Vincent Haneman and Nolan Aughenbaugh are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on June 29, 1984
ORAL HISTORY 87-108-09
KUAC (Radio station : Fairbanks, Alaska)
KUAC studios; University of Alaska
Vincent Haneman talks about the Taiwan Conference to be held in the second week of July with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Chung Kung University, interchange for Pacific Rim information, the conference starting out with mining engineering, other engineering, business, arts and science involved, reasons for the conference, becoming good trading partners, proximity to the Pacific Rim markets, developing trading relationships, looking at problem areas of community interest such as energy and construction and the environment, the conference format, exchange of information, working on specific problems and solutions in the future, his visit last May to Taiwan and sister city recognition. Nolan Aughenbaugh talks about cooperative programs with the two universities originally started with research, now includes other topics such as minerals and mineral development, energy, construction and tourism, Donald Cook, and the first three meetings. An unidentified person talks about the music part of the program. The format of the conference and future work are discussed.
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Research, International relations
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