An unmanned aircraft from the University of Alaska Fairbanks is assisting firefighting efforts in the Funny River Fire near Kenai, Alaska.
Snow researcher Matthew Sturm recently completed a 750-mile arctic trip with special help from mapping specialists at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
The UAF Writing Center, 801 Gruening, has opened for the summer. The Writing Center offers computer use, free printing and one-on-one writing tutorials. During the tutorials, tutors work with students to brainstorm, expand ideas, develop arguments, write conclusions, revise content or address any other part of the writing process a student wants help with. For … Continue reading Writing Center open for summer session
Charu Uppal 907-474-7558 5/28/14 The University of Alaska Fairbanks will launch the second year of the Healthy Living Lecture Series on June 3. The lectures are a collaborative effort between the university and Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and the Tanana Valley Clinic, with support from the UAF Cooperative Extension Service and UAF Summer Sessions. Professionals from … Continue reading 2014 Healthy Living Lecture Series starts June 3
Brad Lobland has been appointed UAF’s director of human resources after serving in an interim capacity since August 2012. Lobland has worked for UAF since 2004 and has served in a human resources leadership position since 2007. During this time, he has earned the respect of both the department staff and the campus community. He … Continue reading Lobland appointed HR director
The Facility Services department has been coordinating with users and vendors concerning the Gruening roof replacement staging. The contractor will be mobilizing this upcoming Thursday morning, May 29. On Wednesday night, FS will be taping off sections of the nearby lots to prevent vehicles from parking in the affected areas. Map for relocated parking lots … Continue reading Parking lots affected by Gruening roof replacement
The University Fire Department will celebrate its 50th anniversary this summer with a reunion July 18-19 in Fairbanks.