Climate Ethics: Impacts on health, food security, and environmental and social justice - a public conversation

2012-03-29 by

This panel was an outcome of the class Environmental Ethics (Philosophy 303 Spring 2012). The welcome came from Prof. Raymond Anthony. Panelists included:

Zachary Shoemaker, Philosophy student (4:05)
Callie Morgigno, Philosophy student (20:37)
Dr. Stephanie Bauer, Philosophy (31:43)
Dr. Mary Odum Logan, Honors College (56:47)

This podcast was recorded March 22, 2012 in Library 307.



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UAA Philosophy Department
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Prof. Stephanie Bauer
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Prof. Mary Odum Logan
Faculty Page

Social Study of Medicine Lecture Series - 'Bitter Medicine: Case Studies of the Complexities Encountered in Global Health'

2012-03-28 by

Judd Walson is an assistant professor in global health at the University of Washington. In this talk, Walson explores three case studies of global health challenges (malnutrition, HIV and tuberculosis). Using initial contact with the health care system, Walson will explore community and social drivers of health that culminate in disease. He will discuss barriers and opportunities to address these challenges.

Discussing this talk will be Rhonda M Johnson, professor and chair in the Department of Health Sciences at UAA, and coordinator of the Master of Public Health (MPH) program geared toward northern and circumpolar health.

This talk was recorded on Friday, March 23, 2012.



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UAA Professor Kelly Shannon on U.S. Foreign Policy and Women's Rights

2012-03-27 by

Kelly J. Shannon is an assistant professor in the Department of History at UAA. She studies the history of U.S. foreign relations, the modern Islamic world and international feminism. She is working on her first book, ‘Veiled Intentions: Islam, Global Feminism and U.S. Foreign Policy since 1979,’ which examines how Americans’ concerns about the rights of women in Islamic countries have been integrated into U.S. foreign policy in recent decades.

This talk was recorded on March 26, 2012



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'Canada, the United States, and the Arctic: A History of Cooperation and Prospects for the Future' with Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer

2012-03-27 by News, Sports, and Art

Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer, a leading Northern historian and scholar on contemporary Arctic sovereignty and security issues, presents “Canada, the United States, and the Arctic: A History of Cooperation and Prospects for the Future.”

This presentation is sponsored by the Institute of Social and Economic Research, the Canadian Consulate and UAA.

This podcast was recorded on March 27, 2012.



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A Look at State and Local Law Enforcement in Alaska

2012-03-26 by News, Sports, and Art

The UAA Justice Center and Justice Club presents, “A Look at State and Local Law Enforcement in Alaska,” with Col. Keith Mallard of the Alaska State Troopers and Chief Mark Mew of the Anchorage Police Department. This is part of a series of talks offered for National Criminal Justice Month.

This podcast was recorded on March 26, 2012.



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