Theatre UAF will present “Closer,” a play about the complex relationships between four characters and their love interests during a five-year span. “Closer” will run Feb. 12–21 in the Lee H. Salisbury Theatre in the Fine Arts Complex on the Fairbanks campus.
The UAF Faculty Senate will discuss a new Master of Arts degree in marine science and a resolution on gender-inclusive language at its meeting Monday, Feb. 8.
A certified food protection manager training will be offered March 3 in Palmer and by videoconference in Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka and other Southeast communities. State regulations require that all food establishments have at least one certified food protection manager to ensure compliance with food safety regulations.
Alaska is home to 52 historically active, potentially hazardous and spectacularly beautiful volcanoes. These not-so-silent residents of our state produce an astounding diversity in eruption styles. Each volcano has a unique personality.
Elena Suleimani, a research analyst with the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, will discuss “Tsunamis: How nature keeps surprising scientists,” on Tuesday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. in the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel Gold Room.