Sitka artist Norman Campbell will exhibit his art in the UAF Gallery, Sept 6 – 16. There will be a presentation and reception at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6. For more information contact the UAF Art Department at 474-7530 or email@example.com.
UAF Recycling has added two new dumpsters in the Nenana parking lot for steel and tin cans (cans that held soup, coffee, veggies, etc.). Cans should be rinsed out and labels removed before putting them into this dumpster. NOTE: The dumpsters for steel and tin cans are painted black; the dumpsters for aluminum are painted … Continue reading Now you can recycle steel and tin cans
The TAB (technology fee) grant proposal deadline is Friday, Sept. 23. TAB funds come from fees collected from UAF students on a per-course basis. Each proposal must focus on technology which will be of direct benefit to students, either in the classroom or related educational/learning activities. Past proposals have covered a wide variety of projects … Continue reading Technology grant proposal deadline
A reminder to Fairbanks and Community and Technical College students: ALL tuition and fees must be paid in full or you must be in a payment plan through Tuition Management Systems on or before Friday, Sept. 9. Late fees will begin to accrue after this date. You can pay in person at the UAF Business … Continue reading Reminder for students: pay your tuition and fees
Representatives from 20 law schools will be in Wood Center with information about law school and careers in the law Wednesday, Sept. 14. There will be a special information session with guest speaker Alaska Superior Court Judge Michael McConahy in Wood Center conference rooms EF from 10 – 11 a.m. The Law School Fair will … Continue reading Law school informational session and fair
Public lectures and presentations to commemorate 40 years since the 1971 passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act continues to take place on campus this fall. Byron Mallott will share his reflections on the impact of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act on Alaska at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13, in the Wood Center Carol … Continue reading ANCSA Impact Lecture Series – Byron Mallott
Alaska soccer teams and golfers may soon be playing on grass varieties that are new to Alaska, thanks to research projects at the Matanuska Experiment Farm, a UAF facility in Palmer.