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Cristina Hansen, UAF biology and wildlife PhD candidate and USGS Alaska Science Center volunteer won the 2014 Wildlife Disease Association Graduate Student Research Recognition Award for ...

Knut Kielland's book review of "Tundra-taiga biology: human, plant, and animal survival in the Arctic" is published in Ecology. Read more here

Welcome to Monica Armbruster, the new Fiscal Professional for the Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit....

Protection of minors mandatory training for all UAF staff and faculty. Deadline 31 Aug. 2014. Details here.

Title IX mandatory training for all UAF staff and faculty. Deadline 31 Aug 2014. Schedule and instructions.

In The News

27 Aug 2014: Why don't hibernating bears get osteoporosis? - Sit News (Ketchikan, Alaska)
13 Aug 2014: University of Alaska Fairbanks awarded $18.8 million for biomedical research, education -
Brian Barnes
10 Aug 2014: Researchers investigate invasive plants - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Christa P. H. Mulder, Katie Spellman
5 Aug 2014: Obese grizzly bears 'shed light on diabetes' - BBC News Health
Brian Barnes
4 Aug 2014: Porcupine caribou herd could disappear in 100 years: study - CBC News
Todd Brinkman
3 Aug 2014: High-tech bird decoy fools flycatchers - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Julie Hagelin
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