麻将游戏赚钱On Dec. 11, our Facilities and Campus Services team was made aware of a pothole that shut down the westbound lanes of Northern Lights Boulevard between UAA Drive and Career Center Drive. It has since been upgraded to a sinkhole, and the lanes will remain closed for an undetermined amount of time while crews repair the damage. We anticipate the closure will extend through the week.
Finals week is a very stressful time for students. Students, please know that your professors have been made aware of the situation. Please communicate with them any delays you may experience due to this issue. We know this is an unexpected traffic challenge. Please take a deep breath. We want you to have a smooth and safe finals week.
Ms. Misty Libby is the Program Manager with AERC and works directly with clients on projects in Alaska and Hawaii. Misty works with clients and faculty members to ensure project progress and successful completion. She also manages the day-to-day operations both in the office and in the field. She has worked as a field biologist across the Northeast United States and throughout Alaska and worked in emergency medicine in the veterinary field for sixteen years treating wildlife and domestic animals. During this time, she was also cofounder and president of a canine search and rescue team. Her professional interests include wildlife diseases, conservation canines, and ornithology. Ms. Libby received her BS in Natural Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage and her Veterinary Technology degree from Becker College. She is currently enrolled as a graduate student.
George Parish is the Research Technician II for the Applied Environmental Research Center. He plays an integral role in the execution of BEI’s mission, focusing on logistical and intellectual support for various clients. He works closely with the AERC program management team, ensuring all goals and expectations are met for project partners. His background in conservation science has included wildlife biology, aquaculture, physiology, and renewable energy systems. His undergraduate degree is from James Madison University where he majored in Integrated Science and Technology. He later pursued a Masters Degree from the University of Hawaii at Hilo where he studied Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science.