The Glass Bead Game plays a free concert at 7 p.m., Sunday, July 1 on the steps of the Rasmuson Library. This legendary rock band grew out of the sawdust floors at the old Howling Dog in Ester, starting off with a little folk, and moving into blues and jazz and rock and roll. This summer, they’re back, … Continue reading The Glass Bead Game plays July 1
As part the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates program, six students from across the nation are now housed in the Geophysical Institute’s Atmospheric Sciences offices conducting research projects under Research Associate Professor Gerhard Kramm and Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Nicole Mölders. During the 10-week internships the goal is to educate the students in … Continue reading Geophysical Institute welcomes REU students
The Board of Regents approved UAF’s proposed revised mission statement and core themes at their meeting June 7-8. Mission Statement The University of Alaska Fairbanks is a Land, Sea, and Space Grant university and an international center for research, education, and the arts, emphasizing the circumpolar North and its diverse peoples. UAF integrates teaching, research, … Continue reading Board of Regents approve UAF’s mission and core themes
The Strategic Direction Initiative organizers are preparing for a conference in Fairbanks July 23. Find out who will be attending, how many stakeholders (to date) have taken the SDI online challenge and more, in this week’s issue of “Shaping Alaska’s Future 2017”. You can help shape the University of Alaska’s future by taking part in Strategic Direction … Continue reading Strategic Direction meeting July 23
UA President Gamble will recommend a 2 percent tuition increase, the smallest tuition increase in over a decade, to the UA Board of Regents. If approved, it will go into effect in September for the 2013-2014 academic year. The increase would apply to students on all 16 University of Alaska campuses. For more information, read the … Continue reading UA President Gamble proposes 2 percent tuition increase
The Rock Bottom Stompers will perform a free concert at 7 p.m., Thursday, July 12 in the Georgeson Botanical Garden. The musical performance will include a folk, bluegrass sound known as stomp grass. For more information visit the Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning website or call 474–7021.