Students receiving a 3.9 grade point average or higher are placed on the chancellor’s list, while those receiving a grade point average of between 3.5 and 3.89 ... CommentsTiffany Rhodes Thomas RhodesSteven Carter Abbie Carter??Kayla Haeg Jackie Haeg Likes
Alaska NanooksAlaska Nanooks student athletes start competition this weekend! #UAF100 #NanookNation RELEASE | @NanooksVB to Host Blue vs. Gold Game on Saturday >> http://bit.ly/2uQZJnn University of Alaska Fairbanks shared Alaska Nanooks's post.
WHEN THE MONEY RUNS DRY (COMPLETELY DRY)Get the low down on the University of Alaska Fairbanks through the voices of current students! Student ambassador blogs about the difficulties of managing your finances in college.
A 1913 solar eclipse seen from Nome, Alaska. You can just make out the path of the sun in the upper left corner of this photo by Daniel S. Neuman. It looks as if the photographer opened the lens of ... Likes
5 Macaroni & Cheese Recipes Made in a Dorm KitchenWe asked five members of the University of Alaska Fairbanks community to plan and prepare a macaroni and cheese dish that was affordable and could be made in a dorm kitchen. Then we had students taste
5 Macaroni & Cheese Recipes Made in a Dorm KitchenAll of the recipes in this BuzzFeed were made and taste-tested in the kitchen of Moore Hall, one of the freshman dorms on the Fairbanks campus. #NanookNation We asked five members of the University of Alaska Fairbanks community to plan ... Likes
William R. Wood | CentennialUAF Wood Center is named after the University of Alaska president who led the school throughout the 1960s. #UAF100 #NanookNation When William R. Wood became president of the University of Alaska in 1960, the institution’s facilities were valued at about ... CommentsCharles Tombropoulos December 1973 Wood Center has a central staircase that goes nowhere.streaking was a popular activity on campuses in the lower ... Likes
The Brooks Range and the Dalton Highway in the summer of 2014. Fairbanks-based researchers are studying frozen debris lobes in this area. A frozen debris lobe is described as an underground, slow-moving landslide. The debris lobes will one day run ... CommentsKim Davis There is a longer story about debris lobes in the fall 2014 Aurora https://news.uaf.edu/attack-debris-lobes/ Likes
Katey Walter Anthony after igniting methane that had been trapped inside a bubble. Anthony is one of the world's leading experts on the dangers of methane released from thawing permafrost. #uaf100#nanooknation#climatechange 0 comments 128 likes
UAF - 2017 - Unmanned Aerial SystemsLogan Graves talks about how the University of Alaska Fairbanks is pioneering unmanned aerial vehicle research and development. First broadcast via Periscope from the 2017 Tanana Valley State Fair.
Clue #5 - Have you read your Sun Star lately? This prize depot is in a @uafsunstar kiosk somewhere on campus... but where? Prizes include #springfest shirts, #nanooktraditions gear and maybe a pair of 🕶 #uaf100 0 comments 22 likes
#buriedtreasure ! Well, not exactly buried, but definitely treasure. All the #vintage#nanooknation & #nanooktraditions stuff you see (and more, so much more) will be hidden around campus over the next few days - some is waiting for you now! ... 1 comments 22 likes
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