University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries & Ocean Sciences: Fisheries seminar announces new program, Tamamta

Cathy Coon August 27, 2021

This is a special year for the College of Fisheries & Ocean Sciences University of Alaska Fairbanks Fisheries seminar as we launch an exciting new program, Tamamta, supported by the National Science Foundation. Tamamta, a Yup’ik and Sugpiaq word meaning "all of us," is centered on elevating 14,000+ years of Indigenous stewardship and bridging Indigenous and Western sciences to transform graduate education and research in fisheries and marine sciences. Consistent with Tamamta's vision, we will be hearing from Indigenous and western experts on pressing fisheries issues of the day.

Don't miss out, we have a great schedule in store. Details are below:

DATES & TIMES: Fridays, 3:30-4:30pm AK time. First Seminar Begins September 3

LOCATIONS: All seminars will be available online via Zoom. Please register HERE. Rooms are available in Juneau (Lena 101) and Fairbanks (O'Neill 201). Participants in-person on campus are expected to adhere to current UAF Covid Procedures.

SCHEDULE: Available Here

We look forward to seeing all of us together beginning September 3, to welcome and learn from Ahtna Elder Wilson Justin.

Please contact Peter Westley (pwestley@alaska.edu) and/or Courtney Carothers (clcarothers@alaska.edu) for more information.

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