Conrad is a student at UAF and began working for Outdoor Adventures in 2014. Being born and raised in Alaksa has given him a passion for the outdoors. Conrad especially enjoys the snowfilled winter months and is under the impression that there is no such thing as too much snow. Some of his favorite activities include cross country skiing, backcountry skiing, and mountaineering but he enjoys any day spent outdoors.
Credentials: Wilderness First Responder, EMT-1, PCIA Climbing Wall Instructor, Level 1 Avalanche, Level 2 Avalanche, Level 3 Avalanche, Swift Water Rescue Technician
Dakota has worked as a member of the climbing wall staff since the fall of 2012. Once a Texan through and through, Dakota is slowly learning the Alaskan way. He loves finding adventure in the outdoors and hopes his future geology degree will allow him to spend more time in the wilderness. When not working Dakota spends his time rock and ice climbing, mountaineering, boating, and grilling.
Credentials: Wilderness First Responder, PCIA Climbing Wall Instructor-Lead Certified, Swift Water Rescue Technician
Christian has worked as a member of the climbing wall staff since the spring of 2013. Hailing from Denmark, Christian speaks fluent Danish and eats them too. He is a master's student in the Northern Studies program and will conduct research on high latitude thrill seeking. Christian likes spending much time outside climbing and mountaineering.
Credentials: Wilderness First Responder, PCIA Climbing Wall Instructor, Swift Water Rescue Technician
Luke Rollie Rogers
Luke began at Outdoor Adventures as an intern for the 2014-2015 school year. Now an employee at OA, he specializes in whitewater rafting while also having a love for hiking mountains and downhill skiing. Luke studies wildlife biology at UAF and plans to continue to make Alaska his home while advocating the preservation of Alaska's natural landscape and its abundance of wildlife. He also hopes to continue developing his skills in whitewater rafting while learning new ones such as backcountry skiing and mountaineering.
Credentials: Wilderness First Responder, PCIA CWI, Swift Water Rescue
Patty Ice Arena
My name is Brent Culleton. This is my fourth year at UAF. I am persuing a bachelor's degree in forestry. A few hobbies I have are fishing, cutting down trees with my axe, and spending time at the gym. This is my fourth year helping out our intermural program.
My name is Ethan Trickey and I’m a junior studying mining engineering. This is my second year at UAF and also my second year refereeing. I ref Hockey, Volleyball and flag football and I’m also an active player in the leagues. In my free time in the winter I like to go ridding in the mountains and play hockey.
My name is Grant Cummings and I'm currently a Petroleum Engineering
student. This is my second year working for the SRC. I enjoy bowling,
Ping Pong, slack lining, kayaking, fencing, running, tennis, long
boarding and volleyball. If you have any questions regarding any of
the IM sports don't hesitate to ask me around campus, I'm relatively
nice once I've had coffee!
Hey there! My name is Kelsey and I'm a sophomore studying Geological Engineering up
here at UAF. I love to play volleyball, be outdoors, and jam with friends. I have
been refereeing for four years, one of which has been with DRAW. Hope you guys have
a killer year!
SRC Membership Services
My name is Kegan Bowman. To start, I am a sophomore in college and am currently working towards getting a bachelors degree in emergency management, an associates degree in fire science, and another associates degree in paramedicine. I hope to work as a paramedic and fire fighter at a fire department in the future. I am a very outdoorsy person and I believe that is why I was so attracted to UAF. I love to hunt, fish, hike, snowboard, and pretty much do anything that gets me outside. Along those same lines, I am a very active person and play multiple intramural sports which include hockey, volleyball, and broomball. Along with my duties of working at the front desk of the SRC I referee the intramural sports. Well, that is a pretty much me in a nutshell!
My name is Ally Brawner. I am a sophomore and this is my first year at UAF. In my free time I like to hang out with friends, countdown to Christmas, play music, eat mac and cheese and take naps. My goal is to one day become a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. Or a close-up magician. Whatever comes first.