A program focused on bridging the gap between Indigenous knowledge and Western science is entering its second year at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
A new University of Alaska Fairbanks study explores the life story of a woolly mammoth that lived 17,000 years ago.
Havelock played a role in some of Alaska’s most important federal statutes, including the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy said Wednesday that he had ordered that the WWAMI medical education program and 17 other programs be funded.
Soos was on a solo bicycle ride in Maine last Wednesday when he suffered a fatal accident.
More students are able to live on campus this year, but some rooms are still reserved for “quarantine housing.” All students living on campus were required to get a COVID-19 vaccine, unless they’ve been approved for an exemption.
UAF Chancellor Dan White said Tuesday he’s still weighing whether to require vaccinations for students living in residence halls.
University of Alaska president Pat Pitney announced Friday face masks will be required indoors at all University of Alaska locations in communities with high or substantial transmission.
Chena had a number of advantages until Judge James Wickersham persuaded federal authorities to build a courthouse in Fairbanks.
The Alaska Library Catalog facilitates borrowing and lending among member libraries across Alaska.