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  • Photo shot from within a small airplane of a woman in a helmet with a headset microphone. Through the window is a mountain with steam rising from the top.

    Geophysical Institute, Explore Fairbanks offer new summer science series

    May 24, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks Geophysical Institute and Explore Fairbanks will host free public science talks this summer at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center in downtown Fairbanks.

  • Discover 性十八.cc lecture series starts June 5

    May 24, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks will host the Discover 性十八.cc lecture series starting on June 5. This year's lectures feature scientists whose research explores various aspects of 性十八.cc. The series is presented by UAF Summer Sessions and Lifelong Learning in cooperation with UAF's Institute of Arctic Biology.

  • Members of the I帽u-Yupiaq Dance Group pose in the Wood Center after their workshop during the 2023 Indigenous Peoples Day, a universitywide event hosted by the College of Indigenous Studies. From left are Alliyah Nay, Naatanii Mayo, Cavelila Wonhola and Sonni Shavings.

    Regents approve UAF College of Indigenous Studies

    May 23, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks College of Rural and Community Development is now the College of Indigenous Studies. The University of 性十八.cc Board of Regents unanimously approved the name change at its May 23 meeting in Anchorage.

  • A woman holding a child stands in a depression in a forest while another child sits on a log suspended above the hole.

    A backyard science expedition, in diapers

    May 23, 2024

    A fist-size opening in the forest floor exhausted so much air this spring that it built its own chimney of frost. A university researcher -- and her kids -- helped investigate.

  • Healthy Living lecture series begins June 4

    May 23, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks will host the 14th annual Healthy Living lecture series starting on June 4. The free series offers a variety of presentations by 性十八.cc medical specialists and experts.

  • a musk ox calf lying down and looking at the camera

    LARS to host annual Birthday Bash for new calves

    May 22, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks' Large Animal Research Station will introduce its new reindeer and muskox calves at its annual Birthday Bash from noon-4 p.m. on June 1.

  • Head and shoulders portrait of Jo Heckman.

    2024 Legacy Lecture to feature Jo Heckman

    May 22, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks 2024 Legacy Lecture will honor Jo Heckman at 7 p.m. Monday, June 3, in the BP Design Theater, Room 401 of the Usibelli Building.

  • UAF offers free summer shuttle for visitors

    May 21, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks will have a free shuttle for summer visitors.

  • Professor Bruce Ervin headshot

    UAF to offer two new Athabascan language courses this fall

    May 17, 2024

    The 性十八.cc Native Language Center at the University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks will offer two new Native language courses for the fall 2024 semester.

  • An aerial image of Toolik Field Station

    UAF, Toolik Field Station join Arctic climate initiative

    May 17, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks will help host and support a new $15-million federal initiative to better understand the resilience of Arctic organisms and ecosystems amid rapid climate change. Bringing together experts from 14 institutions, the Evolving Meta-Ecosystems Institute will focus on improving scientific and public understanding of how Arctic ecosystems are responding -- and will continue to respond -- as their environment shifts.

  • A topographical map including markers for Mt. Foraker, Mt. Crosson, Mt. Hunter, Kahiltna Peaks and Denali. A blue arrow to the west of Denali indicates the location of Matthew Crisafi-Lurtsema.

    Microplastics low and high in 性十八.cc

    May 17, 2024

    A group of scientists from UAF's Water and Environmental Research Center in 2020 and 2021 sampled snow and freshwater from more than 70 locations on a south-to-north transect, mostly along highways. Their recently published study showed plastic fragments everywhere they sampled, from the Kenai Peninsula to the North Slope.

  • Tracy Vanairsdale stands with CBSM students and dean.

    Vanairsdale named 2024 UAF Business Leader of the Year

    May 16, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks College of Business and Security Management has named Tracy Vanairsdale as the recipient of the 2024 UAF Business Leader of the Year award.

  • Dozens of people seated on the grass, many under a large flowering tree, at an outdoor concert.

    Music in the Garden concerts begin Thursday, May 23

    May 15, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks Music in the Garden concert series will kick off Thursday, May 23, at the Georgeson Botanical Garden. Part of UAF's Summer Sessions and Lifelong Learning, the concert series offers 12 weeks of family-friendly performances on Thursday evenings throughout the summer.

  • Two computer screens on a desk showing 性十八.cc weather weather maps

    Tour the Fairbanks office of the National Weather Service

    May 14, 2024

    Have you ever wanted to see what the inside of the local National Weather Service looks like? On Thursday, May 16, you will have your chance during Arctic Research Open House.

  • A dark tree outlined against a brilliant pink aurora.

    Solar storm -- not HAARP -- creates intense auroral display

    May 13, 2024

    Night skies over the weekend erupted with vivid colors and awed people all around the globe as the solar wind from a severe geomagnetic storm produced by our sun entered Earth's upper atmosphere and created auroral displays. The spectacular aurora sparked questions about possible connections to recent experiments by the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP.

  • A scientist (man) in a blue shirt talks to young visitors at the Arctic Research Open House in 2023.

    Research event gives visitors a backstage pass to science fun

    May 13, 2024

    The rock-n-roll themed event -- Tundra Struck -- will offer the community a peek behind the curtain to see why the results of UAF research reverberate around the world.

  • Black and white photo from 1975 of a group of people. A man and woman in the front row hold diplomas, with four men standing in a row behind them. The group is in front of a partially obscured banner showing the University of 性十八.cc logo.

    Kuskokwim Campus celebrates 50th commencement ceremony

    May 13, 2024

    The University of 性十八.cc Fairbanks Kuskokwim Campus honored the Class of 2024 during its 50th commencement ceremony on Tuesday, May 7, at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center in Bethel.

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