Dr. Kim Patterson discusses his book, 'Swift Justice: Leveling the Playing Field for America's Re-entry Citizens'

2012-05-23 by

Dr. Kim Patterson’s book gives voice to the uneven playing field levied against vulnerable populations, ethnic minorities and the poor concerning the American criminal justice system. Through the heralding of good government, while exposing its corrupt forms, Dr. Kim Patterson challenges the reader to rethink today’s concept of Justice.

Patterson is an adjunct professor and the director of UAA Student Support Services. His work promotes academic excellence and degree-completion among first-year and underrepresented student groups.

This podcast was recorded in the UAA Campus Bookstore on April 24, 2012.



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Dr. Kim Patterson
UAA Student Support Services, staff bios
UAA Campus Bookstore
Website

Writer Mary Albanese talks about her book, 'Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon'

2012-05-23 by

Mary Albanese tells the story of her life from 1977 to 1987 when she moved to Alaska at age 22 to become a rural Alaska school teacher.

Little did she know her life would take a different turn and she would end up a geologist—mapping areas of uncharted geological units for the state of Alaska.

Albanese received her master’s degree in geosciences from UAF. Her book, ‘Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon,’ is published by Epicenter Press.

This podcast was recorded at the UAA Campus Bookstore on April 23, 2012.



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Mary Albanese
Website for 'Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon'
UAA Campus Bookstore
Website

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