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Science for Alaska Lecture Series

Click here to register on Zoom for the 2022 lecture series.

Check out the lineup for our 30th anniversary of free, public science talks! Check back the Geophysical Institute Facebook page for updates. The 2022 lecture series will be held virtually due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Stay comfortable in your own homes and tune in to these engaging stories from UAF researchers!

The talks will be held via Zoom and streamed live over the UAF and Geophysical Institute Facebook pages.

Visit the Facebook event page.

Science for Alaska is one of the largest public outreach efforts undertaken each year by the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

For 30 years, the series has brought current scientific research to communities throughout the state. Administrators, faculty, staff and the public weigh-in on possibilities for speakers and topics to be included in the popular lecture series. The result is a well-rounded event that pools expertise from scientists studying in various locales in Alaska, on topics as diverse as alternative energy to walruses.

Science for Alaska has grown tremendously since its inception in the early 1990s. Today, lectures are offered in Fairbanks and online, as well as on DVDs that are accessible through the Alaska library system.

Science for Alaska is sponsored by the Triplehorn family, Lifewater Engineering CompanyAlaska EPSCoR, and the UAF Geophysical Institute.

Download the SFALS flyer.

Poster for the 2022 Science for Alaska Lecture Series