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3rd finalist curator job to give talk at UAF
Another finalist seeking a position as curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North is set to speak at a free public seminar at the University of Alaska Fairbanks next week.
A-Infos Radio Project
Fourth World Radyo: Earth Changes (05.22.2013), Segment 1
TheAngryindian speaks on Oklahoma, Afro-Indios and the worsening state of the planets limited resources.
Fri May 24, 2013
Two Remote Volcano Sensors Resume Sending Seismic Data
Scientists are now able to monitor two remote volcanoes on the Alaska Peninsula after equipment came back to life this spring.
Thu May 23, 2013
UAF nearing partnership for veterinary program
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is finalizing details on a partnership that would establish a new veterinary medicine program by 2015.
Wed May 22, 2013
Finalist for Archaeology Curator Job to Give Talk
One of three finalists for a job as curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North is scheduled to speak at a public seminar this week.
Graduates inspire with challenges, achievements, plans for future
Homer High School graduates, from left, Katie Pitzman, Ethan Kizzia, Katie Kirsis and Grant Arseneau march into the gym at the school's commencement ceremony Sunday evening.
Kayhi students observe underwater survey
Gary Freitag works the controls for the underwater Remote Operated Vehicle while Ketchikan High School oceanography students watch the ROV's live video feed.
Professor disputes Ice Classic record
A University of Alaska Fairbanks professor is disputing the claim that this year's Nenana Ice Classic culminated with the latest river breakup in its 97-year history.
UAF researchers contribute to global glacier study
Fairbanks, Alaska- Alaska's melting glaciers remain one of the largest contributors to the world's rising sea levels, say two University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists.
Financial blow for Alaskan volcano monitoring
Volcanologists who monitor eruptions of Alaskan volcanoes are scrambling to cope with US federal budget cuts - even as the Pavlof volcano, 1,000 kilometres southwest of Alaska's biggest city, Anchorage, spouts a towering ash plume that is threatening plane flights.
Tue May 21, 2013
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced on Monday that three more states would join the ranks of those given permission to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law in favor of their own school improvement plans.
Mon May 20, 2013
A-Infos Radio Project
Radio Ecoshock Show: Who will control the world's climate? , Segment 1
All interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock. Clips of Julie Brigham-Grette from You tube at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, presented by www.frontierscientists.com, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Sun May 19, 2013
World Record Set for Tightest Residential Building
Earlier this year, the World Record Academy awarded a home in Dillingham, Alaska with the record for the Tightest Residential Building .
Sat May 18, 2013
Archaeology curator applicant to give talk
An anthropologist seeking a job as archaeology curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North will speak at a public seminar on prehistoric subsistence next week.
Thu May 16, 2013
Clark professor studies glacier contributions to sea level rise
Ninety-nine percent of all of Earth's land ice is locked up in the massive Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets.
Anchorage Daily News
Borough approves money for UA Fairbanks recycling
The funding was provided after campus officials threatened to shut down community recycling bins in a parking lot on June 1 if the borough did not come up with a contribution.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Biggest and Weirdest Maars on Earth
In Alaska, where the winter runs colder, the sun shines longer and the mountains rise taller than any other state, the Land of the Midnight Sun can claim another superlative: The biggest and strangest maars ever found on Earth.
Fresh lava flows off Pavlof volcano on May 13, 2013. The photo was taken from a plane at about 10,500 feet.
Tue May 14, 2013
Showcase Your Pioneering Invention At The 2013 Arctic Innovation Competition & Win Up To $10,000
If you're looking to win some major cash for sharing your ground-breaking invention or product, and are able to go to Fairbanks, Alaska to do so, then I've got the contest for you! This has to be one of the most open-ended contests that I've ever reported on, but the University of Alaska Fairbanks is hosting its yearly Arctic Innovation Competition ... (more)
Sat May 11, 2013
Anchorage Daily News
Molly Rettig: Using climate data to predict snow in Alaska
In Alaska, our lives revolve around the weather. When it comes to predicting conditions like temperature, snow and rain, the best glimpse into the future comes from climate models.