News

Research helps climate monitoring and predictions in Alaska

Is it going to be a busy fire season, or will it be wet in Alaska this summer? New geographic climate divisions for Alaska can help answer that question. University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers and collaborators created the divisions, which describe zones that have broadly similar climate variations over time.

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Faculty & Staff

Budget update

Budget update March 4, 2015 From Chancellor Brian Rogers As I mentioned to governance groups earlier this week, this year’s budget is the toughest...

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Events

Steve Gumaer to speak on Burma’s justice record

Steve Gumaer will speak about Burma’s justice record on Friday, March 6, in Schaible Auditorium. Gumaer is the chief executive officer of Partners Relief & Development, an aid and development organization dedicated to assisting children in war zones.

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Athletics

Multiple hockey, basketball games here this week

Alaska Nanooks hockey and basketball teams will play several games that promise some exciting times at the Carlson and Patty centers this week.

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Students

Fanfest will celebrate NCAA Rifle Championship

The first-ever NCAA Rifle Championship Fanfest will be held March 13 from noon-8 p.m. in the Patty Center during the first day of competition at the E.F. Horton Rifle Range.

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Aurora

Dave Klein, ’53

During his 60-plus years in Alaska, Dave Klein, ’53, has been a student, scientist, advocate, mentor and milker of cows. His indefatigable curiosity and generous spirit draw admiration from fellow biologists and students past and present.

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