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Senator Begich speaks at SWEET Event

Senator Begich discusses the stimulus package during a Students Who Enjoy Economic Thinking (SWEET) event in the UAF ballroom. Hundreds of attendees came to hear him speak. Click on photo for more information. Photo by Monique Musick

Hamilton Announces new tuition Costs

President Hamilton released a memo on new tuition rates for FY2012. To review his memo please click  HERE...

2009 Staff Campaign kick-off

The 2009 Statewide Staff campaign kick-off will be May 11 in the BOR conference room. The annual fundraising campaign is important for far more reasons than just the funds it supports. MORE...

Legislative Update

Capital and Operating budgets fall short of Board of Regent requests. Follow link for more information on this year's decisions in Juneau. MORE...

Click HERE to download the budget summary PDF

Regents' Recap

The University of Alaska Board of Regents wrapped up a two-day meeting at Prince William Sound Community College earlier this month (April 8-9, 2009) after approving a new Ph.D. program in indigenous studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, among other action items. MORE...

Power Conservation at UAF

Facilities Services Utilities Division will be shutting down the turbines for cleaning from April 23 through May 23, 2009. During those 30 days the campus will be relying solely on GVEA for power. Because of the significantly higher cost of this electricity Chancellor Rogers asks the campus community to reduce electrical use in an effort to save money.   MORE.....

TVC video joins YouTube ranks

Tanana Valley Campus Marketing and Community Relations manager Michelle Renfrew announced the completion of a new promotional video for TVC.  MORE...

FAFSA Frenzy success

Either a sign of the times, or the result of a clever marketing campaign this year's February FAFSA Frenzy was a recordbreaking success.  MORE...

UA's Emergency Manager completes Homeland Security Course

On Thursday April 23 Ron Swartz, Emergency Manager for the UAA campuses, graduated from training at the National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The U.S. Department Homeland Security course, “Discussion-based Exercise Design & Evaluation”, taught attendees how to create, execute, and review tabletop disaster exercises. There were about 55 emergency preparedness professionals from across the country in the class. Presented as part of the Emergency Management Institute, the course was one of three Swartz will complete as part of certification as a Master Exercise Practitioner. Travel & registration funding was provided by Homeland Security.

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