Monthly Archives: January 2014

Apply Now for Spring iTeach

The Instructional Design Team at UAF eLearning & Distance Education will be hosting a free four-day clinic on March 7, 10, 12 and 14. Skills taught will assist faculty, instructors, lecturers and TAs in creating pedagogically sound face-to-face or online courses that are fun, possess academic integrity, and meet UAF’s academic guidelines.

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Changes in University and Student Advancement

As part of a strategic realignment effort within the Division of University and Student Advancement, the UAF Development Office and the UAF Alumni Association and Alumni Relations will be integrated to form a single, unified office known as the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. Institutional Events will be integrated into UAF Marketing and Communications. This … Continue reading Changes in University and Student Advancement

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Assistant Professor Barbara Blake, center, tries to protect plates of muktuk from two hungry students while setting up a potluck at Juneau's Goldbelt Hotel this week. Sarah Walker, left, Kelsey Wallace, right, and other students participated in a week-long seminar on the legislative process. The seminar was offered by UAF's Department of Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development, where Blake teaches.

Assistant Professor Barbara Blake, center, tries to protect plates of muktuk from two hungry students while setting up a potluck at Juneau’s Goldbelt Hotel this week. Sarah Walker, left, Kelsey Wallace, right, and other students participated in a week-long seminar on the legislative process. The seminar was offered by UAF’s Department of Alaska Native Studies and … Continue reading Featured photo of the week

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