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Issue 5 - 6/18/2003

A Summer of Traffic Delays on Campus
Road construction work will continue to require traffic modifications through the remainder of June and for much of July.
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Depiction of what the new entrance road (Thompson Drive) will look like by fall 2004 (courtesy of UAF Facilities Services).
University Increases Health Care Contribution; So Do We
The university is increasing its defined contribution to the UA2000 health plan by 20 percent  beginning July 1, 2003.
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Transitions
Finance, Foundation, and Public Affairs have filled positions recently.
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Virginia Linneman
Construction Crane Topples; No One Hurt
A crane at the West Ridge utilidor construction site toppled to one side on Wednesday, June 11, but no  one was injured in the incident.  The crane on the other hand suffered some damage.
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Toppled crane.  photo by Lesa Hollen
Old Storage Space Becomes New ARSC Space
After months of renovations, which included cutting holes in cement walls to create windows, several Arctic Region Supercomputing Center staff relocated their offices this week to Butrovich 001, formerly the Butrovich storage space.
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New ARSC Cubicles
Recap of June Regents' Meeting
Four new academic programs, all aimed at helping to meet Alaskaís workforce needs, were approved by the University of Alaska Board of Regents when it met on the UAF campus in Fairbanks June 9-10, 2003.
 
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Melissa Brown, an assistant professor of applied business at UAFís Tanana Valley Campus, was honored with the 2003 Presidentís Outstanding Distance Educator Award.
Construction Delays on the Parks Highway
Construction delays on the Parks Highway are causing almost a half hour delay between Fairbanks and Healy or (Denali National Park).
 
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Flag Person and long line of 20 to 30 cars awaiting the Pilot Car - Photo by Lesa Hollen
The Kings are RUNNING in Interior Alaska!
Hear Ye, Hear Ye! The Kings are a running in the Interior of Alaska. Dipnetting in the Copper River only allowed till June 22nd and the Kings are even in the Chulitna River on the Parks Highway.
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Salmon are a running in the Interior
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