Science For Alaska Lecture Series (Last Installment)

2007-02-28 by

Belugas In AlaskaLocal biologist, Barbara Mahoney gave a brief lecture on Monday, Feb. 26, at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium on the feeding patterns and movement of Belugas within Alaskan waters. She graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and took a job with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. She has been studying belugas in Alaska since 1990, and she specializes in beluga behavior and movement within the Cook Inlet region. She currently serves as the National Marine Fishery Service’s representative in all beluga management issues.



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Site that provides fun facts and easy to understand descriptions of belugas and other whales.

Dr. Nick Begich on Mind Control

2007-02-23 by

Inside the MindDr. Nick Begich gave a recent lecture on the intriguing topic of mind control. He discussed various devices and how they are used to influence the human brain as well as possible future uses of the technology. Mind controlling technology could revolutionize everything from non-lethal weapons to retail. The lecture was delievered in two segments and unfortunately the following podcast is only the first of those segments.



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For more information on mind control visit Dr. Begich's home page.

Senior Hockey Night

2007-02-23 by

Seawolves Hockey HighlightThe Seawolves hockey team put on a show and gave their seniors a proper farewell during their last home game of the season. UAA rebounded from a 5-2 loss on Saturday with a 6-1 win over the University of Minnesota Mankato to split the series at one game a piece. David Tuttle gives a full summary of the action and takes you on an inside look at UAA hockey from senior Seawolf, Justin Bourne.



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Alaska Meth Education Project

2007-02-22 by

The Effects of MethLeaders of the Alaska Meth Education Project, Gretchen Guess (former Alaska state legislator), Harvey Goehring (DEA), and Cathy Baldwin Johnson (Providence Medical Health Care), held a panel discussion moderated by Betty Bang from the UAA Student Health Center on Monday, Feb. 19. They discussed the environmental health implications of methamphetamines and the challenges of enforcing current state and federal legislation.



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Starbucks Grand Opening

2007-02-21 by

Coffee On CampusThe campus has been buzzing with the news of our very own Starbucks opening in the lobby of the SSB and the Consortium Library. When asked if he had been looking forward to its opening, student Michael Dalfoist responded, “Yes I was. Alot!...I think it’ll be pretty popular.” The highly anticipated coffee vendor opened Monday Feb. 19, to a small army of caffeine hopefuls. The following contains the ribbon cutting speech at the Grand Opening Ceremony and interviews of those attending. So grab a mocha or a frappuccino, sit back, and sip those homework blues away.



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