Protecting our traditional foods: part 2 of 2

2010-02-24 by

UAA and the Alaska Humanities Forum are sponsoring a discussion that will engage Alaska Native warriors and leaders courageously facing the challenge to retain the right to harvest wild plants, animals and fish. All are welcome to learn what you can do to support and/or get involved in these efforts. Speakers include Orville Huntington (Athabascan), Larry Merculieff (Aleut) and George Shade (Bristol Bay).

This podcast was recorded on Feb. 9, 2010.

For more information, contact Larry Merculieff at (907) 336-0678, or lmerculieff@aim.com.



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CAFE Alaska Native Youth Forums

Protecting our traditional foods: part 1 of 2

2010-02-24 by

UAA and the Alaska Humanities Forum are sponsoring a discussion that will engage Alaska Native warriors and leaders courageously facing the challenge to retain the right to harvest wild plants, animals and fish. All are welcome to learn what you can do to support and/or get involved in these efforts. Speakers include Orville Huntington (Athabascan), Larry Merculieff (Aleut) and George Shade (Bristol Bay).

This podcast was recorded on Feb. 9, 2010.

For more information, contact Larry Merculieff at (907) 336-0678, or lmerculieff@aim.com.



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Cabin Fever Debates 2010: Round 4

2010-02-24 by

Round 4 will feature the teams of: 1st Proposition “Rush” – Matile Weddel (freshman, broadcast journalism) and Jeffrey Smith (freshman, elementary education); 1st Opposition “Dick Cheney is my hero” – Jason Cline (senior, economics) and Ryan Mckee (junior, political science); 2nd Proposition “Optimus Prime” – Jordan Phillips (sophomore, journalism) and Mya Dale (freshman, political science); and 2nd Opposition “Blabber Mouths” – Sun So (freshman, civil engineering) and Maichue Lor (freshman, human services). They will debate the motion “Any federal health care bill should not provide funding for abortions, except in the cases of rape, incest, or risk to the mother’s life.”


This podcast was recorded on Feb. 9, 2010.



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Cabin Fever Debates 2010: Round 3

2010-02-24 by

The first debate will address the motion “The U.S. should decline to sell arms to Taiwan.” Defending the motion in the role of Opening Proposition will be the team “Mighty Marivaudage Masseters” of Brittany Wilson (senior, psychology) and Rachel Johnson. Closing the debate for the proposition will be team “Dumb & Dumber” of George Joy (freshman, undeclared) and Justin Stephan (junior, English). Opening the opposition debate will be team “Army” of Cameron Barrows (sophomore, political science) and James Young (freshman, political science). The Closing Opposition team will be “Team Slaymaker” of Clayton Dale (sophomore, sociology) and Adriene Slaymaker (junior, philosophy).

This podcast was recorded on Feb. 9, 2010.



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Dr. Leigh McCue's presents: Understanding chaotic vessel motions, or, getting the fish in the boat while keeping your feet dry

2010-02-10 by News, Sports, and Art

Dr. McCue is an assistant professor in Virginia Tech’s Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering and an affiliate to both the Virginia Tech’s Department of Engineering Education and the Virginia Center for Autonomous Systems (VaCAS). Her research interests are in nonlinear and chaotic vessel dynamics including capsize, parametric rolling and sea-based aviation operations largely involving analytical and numerical approaches including computational fluid dynamics. This work has been supported by ONR, NSF, CSC and QinetiQ.

This seminar is sponsored by the UAA Complex Systems Group. This podcast was recorded on Jan. 22, 2010.



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