Students in Western Alaska ate better food, including more local salmon, after participating in a fish-to-school program that concluded with an Iron Chef-style cooking competition among the children, UAF researchers found.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity recently presented six awards to faculty and graduate students who mentor or are preparing to mentor undergraduate students in research and creative projects. The Mentoring Award recipients and their projects are: Carie Green, education — “Young Children’s Experiences of Their Forest, Phase 2” Evangelene Hensell, English — “Identity, Liminality … Continue reading URSA presents Mentoring Awards
Oh what fun! Please join the UA Press for its annual holiday open house and book sale from 2–6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. Enjoy refreshments while browsing new and selected backlist titles. All books are 25 percent off. The press is located at 1760 Westwood Way, next to The Artisan’s Courtyard on College Road in Fairbanks. The even is … Continue reading UA Press holds holiday open house and sale
The University of Alaska statewide incident management team will host violent intruder training for Butrovich Building employees Nov. 30 and Dec. 2.
Join Chancellor Mike Powers and university leaders for an informational forum from 3-4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, in Butrovich 109. Vice chancellors and the provost will present budget information and answer questions from the campus community.
Fairbanks Police Department Chief Randall Aragon will speak at a potluck hosted by Students Offering Leadership Development at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, in Duckering 252. Aragon will talk about leadership in the community. SOLD is a student organization associated with the UAF School of Management that focuses on community outreach and leadership development. Students promote activities and events that … Continue reading Fairbanks police chief to talk leadership with students