Volcano enthusiasts throughout the world can join University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists in the field in Italy via a new “social window” on Facebook.
All eastern doors along Tanana Loop for Duckering, Brooks, Rasmuson Library and the Fine Arts Complex should be used for emergency exiting only beginning this Saturday, June 29, through the end of August. “Emergency Exit Only” signs will be placed on these doors. Please use other doors for routine entering and exiting. Special circumstances exist … Continue reading Exits during Tanana sewer project
The June edition of the Statewide Voice is now available online. This issue features news from the Board of Regents’ meeting including the 2013 Staff Make Students Count award recipients and exciting news about UA’s position nationally in arctic research. Other topics include benefits updates, the 2013 Bullock Prize for Excellence winner, transition news, classifieds … Continue reading June Statewide Voice online
The Institute of Northern Engineering and the Alaska Center for Energy & Power recently added three new assistant research professors to their team: George Roe, Jeremy Kasper and Marc Mueller-Stoffels. George Roe earned his Master’s of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington and his Master’s of Arts in Community Leadership from Fuller Seminary. George spent … Continue reading ACEP welcomes three new faculty
With record high temperatures expected to continue for a few days in the Interior, remember to protect yourself from heat stress. To combat heat stroke, heat exhaustion, and dehydration, OSHA guidelines provide the following recommendations: Drink liquids, preferably water, before you are thirsty and every 15 minutes Avoid alcohol or caffeine Schedule frequent rest periods … Continue reading Heat stress
On June 28, digital imagery from more than three decades ago will be released by the Alaska Satellite Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute, NASA’s processor and distributor for this type of data.
With so many new software and hardware options being released every day, it’s sometimes difficult to know where to start when either integrating modern tools into your course activities or when you’re moving your course or materials online. It’s helpful to become familiar with the technologies and assess whether the software will meet the needs. … Continue reading Teaching tip: Choosing the best technology
Record heat, dry weather, at least a week of intense high pressure residing over the state and dry fuels for much of Alaska are producing record-setting fire spread potential and volatile fire behavior. Temperatures now commonly approaching 90ºF are drying fuels with over 20 hours of sun. Fires that lay dormant for several days earlier … Continue reading Fire safety information
The 2012 UAF Water Quality Report PDF is now available at the UAF water treatment plant website. This report contains information about the campus drinking water for the calendar year of 2012. If the report does not display correctly, open it in a different browser or in a separate window. For a paper copy of this … Continue reading 2012 UAF Water Quality Report