UAF in the news: week of Jan. 18, 2010
Submitted by Marmian Grimes
In ethics class, students debate the merits of presidential pay
Chronicle of Higher Education
Until last fall, most of the 83 students in John A. Lehman's business-ethics class at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks had never considered the job responsibilities or compensation levels of college presidents. Read more ...
Alaska's largest glacier is once again surging
Anchorage Daily News
"What in the world is Bering doing?" a woman said when she looked at Chris Larsen's photograph of the buckled back of Alaska's largest glacier. Read more ...
University of Alaska Fairbanks students take on electrifying ATV project
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
FAIRBANKS--The University Police Department is about to acquire a new high-tech gadget that's more notable for what it won't do than what it will. Read more ...
The mother of all sports intros: University of Alaska Fairbanks hockey
A giant polar bear emerges from the Alaskan waters, destroys a ship with a pulled-out-of-thin-air hockey stick, boards a fighter jet, proceeds to bomb rival universities, destroys the world and then travels through what may or may not be a time portal. Read more ...
State-of-the-art vessel being built for Univ. of Alaska.
A shipbuilding company in Wisconsin will begin building a research vessel for the University of Alaska this spring. Read more ...