UAF Weekly Science Calendar, January 13-17

Submitted by Center for Global Change
Phone: (907) 474-5818

01/10/03

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15

9 a.m.-Noon - 5th Floor IARC
For Deans, Directors, Department Heads and Principal Investigators:
Workshop on administering sponsored projects, from proposal initiation through grant close-out
Cradle to Grave Workshop
Presented by the Office of Sponsored Programs, Office of Research Integrity and Grant and Contract Services
Please RSVP to Deb Bates at fndmg@uaf.edu, ext. 2610 if you plan to attend.
Two other versions of this workshop are offered--one this afternoon for postdocs, research assistants, grad students and undergrads, and one on January 22 (11 a.m.-2 p.m.) for fiscal officers, proposal coordinators and administrative assistants.

2-4 p.m. - 5th Floor IARC
For Postdocs, Research Assistants, Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students:
Workshop on administering sponsored projects, from proposal initiation through grant close-out
Cradle to Grave Workshop
Presented by the Office of Sponsored Programs, Office of Research Integrity and Grant and Contract Services
Please RSVP to Deb Bates at fndmg@uaf.edu, ext. 2610 if you plan to attend.
Two other versions of this workshop are offered--one this morning for deans,
directors, department heads and principal investigators, and one on January 22 (11 a.m.-2 p.m.) for fiscal officers, proposal coordinators and administrative assistants.

2 p.m. - 306 Natural Sciences (Spencer Library)
Thesis Defense, Department of Geology and Geophysics
Petrology, Structure, and Tectonic History of the Boundary Area, Eagle A-1 and Tanacross D-1 Quadrangles, East-Central Alaska
Roy Flynn, M.S. Geology Candidate
For more information call ext. 7565.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16

1 p.m. - Geophysical Institute Auditorium (214 Elvey)
Faculty Candidate Research Seminar
The Effects of Naturally Occurring and Experimentally Reduced Prey Abundance on the Breeding Ecology of Forest Birds
Matthew Marshall, Pennsylvania State University, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology
For more information call ext. 6294.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17

11 a.m. - 401 IARC
Faculty Candidate Teaching Seminar
Learning about Animal Abundance Estimation:
Sage on the Stage versus Problem Based Learning

Matthew Marshall, Pennsylvania State University, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology
For more information call ext. 6294.

Noon - 351C IARC (National Weather Svc Conf Room)
Sponsored by the National Weather Service and the Geophysical Institute
Informal Synoptic Weather Briefing and Discussion (Also ATM693)
A weekly presentation by NWSFO-Fairbanks and UAF/GI Personnel.
Come and learn more about Fairbanks' weather and get a weekend forecast.

3:30 p.m. - Geophysical Institute Auditorium (214 Elvey)
Life Sciences Seminar Series, Sponsored by the Institute of Arctic Biology
and the Department of Biology & Wildlife
Overwintering Physiology of the Arctic Woollybear Caterpillar, Gynaephora groenlandica
Valerie Bennett, University of Notre Dame and the University of Alaska Fairbanks
For more information call ext. 7640