Andrew C. Revkin Lecture

2007-09-22 by

UAA was pleased to present an evening with New York Times environment reporter and author Andrew C. Revkin. On Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 p.m., Revkin gave a free illustrated lecture at the Sydney Laurence Theatre in the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. His lecture, entitled, On the Front Lines of Climate Change: From the North Pole to the White House, charted the science and significance of global warming, drawing on nearly 20 years of covering climate research and politics for magazines and newspapers. We have included an abridged section of the lecture.



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ISER Seminar

2007-09-22 by

On Sept. 11 ISER gave a presentation on Natural Gas Prices: Using the North American Regional Gas Model to Understand Price Formation and was presented by Antony Scott, a Commercial Analyst for the Division of Oil and Gas with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.



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Campus Kick-Off Interviews

2007-09-07 by

UAA hosted the 2007 Campus Kick-Off on Saturday, Aug. 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. The Cuddy Quad was packed with over 80 UAA and Anchorage business booths including student clubs, UAA departments, fraternities and sororities, sustainability programs, Alyeska Resort, and Fred Meyers to name just a few. To get an idea of how incoming freshman and parents were feeling about the events and upcoming school year, we interviewed a few people at the Kick-Off.



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Dr. Donald C. Johanson's Public Lecture

2007-09-07 by

On Friday, Aug. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in UAA’s Wendy Williamson Auditorium, world-leading Paleoanthropologist Dr. Donald C. Johanson gave a public lecture entitled, “Human Origins: New Discoveries from Africa.”
On a 110-degree day in Ethiopia in 1974, Dr. Johanson made the discovery of a lifetime: a 3.2 million-year old human fossil nicknamed “Lucy,” the oldest and most complete fossilized human remains. Then in 1975 he discovered the fossilized remains of some 13 individuals, believed to be the oldest evidence of human ancestors living in groups. These discoveries, along with Johanson’s subsequent work, have been essential to our understanding of who we are and where we come from.



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