Monthly Archives: January 2013

The annual conference is hosted by the UAF Cooperative Extension Service and will highlight research and recommendations for fruit and vegetable growers, with a special focus on potatoes

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Seismologist visits Southeast in wake of large earthquake

The residents of Craig and the outlying areas, many of them wearing Xtratufs and flannel shirts on a rainy/snowy evening, had experienced up to a minute of shaking around midnight on Jan. 4, 2013, the result of a magnitude 7.5 earthquake that ripped the sea floor about 80 miles west of Craig.

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The College of Natural Science and Mathematics would like students to help hire the new anatomist for the Department of Veterinary Medicine. Two candidates will be presenting anatomy teaching demos and need an interested audience. Dr. Ors Petnehazy will be giving a program from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in room 417 … Continue reading Students needed for veterinary medicine candidate presentations

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Troth Yeddha’ Park snowshoe event

The Troth Yeddha’ Park snowshoe scramble will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23. The event will start at Troth Yeddha’ Park on Yukon Drive on the UAF campus. Participants will travel a quarter of a mile on snowshoes. For more information, contact Pete Pinney.

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The January edition of The Statewide Voice is now available. Featured articles include: The Pursuit of Savings: A Profile of UA Sustainability Initiatives Giveaway Helps Students Consider Graduation, Brings Awareness to UA Campuses Meeting to Discuss Final SDI Phase to take place in February Spotlight: UA Foundation: Scholarships Q and A Conversation with Kit Duke: … Continue reading January Statewide Voice now available

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