UAF Chancellor Dan White hosted a series of online forums COVID-19 information forums. The first forum, at 10 a.m., July 31, was a discussion about plans for fall. 

If you missed it, you can stream the chancellor's July 31 forum on fall planning.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu

August COVID-19 information forums were an opportunity to ask questions and hear from leadership about UAF’s plans for fall semester. 

If you missed it, you can stream the August 7 COVID-19 information forum.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu.

August COVID-19 information forums were an opportunity to ask questions and hear from leadership about UAF’s plans for fall semester. 

If you missed it, you can stream the August 14 COVID-19 information forum.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu.

The chancellor’s leadership team hosted an online forum Friday, Aug. 21. UAF Chancellor Dan White was joined by Dr. Tom Hennessey, an epidemiologist with the statewide incident management team, to discuss aerosols and COVID-19 testing. Other participants included:
  • Tom Hennessey, statewide incident management team
  • Jak Maier, Faculty Senate president
  • Holly Beamon, acting director, Residence Life
  • Doug Schrage, fire chief and director of emergency management

If you missed it, you can stream the August 21 COVID-19 information forum.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu.

August COVID-19 information forums were an opportunity to ask questions and hear from leadership about UAF’s plans for fall semester. 

If you missed it, you can stream the August 28 COVID-19 information forum.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu.

Chancellor White and the UAF leadership team hosted an online forum on differentiated tuition, Thursday, Oct. 15, from 1-2 p.m.

Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Anupma Prakash, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Keith Champagne, and Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services Julie Queen, and Vice Chancellor for Rural Community and Native Education Evon Peter were on hand to present information and answer questions about a UAF proposal for differentiated tuition.

If you missed it, you can stream the October 15 forum on differentiated tuition.

For more information, email Carla Browning, institutional events and communications manager, at uaf-events@alaska.edu.