Season two of the Fittest Winner competition is off to a great start with 48 teams and 431 staff and faculty participating. After two weeks of competition, average hours per week of exercise have surpassed statistics at this time last spring. Staff and faculty are invited to the Fittest Winner Hungry Games event at 4 p.m. … Continue reading Fittest Winner Hungry Games event
UAF Chancellor Brian Rogers has challenged the campus community to increase its giving to the United Way by 10 percent, which sets the goal at just over $70,000. The campus community is off to a good start with 92 employees participating, we’ve raised $16,705. If you fill out a United Way form and return it … Continue reading United Way fundraising underway
Individuals with disabilities have the right to be accompanied by their trained ADA service animal in all UAF facilities and areas where the public is normally allowed to go. What is a service animal? A service animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a … Continue reading Service animals allowed on campus
Junior center Cody Kunyk has been named the Central Collegiate Hockey Association’s Postgame Offensive Player of the Week following his four-point weekend in Big Rapids, Mich., where the Alaska Nanooks split their league-opening series with the #18 Ferris State Bulldogs.
Fall Job and Internship Fair, Wed. Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the UAF Wood Center. Employers will be on campus with information on jobs and careers. This is an excellent opportunity for students to find internships and employment — both entry level and summer as well as and opportunity to explore … Continue reading Fall Job and Internship Fair
Registration for the spring semester opens Nov. 12 for degree seeking students and Nov. 19 for non-degree students. Classes don’t start until Jan. 17, but they do fill up fast. Be sure to make an appointment with your advisor, so you’ll get the classes you need. Visit the Spring 2013 registration guide online. DegreeWorks is … Continue reading Registration for spring semester
A new supervisory training program, Supervising for Success, will begin Nov. 8. The training program has been organized into three modules. The program is for staff who are supervisors, but is also open to faculty who wish to attend. The modules will be presented jointly by Human Resources and the Office of Diversity and Equal … Continue reading New supervisory training program coming soon
Implementing something new can be intimidating, but it can also be the key to re-energizing your classroom. There are so many new technologies available that go beyond Blackboard that can hep with teaching strategy, classroom management and student engagement. Go beyond the ordinary and something new. Access this week’s teaching tip PDF. Get the RSS … Continue reading Teaching tip: innovate and inspire