Dr. Robert Anda of the CDC on Adverse Childhood Experiences

2012-10-28 by

In this podcast, childhood trauma expert Dr. Robert Anda describes the Centers for Disease Control Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study.

Dr. David Driscoll offers an Alaska perspective on childhood trauma; Elizabeth Ripley discusses what grantmakers are willing to fund; and Dr. Bill Hogan of the UAA College of Health opens the sessions and facilitates audience questions and answers.

This podcast was recorded Oct 23, 2012.



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The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study
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ISER Lunchtime Talk: Fisheries economist Frank Asche of Norway suggests farmed fish will dominate the market by 2030

2012-10-28 by

For a long time, wild fisheries have been the world’s last significant hunting industry. But an increasing number of seafood species are now being farmed for commercial production. World seafood markets are in rapid transition, as knowledge from agriculture is used to enhance the competitiveness of aquaculture products throughout the supply chain. These changes, led by farmed salmon, are likely to influence all parts of the seafood market, creating opportunities and challenges for coastal communities—as well as the world’s fishing industries.

Frank Asche, a fisheries economist from Norway, suggests that farmed fish will dominate the global seafood market within the next few decades. His talk is called “Global Seafood Markets in 2030: Dominated by Aquaculture, with Wild Fish as niche Market Products?”

This talk was sponsored by the Institute for Social and Economic Research and recorded Oct. 26, 2012.



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Economists Still Uncertain How Farmed Fish Will Affect Wild Salmon Prices
Alaska Native News, Aug. 3, 2012
Salmon Season Yields to 'Season of Negotiations' on price
Anchorage Daily News, Sept. 8, 2012
"Global Seafood Markets in 2030: Dominated by Aquaculture, with Wild Fish as Niche Market Products?"
Asche's 53-page PowerPoint that accompanied his talk

'No Big Heads' juror talks about his artistic career, offers advice

2012-10-24 by

This year’s juror is David Kassan, a realist portrait artist from Brooklyn, N.Y. Well-known for his incredibly detailed life-sized portraits, his work has been featured in dozens of exhibitions around the world. Kassan delivered a free juror’s lecture on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012.

The ‘No Big Heads’ exhibit, a national, juried self-portrait competition of limited size held in the Student Union Gallery at UAA, will be up through Nov. 6.



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Governor William Egan Day Forum: an Alaska natural gas pipeline

2012-10-20 by News, Sports, and Art

This podcast records the Governor William A. Egan Day Annual Forum, a benefit and celebration of Alaska history, politics and Alaska’s first governor.

The topic for this forum explores the options for a North Slope natural gas pipeline. John Stalvey, Dean of the UAA College of Arts and Sciences, emceed the panel that included Mike Doogan, UAA’s 2013 Robert B. Atwood Chair of Journalism; Larry Persily, federal coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects; Jack Roderick, author of “Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil & Politics in Alaska.”

The evening was opened with the Alaska Flag Song, lead by vocalist Maura Wharton, a senior in UAA’s Music Program.

This podcast was recorded Oct. 16, 2012.



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UAA civil engineering professor Tom Ravens on climate change in Alaska

2012-10-20 by News, Sports, and Art

UAA civil engineering professor Tom Ravens gives an overview of his work on climate change in Alaska.

Topics include climate change and other impacts (e.g., ocean acidification) associated with excessive greenhouse gas emissions; Alaska-related impacts of climate change (such as increased flooding, erosion and water quality in Western and Northern Alaska); and the availability of renewable energy in Alaska and in the U.S., with a focus on hydrokinetic energy.

This event was hosted at the UAA Campus Bookstore and recorded on Oct. 18, 2012.



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Dr. Tom Ravens
Bio Page, UAA School of Engineering

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