Lester’s Forbidden Experiment. Screaming Gummy Bears. Blowtorch in a Beaker. Those three activities will make up just part of the roster during the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ annual Science Potpourri on Saturday, April 9, from noon to 3 p.m.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service will host one-day workshops for beginning prospectors in Fairbanks, Delta Junction and Talkeetna. Fairbanks miner Dave Wright will lead basic prospecting workshops April 23 in Fairbanks, April 30 in Delta Junction and May 7 in Talkeetna.
Joe Shaw, an engineering professor at Montana State University, will examine the parallel growth of education and high-tech industry in Bozeman, Montana, at the next Inventors’ Forum.
Theatre UAF will present Tennessee Williams’ classic play, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” Guest artist Rebecca George will direct the play, which portrays the life of a southern family as its members navigate relationships and life together. The play will run April 15-24 in the Lee H. Salisbury Theatre in the Fine Arts Complex at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Are you a faculty member who will take part in Commencement 2016? If so, be sure to RSVP and order your regalia right away.
QUESTION #1 With over 40 applicants for UAF’s future chancellor, not one of the four finalists is a local Alaskan. With the intention of “growing our own” this seems unfortunate. Was there not one viable applicant from Alaska? I am happy to see that at least 50 percent of the applicants were female. QUESTION #2 Of … Continue reading Chancellor search committee balanced several criteria
The UAF Student Health and Counseling Center now offers after-hours counseling services for students who need immediate mental health care.