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Art Meets Science Week 2016

Katie Bausler

Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program(ANSEP)student Joshua Russell's presentation: "Changing length of Auke Creek Salmon" at the URECA Symposium.

Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program(ANSEP)student Joshua Russell's presentation: "Changing length of Auke Creek Salmon" at the URECA Symposium.

Graduating and upper-division students from the School of Arts and Sciences delivered presentations drawing from a wealth of research and study in the humanities, mathematics, marine biology, glaciology and the social sciences at the annual Art Meets Science Week April 11-15 on the Juneau campus. At the fifth annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) event, student presentations ranged from “The role of gender stereotypes in leadership selection for companies in crisis” to “Dolly Varden foraging in Auke Creek” to “Evaluating perceived severity of Alaska Native victim rape.” Other events during the week included an evening discussion on the human relationship to salmon inspired by David Montgomery’s book, King of Fish: The Thousand Year Run of Salmon, a social justice panel and a salsa dance.

 
 

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