Monthly Archives: May 2016

Faculty Focus: Seth Danielson

Seth Danielson is a bit of a Renaissance man, whose heart and soul belong to Alaska. Following his childhood in Connecticut, Seth attended Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he earned an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering with a minor … Continue reading

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Scientific collaboration connects humans, salmon on the Kenai

By JOHN MESSICK Find the original story in the Peninsula Clarion. As summer comes to the Kenai Peninsula, a group of scientists are trying to understand the deeper connections between its communities and its most iconic resource — salmon. Last … Continue reading

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Role-playing leads to deeper understanding in fisheries

by Marissa Carl-Acosta Originally posted in UAF Cornerstone. Numbers appear on the screen and Madeline Jovanovich morphs from a senior student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks into the local area manager of the Big Wind salmon fishery. She reads … Continue reading

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