Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Odyssey of Captain Healy will be screened at 7 p.m. in room 340 of the Rasmuson Library. The free-to-attend movie is being shown as part of the REEL History film series, where movies are shown every Thursday by Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning. For more information visit www.uaf.edu/summer/ or call 474–7021.

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Greg Walker, manager of the University of Alaska Unmanned Aircraft Program and Poker Flat Research Range, will be the featured speaker at the inaugural talk in a new lecture series developed by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. Walker will present “Using Unmanned Aircraft as a Remote Sensing Platform in Alaska” at this luncheon lecture, which will begin … Continue reading Lecture Series: Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier June 5

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Content material that resides on one website but appears on another is embedded. Embedded material might also have a reduced or specific set of interface controls when appearing on another site. You can take source material from media websites like YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr and Slideshare and embed them into content management pages hosted on systems like Blackboard, WordPress blogs and Google … Continue reading Teaching tip: Embedding material

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Alaska Nanooks athletics director Forrest Karr announced his resignation Wednesday, May 30, to accept a leadership position at Northern Michigan University. UAF plans to appoint an interim athletics director to lead the Nanooks after Karr’s departure on June 9, and then launch a national search for a permanent replacement. Karr will begin his new job … Continue reading Karr accepts new position, Nanooks to launch AD search

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UAF Facilities Services, in collaboration with UAA and UA Statewide, is upgrading the Facility Focus work order system. The new system, called AiM (Asset Management with Intelligence), is expected to go live on Monday, June 4. This upgrade will affect all areas of Facilities Services including maintenance, ops, administration and DD&C. How the change affects … Continue reading Facilities Services upgrading work order system

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