All events take place at the UAA Campus Bookstore unless otherwise indicated
 

Hajo Eicken on the International Polar Year 2007-08

 

Dr. Nick Begich on HAARP

Tuesday, January 30th 5:00pm-7:00pm
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Dr. Nick Begich on Climate Change

 

Chef Vern for Valentine's Day

Thursday, February 8th 1:00pm-2:00pm
 

Lise Van Susteren on Climate Change and Mental Health

 

2nd Fridays Alaska Native Series: Oral Traditions Today

Friday, February 9th 1:30pm-3:30pm
 

Jon Dehn on Volcanoes in the Infrared

 

Paul Rose Voyages of Discovery and Change

Tuesday, February 13th 5:00pm-7:00pm
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Grad Fair

Wed-Thurs, February 14th –15th 10:00am-6:00pm/Fri, 16th 10:00am-5:00pm
 

Meth Lab Investigation

 

Dr. Nick Begich on Mind Control

Thursday, February 22nd 5:00pm-8:00pm
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Changing Images of American Women Forum

Wednesday, March 7th 5:30pm-7:00pm
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In honor of Women's History Month, the UAA Campus Bookstore welcomes panelists Suzanne Forster (English Department), Katya Kuzentsova (Theatre and Dance Department), Mary Reeve (Native Student Services) and Elizabeth James (History Department) for a fun look at the changing images of American women. Everyone is invited to attend and share their observations. Free parking is available. For more information contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782.
 

UAA/APU Book of the Semester Discussion: Tortilla Curtain

Thursday, March 8th 5:00pm-7:00pm
Everyone is invited to come to the UAA Campus Bookstore and join panel members Betty Buchan (Department of Health Sciences), Nelta Edwards (Sociology), Ann Jache (Sociology), Karen Ferguson (Catholic Social Services) and Kirmanie Ravariere (UAA International student) for a discussion of T.C. Boyle's Tortilla Curtain. This is an opportunity for people to share their thoughts about a heart wrenching story and get ready for T.C. Boyle's visit to UAA. For more information, and free parking, contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782.
 

Cold Country

Friday, March 9th 11:00am - 12:30pm
UAF Creative Writing Department's Gerri Brightwell presents her novel "Cold Country" This event is sponsored by UAA Women's Studies Department.
 

2nd Fridays Alaska Native Series: Women in my Life

Friday, March 9th 1:30pm-3:30pm
2nd Fridays Alaska Native Series: Women in My Life Mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunties, wives...Alaska Native men talk about important women in their lives and in their cultures. Panelists include Willie Hensley (Inupiat), Paul Ongtooguk (Siberian Yupik), Ethan Petticrew (Unungan) and others. This is the second 2nd Fridays Alaska Native Series event that is sponsored by ANROP/Residence Life,Cama-I Room,UAA Campus Bookstore,Native Student Sevices,RRANN, Alaska Native Studies.
 

Lesbian Land Movement

Thursday, March 15th 5:00pm - 7:00pm
UAF Sociology Department's Sine Anahita presents "Lesbian Land Movement" (aka the Landdyke Movement) This event is sponsored by UAA Women's Studies Department. Free parking available. For more information contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782.
 

T.C. Boyle Lecture

Tuesday, March 27th 7:00pm @ Wendy Williamson Auditorium
Book signing for Tortilla Curtain.
 

Robert Bly Lecture

Monday, March 26th 7:00pm @ Wilda Marsten Auditorium, Loussac Library
Book signing for: Eating the Honey of Words; Iron John; Little Book on the Woman Shadow; Lorca and Jiminez; Mirabai; My Sentence was a Thousand Years; Silence in the Snowy Fields; Soul is Here and Winged Energy of Delight.
 

Matthew Spalding Lecture

Thursday, March 29th 7:30pm @ UAA/APU Consortium Library Rm. 307
Sponsored by Teaching American History Workshop. Book signing for Founders Almanac, The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, and Sacred Union of Citizens.
 

2nd Fridays Alaska Native Series: Full Bellies

Friday, April 13th 1:30pm-3:30pm
 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows PRE-RELEASE Celebration

Friday, April 20th from 10:30am - 3:30pm
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Hear Harry Potter recitations in different languages, meet a snake at noontime, Come by the Tri-Wizard Activity Table and the opening of Honeydukes Sweet Shop, There is much much more plus a drawing for a free nano. Don't miss the excitement! Bring your family bring your friends. For more information contact Rachel at 786-4782. This celebration is co sponsored by UAA Assembly.
Pictures from this event.
 

Take Control of Finals and Stress with Dennis Walworth

Friday, April 27th from 9:30am - 10:30am
Dennis Walworth presents useful stress release and meditation techniques. Dennis has over 15 years experience in meditation and self-inquiry and currently teaches a weekly mediation class in Anchorage. This event is free and everyone is encouraged to take advantage of these lessons. For more information contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782.