A group of us are attempting to put together a list of 100 big ideas that came out of UAF over the past 100 years. Research discoveries, critical works of art, classroom advances — pretty much anything that demonstrates the value of UAF creative thought to our town, our state, our nation and everything beyond.
Investigate the capabilities of YouTube, Zaption and Interlude as platforms that can help you make interactive video for your class.
Registration is now open for UAF Staff Recognition and Development Day. The event will take place Thursday, May 12, from 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and features a variety of free personal and professional development sessions.
The Association of Interior Alaska Native Educators is seeking participants for a free academy to be held in Fairbanks this June.
Open Enrollment at UA is a great time to initiate or increase your college savings approach. University employees have the added ease and benefit of utilizing payroll deduction to save automatically into a UA College Savings Plan account.
UA President Jim Johnsen will host a leadership training program this fall for employees across the university. Supervisors have been asked to nominate employees for the Leading in the 21st Century Training Series by April 30, 2016; employees should also be encouraged to apply.
Just in time for summer, the University of Alaska Press has released a new edition of “Outside in the Interior: An Adventure Guide from Central Alaska,” by Kyle Joly.
The University of Alaska Press has released “Made of Salmon: Alaska Stories from The Salmon Project,” edited by Nancy Lord. “Made of Salmon” brings together more than 50 diverse Alaska voices to celebrate the fish that holds a central place in the lives, cultures and values of those who depend on salmon for food, livelihood, recreation and … Continue reading Essays and stories explore Alaskans and their salmon