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Calgary Sun
Hitmen's Ferguson heads back to Alberta to build something specialAfter a tour of hockey’s minor leagues, Dallas Ferguson figured it was time for
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
After a tour of hockey’s minor leagues, Dallas Ferguson figured it was time for a real job. The young lad from Wainwright, Alta. would return to finish his business degree at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, where he had patrolled the blue-line... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Turning on the aurora switch with HAARPcreated a website related to the project: https://sites.google.com/alaska.edu/g
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 2 days ago
created a website related to the project: https://sites.google.com/alaska.edu/gakonahaarpoon. Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
'Blue economy' attracting international interestInitiative, a collaboration of the Bering Sea Fishermen's Association, the Coll
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 2 days ago
Initiative, a collaboration of the Bering Sea Fishermen's Association, the College of Fisheries and Oceans Science at University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Global Entrepreneurs Institute at University of Alaska Anchorage. (The cluster holds... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Hurricanes and far north sea icevery slow-moving storm like Harvey, or a westward-going track like (2012’s Hurr
Juneau Empire / Posted 3 days ago
very slow-moving storm like Harvey, or a westward-going track like (2012’s Hurricane) Sandy.” • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska’s economy depends on ocean science and technologyof all ocean-based industries.” This week, a working group of representatives f
Juneau Empire / Posted 3 days ago
of all ocean-based industries.” This week, a working group of representatives from federal agencies and military, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, nonprofits, and science associations are meeting at the Oceans ‘17 Conference in Anchorage to... Read more
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New Kerala
Nonprofit Colleges Online Publishes Ranking of Best Colleges for Online Associate Degrees - newkerala news #273772BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 21, 2017 : Nonprofit Colleges Online has published 'Th
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 21, 2017 : Nonprofit Colleges Online has published 'The 50 Best Colleges for Online Associate's Degrees' - the first in a new series of rankings highlighting high quality online graduate programs. This particular ranking... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Housing First facility to welcome first tenants within a weeka resident makes no money, his or her rent will be zero. If a resident makes, s
Juneau Empire / Posted 5 days ago
a resident makes no money, his or her rent will be zero. If a resident makes, say $1,000 per month, they’ll pay $300. The University of Alaska Fairbanks will also be conducting a study of the tenants (or at least those who agree to participate).... Read more
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Alaska Public
Fairbanks’ anti-commercial marijuana ballot measures likely to boost turnout for October electionon the ballots are likely to draw more voters to the polls in what observers sa
Alaska Public / Posted 5 days ago
on the ballots are likely to draw more voters to the polls in what observers say will likely be a close election. University of Alaska Fairbanks political science professor Amy Lovecraft believes the two ballot propositions that will ask... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Candidate profiles for Assembly, School Board electionin biochemistry & philosophy, 1973; M.S. from University of California Santa Cr
Juneau Empire / Posted 8 days ago
in biochemistry & philosophy, 1973; M.S. from University of California Santa Cruz in physical chemistry, 1983; Ph.D. from University of Alaska Fairbanks in Fisheries, 2005. Occupation: Environmental chemist Family: Wendy Whelan, wife; Kyle... Read more
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Alaska Public
Friday, Sept. 15, 2017Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the north is the fo
Alaska Public / Posted 9 days ago
Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the north is the focus of meetings in Fairbanks this week. The University of Alaska Fairbanks “Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Integration” is hosting industry... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
North Korea blast lights up Alaska seismometersdetonated in a shaft more than one mile deep beneath Amchitka Island in the wes
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 9 days ago
detonated in a shaft more than one mile deep beneath Amchitka Island in the western Aleutians. Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Study challenges theories on why third WTC building collapsedsources. On Monday, a dissident "truther" group that claims there was a 9/11 c
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 9 days ago
sources. On Monday, a dissident "truther" group that claims there was a 9/11 cover-up, plans to use a study by the University of Alaska Fairbanks engineering department to announce its latest effort to show that a federal report about the... Read more
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Alaska Public
National labs to field test microgrid tech in Cordovaus access to world-class technical resources.” Cordova will work with three na
Alaska Public / Posted 11 days ago
us access to world-class technical resources.” Cordova will work with three national labs and several universities, along with the Alaska Center for Energy and Power at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the Alaska Village Electric Cooperat... Read more
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Alaska Public
Wednesday, Sep. 13, 2017climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant T
Alaska Public / Posted 11 days ago
climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant Tim Ellis, KUAC – Fairbanks The University of Alaska Fairbanks is building a heat-and-power plant to replace the old facility that went into service in 1964.... Read more
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New Kerala
Media Advisory: Family Members and Technical Experts to Announce 'Bobby McIlvaine Act,' Call on Congress to Launch New 9/11 Investigation - newkerala news #271305computer simulation of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse — a study condu
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
computer simulation of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse — a study conducted by researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and funded by AE911Truth — to bolster its case that NIST's account of the building collapses... Read more
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BC Local News
Vipers give Jags the ‘C’They affectionately call him Jags. The four-year veteran is a consummate leade
BC Local News / Posted 13 days ago
They affectionately call him Jags. The four-year veteran is a consummate leader and has been officially named captain of the Vernon Vipers. The Michigan Tech Huskies commit is a game shy of 150 in the B.C. Hockey League and is coming off a career... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Vipers give Jags the ‘C’They affectionately call him Jags. The four-year veteran is a consummate leade
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 13 days ago
They affectionately call him Jags. The four-year veteran is a consummate leader and has been officially named captain of the Vernon Vipers. The Michigan Tech Huskies commit is a game shy of 150 in the B.C. Hockey League and is coming off a career... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Longtime Habitat for Humanity board member, volunteer Bill Radtke steps downwho taught at Kenai Middle School for about a decade before retiring. Before th
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 15 days ago
who taught at Kenai Middle School for about a decade before retiring. Before that, he was briefly a professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and taught for a number of years at schools in rural Alaska, including at Nanwalek on the... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Slicing a 20,000-year-old mammoth tuskthat makes the shop smell like the dentist's when you have your teeth drilled,"
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 16 days ago
that makes the shop smell like the dentist's when you have your teeth drilled," Pomraning said. Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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Juneau Empire
As glaciers melt, scientists try to figure out how fish will respondyears of research this summer. The professors — Bergstrom from the University o
Juneau Empire / Posted 16 days ago
years of research this summer. The professors — Bergstrom from the University of Alaska Southeast and Beaudreau from the University of Alaska Fairbanks — have been studying marine biodiversity at the mouths of the Mendenhall, Cowee and Eagle... Read more
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redOrbit
Alaskan permafrost is thawing, and here’s why that’s a big problemAugust 24, 2017 by Chuck Bednar With a name like “permafrost,” one would prob
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
August 24, 2017 by Chuck Bednar With a name like “permafrost,” one would probably think that the frozen terrain in sub-Arctic Alaska would be safe from the effects of global climate... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Village priest finds a new calling in Sitkaone of his teachers convinced him to go to college, Andrew studied elementary e
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 20 days ago
one of his teachers convinced him to go to college, Andrew studied elementary education at the Kuskokwim Campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks for a few years before deciding that he needed to answer his calling to the priesthood and... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Polar bears of the past survived warmthbackgrounds. The latter is the specialty of Sandra Talbot. She is a research wi
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 23 days ago
backgrounds. The latter is the specialty of Sandra Talbot. She is a research wildlife geneticist who earned her Ph.D at the University of Alaska Fairbanks by helping determine that the mitochondrial DNA of brown bears on Admiralty, Baranof and... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Here's what farmed-fish escape in Washington could mean for Alaskasaid. "We want to know if you caught them." Gary Freitag, marine advisory agen
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 23 days ago
said. "We want to know if you caught them." Gary Freitag, marine advisory agent for the Alaska Sea Grant program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, said he's concerned about the escape because of the potential for competition with Pacific... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
A tasty walk in the woodsLeading a group of berry seekers, Janice Chumley of the University of Alaska Fa
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 24 days ago
Leading a group of berry seekers, Janice Chumley of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service contrasts the tasty lingonberry (also known as lowbush cranberries) with the “edible but insipid” specimen of bunchberry dogwood in... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Spruce bark beetle activity spikes in Southcentralstates. The beetle usually attacks Sitka, Lutz and white spruce but only rarel
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 24 days ago
states. The beetle usually attacks Sitka, Lutz and white spruce but only rarely attacks black spruce, according to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service. Trees that have been attacked will have reddish brown dust from... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
Rich Mendoza returns to Humboldt State as Jacks’ top assistant coachArcata >> Rich Mendoza is back on the North Coast. Mendoza, the former head me
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 25 days ago
Arcata >> Rich Mendoza is back on the North Coast. Mendoza, the former head men’s basketball coach at College of the Redwoods, has been named as Steve Kinder’s No. 1 assistant at Humboldt State, the school announced Wednesday afternoon. Mendoza... Read more
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The Seattle Times
To make really big bucks, don’t go to college in WashingtonThe Seattle-based salary research outfit Payscale surveyed 2.3 million graduate
The Seattle Times / Posted 26 days ago
The Seattle-based salary research outfit Payscale surveyed 2.3 million graduates of 2,700 universities and colleges to get a look at what graduates can expect to make. Washington schools didn’t blow the top off the list. The University of Washington... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Meet Gov. Walker’s first big challengera series of teaching and administrative jobs within western Alaska school distr
Juneau Empire / Posted 28 days ago
a series of teaching and administrative jobs within western Alaska school districts. He earned a master’s degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1992 and passed through the University of Alaska Anchorage superintendent endorsement... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Hike across Alaska ends with after-dinner bearlife. For the second time. And thank you, for reading these words and travelin
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 30 days ago
life. For the second time. And thank you, for reading these words and traveling along with us. Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Parayko's obscure route to NHL didn't deter his determinationHAZELWOOD, Mo. -- When he put pen to paper and officially completed something t
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 1 months ago
HAZELWOOD, Mo. -- When he put pen to paper and officially completed something that gives him security on the job and certainly financially, Blues defenseman Colton Parayko could finally exhale. And smile. He did it. From the banks of the Sturgeon... Read more

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