Staff Spotlight: Michael Hevezi

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Meet Michael, our dedicated colleague spearheading the recruitment efforts and support for high school students looking to take online courses at UAF. Michael’s commitment to student success goes above and beyond; he actively mentors and supports students throughout their academic journey, helping them navigate challenges and achieve their goals. With Michael’s guidance, high school students discover a pathway to academic excellence, unlocking a world of possibilities at UAF.

Q: What do you do at eCampus?

A: I am the Alaska Advantage Program Coordinator.

Q: How do you work with students?

A: I provide support for high school students to take online courses at both UAF and UAS.

Q: How can students connect with you?

A: They can reach out to me via phone or email (both available on the Advantage website)!

Q: What do you like about working at UAF eCampus?

A: I like the level of diversity our team has. Their different backgrounds, skills, and perspectives create a well-rounded think tank that can identify and promote avenues of progress and adaptation at UAF!

Q: What’s your ideal way to spend your weekends?

A: I love tinkering on a mechanical project, cooking a complex recipe, and reading classical literature. 

Q: What topic could you give an hour-long presentation on with little to no preparation?

A: Sitting meditation & associated research studies

Q: If you could meet one person, living or dead, real or fictional, and have a conversation with them, who would you meet and what would you talk about?

A: I would meet one of my ancestors who came to the US through Ellis Island to learn more about their experiences making such an epic journey!

Michael Hevezi
Michael showing off a beading masterpiece from a long-time friend who’s a beading artist with family from the Interior regions of Alaska, where Michael lived before coming to Fairbanks to attend UAF

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  • UAF eCampus Staff

    eCampus is a tight-knit group of people who are educators, readers, artists, gamers, bakers, writers, knitters, builders, adventurers, runners...we're adding to this list every day! There's usually laughter in our department meetings, and our potlucks are pretty epic.

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