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Seawolf Monthly for July 19, 2017



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University of Alaska Anchorage
Seawolf Weekly  
July 2017
 

Look at the world from thousands of angles

Crews installed Inflorescence, a mirror-polished steel sculpture inspired by math and nature, in front of the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building this summer. Here, artist Heath Satow discusses the new piece and his career in public art.

 

Dietetics grad makes healthy plates for a healthy state

Seth Anderson '14 was among the first graduates of UAA's dietetics program. Today, he's part of a team of health professionals at Southcentral Foundation, offering nutritional guidance for his patients and working toward a healthy future for his home state.

 

Geological Society of America names UAA professor as a fellow

UAA's Simon Kattenhorn has always felt fascinated with volcanoes, earthquakes, plate tectonics and rifts. The Geological Society of America recently named him as a fellow, honoring his devotion to research and passion for teaching.

 

Plexiglas menagerie: The case of the buried caribou teeth

What do you get when you combine caribou teeth, Plexiglas hockey pucks and nitrogen isotopes? A truly unique interdisciplinary project that merges chemistry, dentistry, anthropology, archaeology and engineering to impact conservation biology in Alaska.

 
   
 

 

 

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