Monthly Archives: August 2017



September 05, 2017

A free workshop on butchering and handling chickens safely will be offered at 7 p.m. Sept. 5 at the Fairbanks Regional Public Health Center. Fairbanks poultry expert Steve Davila will talk about the butchering, and public health nurse Dennette Marks will discuss safe handling through the butchering process.

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Are you enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program, taking six credits or more and meet any of the criteria below? First-generation college student (neither parent/guardian has earned a baccalaureate degree) Limited income Documented physical or learning disability If you answered YES, then you qualify for SSS! UAF Student Support Services helps students become successful in … Continue reading Support services for first-generation, low-income, or students with disabilities

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Terry Johnson has spent much of his life on boats. Whether he’s catching salmon, showing marine wildlife to tourists or penning dockside stories about Alaska’s fishing industry, the University of Alaska Fairbanks professor’s life for decades has revolved around the sea and coastlines.

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Shankar Vedantam, NPR's social science correspondent and host of the Hidden Brain podcast, speaks at Hering Auditorium Friday, August 25, 2017, as part of UAF's centennial events.

Shankar Vedantam, NPR’s social science correspondent and host of the Hidden Brain podcast, speaks at Herring Auditorium Friday, August 25, 2017, as part of UAF’s centennial events.

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