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1 Steve Roth and Fred Baker are interviewed by Stephen Lay in the 1980s at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska Steve Roth talks about a change in the scope of this year's orientation, smaller orientation programs in the past, and combining resources they could offer a stronger program that would reach more students. Fred Baker talks about the age difference between current incoming freshmen and freshmen i...
2 Thomas Osterkamp is interviewed by Stephen Lay in the 1980s at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska Thomas Osterkamp talks about a workshop on greenhouse effects, evidence base on measurements of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere largely caused by burning fossil fuels, increase of carbon dioxide content and a general warming of the Earth, getting together a wide variety of disciplines, exchange ...
3 Bob Geiman is interviewed by Karen Cedzo in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s Bob Geiman talks about the appropriations they receive each year from the Alaska Legislature for acquisitions for the Polar Regions and Alaska materials, different costs for different volumes, a donation from Elmer Rasmuson about the death of Captain James Cook, researchers using the collections,...
4 Carla Kirts is interviewed by Karen Cedzo in 1981 in Fairbanks, Alaska Carla Kirts talks about seeing the announcement for her position at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, envisioning taking a traditional position in a department instead of starting up a program in agricultural education, developing a program, aspects of agriculture other than just farming, aspec...
5 Bob Dieterich is interviewed by Stephen Lay in 1981 at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska Bob Dieterich talks about brucellosis, warble fly infestation in reindeer, medical conditions hampering reindeer industry's growth, testing the effect of ivermectin on warble flies and getting positive results from the ivermectin, development of a vaccine for brucellosis in reindeer at the Univer...
6 Bill Smith and Sharon West are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on May 25, 1984 Bill Smith talks about the Alaska Legislative Computer Systems (ALECSYS) for research use, what ALECSYS is, accessing the information, the types of information available such as bill status, access points, charges to the library, legislative published indexes, current information, schedules, and ...
7 Bert Jaster is interviewed by Karen Cedzo in 1980 in Fairbanks, Alaska Bert Jaster talks about people seeing the benefits for a military career, aviation day, students visiting Ft. Wainwright, the visit primarily designed to introduce students to the military and giving the students an idea of the defense structure, different duty positions and jobs available in mil...
8 Bob Geiman is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on February 24, 1984 Bob Geiman talks about changes at the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, the new security system, choosing a security system, their full circulating system, the marker in each volume, the alarm when unchecked materials are passed through the gate, how the expenses were covered, many changes benefiting th...
9 Bob White is interviewed by Stephen Lay in 1981 at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska Bob White talks about bottle feeding muskox calves, using volunteers, musk ox research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the musk ox farm, raising young musk ox calves so they are imprinted on humans to make them easier to handle compared to wild adults, working out growth efficiencies and t...
10 Betty Williams speaks at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1981 Betty Williams talks about organizing peace marches in Northern Ireland, realizing it would take more than marches and rallies to bring peace to Ireland, building solutions from the bottom up, teaching people self-help, their group promoting peace through the involvement of positive activities, w...
11 Bob Egan and June Kim are interviewed by Steve Lay in 1984 in Fairbanks, Alaska Bob Egan talks about bringing state employers to campus, supplying general information about the employers, expansion of the career fair, finding out what employers are looking for and educational requirements, and the fair being designed for the students who is still deciding on career opportuni...
12 John Gilmore is interviewed by Stephen Lay in 1982 in Fairbanks, Alaska John Gilmore talks about activities commemorating the 60th anniversary of the first day of classes at the Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines, the reception at the Patty Center, George Sheehan, the role of athletics and physical education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, locatio...
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13 John Kelley is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s John Kelley talks about the greenhouse effect, how the greenhouse effect works, temperature rising in certain parts of the world, changes in precipitation patterns and the possibility of melting of ice, starting the study of atmospheric carbon dioxide at Point Barrow, year by year increases over ...
14 John Whitehead is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska on December 21, 1983 John Whitehead talks about what statehood has meant to Alaska, having representation in the United States Congress, oil and the basis of economy in Alaska, state selection of land at Prudhoe Bay, the state having the power to enact laws, taxing oil companies, abolishing the use of fish traps in A... 1983-12-21
15 John Zarling is interviewed by Karen Cedzo in 1980 at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska John Zarling talks about a project looking at air to air heat exchanges to improve ventilation in well-insulated homes, getting enough natural infiltration of ventilation into the home to allow it to be a comfortable place to live, use of air to air heat exchangers, recapturing energy and improvi...