuses throughout the University of Alaska system. One professor seems to be using Blackboard very well. Go online to find out how! UAA Kenai Peninsula College staff, faculty, and students participated in listening sessions on the Kenai River and the Kachemak Bay Campuses last week. Those two visits were the … Continue reading Just how well are we using Blackboard?
Dozens of students were honored at the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ annual student awards breakfast Saturday, April 28 at 9:30 a.m. in the Wood Center Carol Brown Ballroom.