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Today, the GI encompasses over 500 permanent field sites across Alaska and employs 363 individuals, including 51 graduate students and 63 faculty. It's where you go to when it comes to Arctic science.
The grant that will go toward establishing a new research observatory at the HAARP site in Gakona.
Families came out and sat together on the grass, while Geophysical Institute staff and the Society of Physics Students set up solar telescopes, crafts and prizes. The organizers held a drawing for a telescope, picture book, solar system model and some Frisbees.
“I think we’re gonna go, enjoy their culture, food, have a good trip and, by the way, we’ll play a hockey game,” Zarnke said.
The governor’s effort to slash the university’s budget has many unforeseen consequences. Faculty, staff and students in the GI and at UAF love this state and will do anything we can when called upon to help. There is another side of research at UAF that often goes unnoticed.