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Seawolf Weekly for March 9, 2016


University of Alaska Anchorage
Seawolf Weekly  
March 9, 2016

Research: UAA’s Cyber-Ethics Conference brings robots home

Americans seem addicted to smartphones, but—unlike the Japanese— turn a cold shoulder to robots. UAA's recent Cyber-Ethics Conference explored why.

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2016 ‘Top Forty Under 40’ includes 11 with UAA ties

Eleven members of the UAA family recently won spots on the Alaska Journal of Commerce's 2016 list of the 'Top Forty Under 40' most influential people in Alaska.


Greetings from Greenland!

For Kennis Brady, Team Alaska is more than just a line on her résumé. It's also an apt description of her outlook on life. Currently in Greenland for the Arctic Winter Games, this M.P.A. grad is an outspoken and optimistic champion of her home state.


Moving from Mongolia: Finding a niche in civil engineering

Khulan Bazarvaani already had a fine arts and education degree from Mongolia when internships in Alaska whetted her appetite for an education in science. Now, Khulan is a student at UAA who's pursuing a second bachelor's degree, in civil engineering.


View UAA Calendars

Global Kitchen/International Night
Wednesday, March 9, 4-8 p.m.
Student Union

The Fairbanks Four: Lessons Learned From Alaska’s First Exoneration
Wednesday, March 9, 6:30–8 p.m.
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307

Senshido: Self-defense for self-development
Wednesday, March 9, 6 p.m.
UAA Student Union, South Cafeteria

Coffee with the Chancellor
Thursday, March 10, 10–10:45 a.m.
Engineering & Industry Building, eXpress

Cabin Fever Debates: Final Round
Thursday, March 10, 7–10 p.m.
Fine Arts Building, Room 150

“NeuroDome” premiere with Neuroscience Visualizer Lesa Hollen
Friday, March 11, 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.
UAA Planetarium and Visualization Theater

Gymnastics: UAA vs. Air Force
March 11, 7–9 p.m. | March 13, 2–4:30 p.m.
Alaska Airlines Center

Spring break – No classes
March 14–19
UAA Main Campus


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UAA's Cyber-Ethics Conference, February 2016: Jennifer Robertson and robots in Japan

Chartwell Lecture: 'Turkey, ISIS, and the Implications for the United States'

Seward Lecture: Mayor Tom Fink, serving as Anchorage mayor from 1987-1994

Seward Lecture: Mayor George Wuerch: Known Unknowns & Unknown Unknowns: Questions Every Mayor Faces

Seward Lecture: Mayor Rick Mystrom, 'Building Anchorage's Future - Dream Big and Dare to Fail'


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