“You may be just one person and feel that you can only pursue your own dream. But when you inspire others, you are enabling the pursuit of many dreams.” Ralph Sinnok – Scholarship recipient As a member of the UAF family, you make a difference every day. Last fiscal year, UAF celebrated a 15 percent … Continue reading UAF Employee Giving Initiative
On a clear, cold night two winters ago in Fort Yukon, Carl Andersen watched a rocket he helped design pierce the upper atmosphere.
University of Alaska Fairbanks alumnus and Olympic medalist Matt Emmons will give the keynote address at the University of Alaska Fairbanks commencement ceremony Sunday, May 12.
Alaska Nanooks head coach Dallas Ferguson announced the signing of two British Columbia Hockey League forwards and teammates on the West Kelowna Warriors to National Letters of Intent.
Google announced the retirement of Google Reader a few months ago, and since, the eLearning and Distance Education Design Team has been testing out various alternatives. While there are many good RSS aggregators available, Feedly is a service that several on the team are now using. Feedly is available for all major browsers and mobile … Continue reading Teaching tip: Feedly
UAF students are assessing student, faculty and staff transportation preferences and trends, as well as the awareness of UAF’s Green Bikes program. Please fill out the survey to share your thoughts and opinions. For questions or comments please contact email@example.com.
The UAF Green Bikes program will host a Spring Bike Clinic from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, in the Nordic House. The clinic is free and open to all. Mechanics will be available with all the necessary tools to help people get their bikes ready for summertime. If your bike is already … Continue reading UAF hosts spring bike clinic