Faculty & Staff

Teaching Tip: Think about course revisions now

Teaching Tip: Think about course revisions now

Course development is an ever-evolving process. We tweak and adjust for many reasons. Maybe we decide an activity didn’t quite work the way we intended, or we...

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Volunteers needed to ‘flip for UAF’

The UAF Alumni Association is seeking volunteers to “flip for UAF” at the association’s hamburger booth during the Tanana Valley State Fair. If you, your...

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Annual water quality report available

This year’s annual water quality report is now available. This report contains important information about UAF’s drinking water for the calendar year of 2014...

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Join UAF at the Golden Days Parade

Join UAF at the Golden Days Parade

UAF students, staff, faculty and administrators take part in the annual Golden Days Parade through downtown Fairbanks. UAF will again participate in the Kinross...

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Featured photo of the week

Featured photo of the week

Fourteen-year-old Makayla Kameroff, in foreground, and Cheyenne Paukan, 16, carve masks in the Alaska Native art studio on Thursday, June 25, 2015. Paukan and Kameroff, both...

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UA presidential candidate Jim Johnsen to visit UAF

UA presidential candidate Jim Johnsen to visit UAF

Jim Johnsen The campus visit dates for Jim Johnsen, candidate for the position of University of Alaska president, have been set. His schedule at each location is quickly...

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Short-term parking price increases; perpetual permits offered

Short-term permit price increases After conducting a survey on parking and shuttle issues this spring, the university decided to increase the price of permits to...

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Minors protection training website will be down

The United Educators website will be down July  8-10 for an update of its course catalog. United Educators supplies the protection of minors awareness training...

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Smoke moves music from garden to concert hall

The Headbolt Heaters concert scheduled for Thursday, June 25, in the Georgeson Botanical Garden has been moved to the Davis Concert Hall because of wildfire smoke....

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Teaching Tip: Why students resist

Teaching Tip: Why students resist

You read an article or hear a story that inspires you to work a new type of assignment into your course. You decide on an idea and think your students will respond...

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