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1 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 ...
2 Charles Ray is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on March 23, 1984 Charles Ray talks about registering for classes offered during summer sessions, the three different sessions, increases in the number of students over last year, offering more physical sciences classes, conservation courses, marine science course at Seward, engineering courses, enrollment in the ...
3 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...
4 Tony Gasbarro and Allen Richmond are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on June 1, 1984 Tony Gasbarro talks about the project starting in 1980 in cooperation with the United States Forest Service, funding by the Alaska Legislature, forest management practices to enhance forest lands to produce wood products, undertaking a project with Municipal Utility Services (MUS) to determine th...
5 Wayne Thomas is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on August 24, 1984 Wayne Thomas talks about the dairy processing plant in Anchorage which is owned by the farmers's cooperative Matanuska Maid, Matanuska Maid and bankruptcy, the Pt. MacKenzie dairy project, being asked by the Alaska Rural Development Council to look at the possibility of retaining the plant or bui...
6 Vincent Haneman and Nolan Aughenbaugh are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on June 29, 1984 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 scienc...
7 Todd Ray is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on August 24, 1984 Todd Ray talks enrollment at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, continuing the twelve week summer semester for the second year, adding a number of courses this year, enrollment over the years, increase in enrollment since 1981, expanding rapidly, tripling their enrollment since 1977, not expecti...
8 Terry Yealy and Kim Bloom are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast in August, 1984 Terry Yealy talks about moving towards greater access for the handicapped on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, notification through their student handbook and notices, removal of physical barriers such as curb cuts and provided accessibility, ramps and elevators, assistance, curbs have b...
9 Helena Mygesy is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast in August, 1984 Helena Mygesy talks about the summer walking tours on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, giving tourists and visitors an idea of what is offered at the university, people enjoying the tours, the guided campus tour, some of the main attractions, specialized tours designed for visito...
10 Terry Dickey is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on August 24, 1984 Terry Dickey talks about the docent program at the University of Alaska museum, the term docent, the volunteer docent program at the museum, teaching schoolchildren about the museum, the docents doing research and working up a program, their training session in the fall to become familiar with th...
11 Basil Hedrick is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska on December 16, 1983 and broadcast on June 1, 1984 Basil Hedrick talks about being appointed director of the international programs, not doing away with any of the pre-existing international programs, they are looking at strengthening the international ties institutionally with certain nations around the world particularly the Pacific Rim nations...
12 Gary Selinger, Eirik Granqvist and Basil Hedrick are interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 Gary Selinger said a bison was found north of Fairbanks and they called the university, Dale Guthrie excavated it and brought it in. Eirik Granqvist was the taxidermist. He described his work, a sculpture is done in clay and then the sculpture is cast. they used burlap and caster, the tanned skin...
13 Don Schell is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska and broadcast on January 27, 1984 Dr. Don Schell talks about peat in the food chain, his work looking at the interactions of the terrestrial and marine food chains, industrial activities must consider the marine mammals including whales, effects of peat on the near shore marine food chain, peat passed on up the food chain, import...
14 Pamela Herman is interviewed by Stephen Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on June 22, 1984 Pamela Herman talks about the big step for rural Alaskans to attend college, 60 rural Alaskan high school students working to reduce the size of that step, a summer enrichment program, why Fairbanks is the location of the program, their program last summer, enrollment requirements in the Rural Al...
15 Suzanne Summerville is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on August 31, 1984 Suzanne Summerville, associate professor of music, talks about the Fairbanks Choral Society, the adult and children's choirs, Suzanne Reagan, working with the university music department, upcoming fall performances for the adult choir, soloists, performances of the children's choir, an invitation...
16 Jerry Trojan and Dale Florian are interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on May 11, 1984 Jerry Trojan talk about preparations for President Reagan's visit to the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, changing plans the closer they came to the visit, security of the rooms, working with the Secret Service, closing different facilities when the president was there, coordinating traffic...
17 Dean Dodder is interviewed by Stephen Lay in 1982 at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska Stephen Lay talks about the Special Events Committee at the university, their responsibilities, and past speakers including General Moreland, Betty Williams, and George Sheehan. Dean Dodder, assistant professor of journalism and head of the committee, talks about the planning events for the year,...
18 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 ...
19 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...
20 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,...