News

Orientation events welcome students to campus, community

The University of Alaska Fairbanks will welcome more than 700 new students starting this weekend at the kickoff of new student orientation activities.

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Faculty & Staff

OIT building will be moved to Taku parking lot

Alumni Drive will be closed temporarily Friday evening, Aug. 29, as a contractor with Facilities Services moves the Office of Information Technology cable building currently located by the power plant to a new location in the Taku parking lot. The move will begin at 8 p.m. and will finish at 9 p.m.

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Events

Last week of free summer events

UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning this week presents its final free events for the summer of 2014, including music, lectures and a science demonstration.

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Athletics

Nanook Hall of Fame 2014 nominations sought

The Alaska Nanooks Athletics Department is accepting nominations for the Nanook Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Submissions are due by April 30.

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Students

Peace Corps fellow arrives at UAF from Panama

Julie Cislo is the UAF School of Natural Resources and Extension’s third Paul G. Coverdell fellow. The Peace Corps’ graduate fellowship program offers financial assistance to returned volunteers.

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Aurora

Peace Corps takes UAF students across the globe

Through the master’s international program, UAF’s presence is expanding globally. For nearly a decade, students have been able to combine graduate studies with Peace Corps service, earning a master’s degree and gaining relevant and valuable international experience at the same time.

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