Chugiak-Eagle River Campus hosts free fall speaker series every Friday, Oct. 18–Dec. 13

December 4, 2013
Chugiak-Eagle River Campus

Chugiak-Eagle River Campus

Every Friday, Oct. 18–Dec. 13, 7 p.m.
UAA Chugiak-Eagle River Campus, Room 150 (10928 Eagle River Road)

Oct. 18 – “Why Philosophy is More Exciting Today Than Ever” with William Jamison, Instructor of Philosophy
Oct. 25 – “Adult Distance Education: Evolution or Revolution” with Jeff Hassler, Instructor of Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems
Nov. 1 – “Jane Austen: More Than Just Romance” with Melissa Ray, Instructor of English
Nov. 8 – “Love in the Time of Texting: Communication Tools for Navigating the World of Dating” with Solveig Pedersen, Instructor of Communication
Nov. 15 – “The Interdependence of Science and Art in the Twenty First Century” with Kurt Johnson, Instructor of History
Nov. 22 – “How Old is the Universe?” with Dmitry Ostroskiy, Instructor of Mathematics
Dec. 6 – “The Hidden Costs of Outsourcing: Why Alaska Needs Its Own Law School” with Timothy Watts, Instructor of Law
Dec. 13 – “Why Do We Eat What We Eat?” with Oya Yazgan, Instructor of Biology

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