Special Event: Saturday August 9th at 7:30pm
Ring Women honor Alaskan Mystery Writer Sue Henry
The UAA Campus Bookstore will have special hours this day to welcome Ring Women to Anchorage and for them to meet their favorite mystery author, Alaska's Sue Henry. Sue Henry has written numerous mystery books and has featured the character Maxine with her RV and dachshund, Stretch. Everyone can attend this event .
COLLEGE COLORS DAY!
Friday August 29, 2008
Get all you UAA colors in one T-shirt 3 pack.
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Wednesday July 16 from 1:00pm-2:30pm
An Alaskan in Yemen: A Photo Journey with Linda Hartman
Get a glimpse of life in Yemen when Linda Hartman shares her experiences with a culture unfamiliar to many of us in the Serve is invited to attend. Linda has previously traveled through the Middle East and is well acquainted with Afghanistan and Egypt.
Monday June 2 from 1:00pm-3:00pm
Desiree Simon and Karen Mitchell present "Traditional Food Guide for Alaska Native Cancer Survivors"
Traditional Food Guide was created for Alaska Native cancer survivors and provides protein analysis for wild Alaska Native diets as well as the vitamin content of numerous subsistence plants. With cancer being the leading cause of death among Alaska Natives in Alaska, as it is for all Alaskans, used correctly, the guide can be a life saving treasure. The publication also offers updated health information, advice, and cooking recipes. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event and meet Karen Mitchell, program administrator for the Office of Native Health Research at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and Desiree Simon who will teach Survey of Alaska Native Nutrition, DM 155 sect 801 at UAA in the Fall.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 from 6:30pm-8:00pm
Robert DJ. Serving presents Character & Characters: The Spirit of Alaska Airlines
Robert DJ. Serving presents his new book. Character & Characters The Spirit of Alaska Airlines According to Bonnie DJ. Unbar, Ph.D., NE President and CEO, The Museum of Flight, and former NASA astronaut: "Character & Characters captures aviation history in Alaska for those who love the flying machines, and, more importantly, it captures the spirit of Alaska airlines for those who admire the people. History is made by individuals who are inspired to change their world. This they did--with courage, vision, dogged commitment, and compassion". Everyone is invited to attend this event and congratulate Robert DJ. Serving on the publication of Character & Characters. This event is sponsored by UAA Logistics Dept and UAA Campus Bookstore.
Note, the UAA Campus Bookstore will have special hours today.
Friday, May 2 from 1:00- 3:00pm
Professors Jerry Meet and Matthew Berman present The Political Economy of Oil in Alaska: Multinationals vs. the State
Jerry Meet and Matthew Berman discuss their new book, The Political Economy of Oil in Alaska: Multinationals vs. the State. Their conclusions focusing on Alaska and other oil-producing regions of the world, Alaska's dependant relationship with the oil industry, and the relevance of Alaska's situation for other oil producing regions will be highlighted.
Dr. Jerry Meet is professor of Political Science at University of Alaska Fairbanks. His areas of research include Alaska state and local government, the Alaska Constitution, Alaska Native politics and environmental politics.
Dr. Matthew Berman is professor of Economics at Institute of Social & Economic Research/UAA. His primary areas of study are economic organization and social-ecological systems.
Thursday May 22, 4:30PM-6:00PM
The Climate of Alaska
An updated climatologic illustrating the diverse range of this vast state.
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Wednesday May 28, 12:00PM-1:00PM
Sarah, How a Hockey Mom Turned Alaska's Political Establishment Upside Down
Kayla Johnson discusses her new book and the unexpected life of Alaskan Governor, Sarah Paling.
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