To maximize the number of usable parking spaces and corresponding headbolt heater outlets, please park in the following patterns:
In the "old" parking lot between the Elvey Building and Arctic Biology, six vehicles use each outlet post. Three vehicles on each side of the island. One vehicle should be centered on the post, flanked by to other vehicles as shown in the picture.
You know you want one! Geophysical Institute T-shirts are now available in sizes small through XXL. All regular sized T-shirts are $15. If you want an XXL, it's $16. All proceeds from the T-shirt sales fund future GI events.
Contact Debbie Coxon in GI Operations for more information at dcoxon [at] gi [dot] alaska [dot] edu.
Show your GI pride! Purchase a Geophysical Institute T-shirt. The Operations Office is currently selling shirts with the GI logo. Extra large shirts are available for $15 and double extra large shirts are available for $16. Contact Debbie Coxon at 907-474-7411 to make your purchase.
In order for the Operations Office to best facilitate and coordinate your GI requests:
All requests for Elvey building maintenance, hanging of pictures, white boards and bulletin boards, office moves, furniture needs, old or broken furniture that needs removed, office and cubical reconfigurations need to be submitted to the GI Operations Office.
This will allow GI Operations to schedule your requests with our staff to ensure your requests are met in a timely manner.
Please submit these requests to: operations [at] gi [dot] alaska [dot] edu
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TThe GI has one evacuation chair that is located iside the Operations Office 615 directly across from the elevators. The purpose of the chair is to assist with evacuating people unable to walk down the stairs themselves in case of an emergency that renders the elevators unsafe. Example emergencies include fire and earthquake. Consider use of the chair not only for wheel-chair bound people, but for anyone temporarily on crutches or otherwise with limited mobility.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks will conduct a disaster response exercise July 26-28.
During the exercise, there will be test communications and exercise activities happening at a variety of locations around campus and in the community. Personnel and visitors to campus are encouraged to watch for signs and emergency vehicles and plan for traffic delays at some locations on campus.
Exercise communications will be available online at uafalert.alaska.edu or by calling 474-7UAF.
Emergency action plans are presented here for your perusal. Please read the plan that is appropriate for your building BEFORE an emergency situation comes into play. The life you save could be your own, a total stranger's, a co-worker's or a firefighter's.
Please take a few minutes to read the Emergency Action Plan, listed below, pertaining to your building.
A number of GI employees are located in the Akasofu/IARC building. The Akasofu/IARC Emergency Action Plans are included here for their convenience.
This year marks the first Golden Days parade that will feature large-scale, unified University of Alaska Fairbanks participation. Though many university-affiliated groups have a long tradition of walking, riding, and dancing the approximate 2.7-mile-long parade route independently, all units will join forces from here on out.