October 17, 2013

Chugiak-Eagle River Campus hosts fall speaker series

The community-based Evenings@EagleCenter speaker series returns to the UAA Community & Technical College's Chugiak-Eagle River Campus this fall with a kickoff presentation by philosophy professor Bill Jamison. The speaker series begins on Friday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Eagle Center. Download the schedule.

Chugiak-Eagle River Campus
Chugiak-Eagle River Campus
Date: Every Friday Oct. 18 through Dec. 13 (except Nov. 29)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: UAA Chugiak Eagle River Campus
Room 150A - 10928 Eagle River Road, Eagle River, AK
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October 18 - "Why Philosophy Is More Exciting Today Than Ever"
William Jamison, Instructor of Philosophy

October 25 - "Adult Distance Education: Evolution or Revolution"
Jeff Hassler, Instructor of Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems

November 1 - "Jane Austen: More Than Just Romance"
Melissa Ray, Instructor of English

November 8 - "Love in the Time of Texting: Communication Tools for Navigating the World of Dating"
Solveig Pedersen, Instructor of Communication

November 15 - "The Interdependence of Science and Art in the Twenty-First Century"
Kurt Johnson, Instructor of History

November 22 - "How Old Is the Universe?"
Dmitry Ostroskiy, Instructor of Mathematics

December 6 - "The Hidden Costs of Outsourcing: Why Alaska Needs Its Own Law School"
Timothy Watts, Instructor of Law

December 13 - "Why Do We Eat What We Eat?"
Oya Yazgan, Instructor of Biology 

This lecture series is free and open to the public.