Student assistants

Cameron Blood

Cameron Blood

Senior Student Assistant

Position funded by the School of Management

Cameron Blood came to the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2018 from Seattle, Washington. Initially his intent was to pursue a degree in Arctic and Northern Studies. Within his first year at the University he was absolutely mesmerized by the snowy winters. Although he enjoys the arctic climate, his passion for education has changed and his current focus is a degree in Justice, as his goal is to become a police officer.

While attending Garfield Highschool in Seattle, he was on the Wrestling team for 3 years as well as a member of the senior yearbook staff. Cameron found the drive to take on more tasks than just schoolwork. In the Spring of 2019, he began working at the UAF Alumni Office.

In his free time Cameron enjoys reading books of all genres; mystery, historical, science fiction and horror. In the warmer months, he enjoys traveling around Fairbanks with friends and finding new locales to visit. Luckily for him winter is his favorite season. The cold does not bother him as he has no qualms with watching movies and relaxing indoors.

Millard Arnold

Millard Arnold

Student Assistant

Millard Arnold arrived in Alaska to attend the University of Alaska Fairbanks in the fall of 2019 and quickly joined the Alumni Relations team. Originally from Calgary, Millard feels at home in the Fairbanks climate and has been enjoying the chance to spend time hiking outside in the wilderness of Alaska. Millard is an avid reader and can be found reading a book whenever he has free time.

As a new student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Millard is taking classes to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. During his time here, Millard will be working with alumni to share current news about the university while learning about UAF’s history from their perspective as past students. 

As the offspring of two UAF alumni, Millard has spent his life listening to stories about UAF and looks forward to finding new stories to tell the next generation.