Check the campus-wide events calendar for a complete listing.
The Egan Library’s lower level is used for public and private events and regularly features Evening at Egan Lectures, concerts (Juneau Symphony, Juneau Jazz and Classics) and conferences. There is seating in place for 140 and room for ~60 more chairs. The space can be configured with tables for more formal seating at additional cost. Those interested in using the space should see our Facility Use Policy page.
Author of the 2015-16 One Campus One Book selection, Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir, Hayes will read and discuss her book and explore the theme of a world where everything has life and everything is connected.
Columbus Day is a federally recognized holiday, which is problematic because of a documented violent history with indigenous people in the Americas. UAS students have voted to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the day that Columbus Day is typically recognized, in hopes to initiate conversations on decolonization and healing. The Egan Library is hosting our box to collect everyone's thoughts beginning October 12, 2015 to October 16, 2015 at 4pm.Wooch.een will read the collected anonymous responses and publicly discuss on November 7th at an open community dialogue in the Egan Library, 12-3PM.For more information please contact the Native and Rural Student Center at 907-796-6043, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evening at Egan: Dr. Sherry Tamone, "From Alaska to Israel: A Fulbright Scholar’s Experience in Culture, Crustaceans, and Changing Climate”
Professor Sherry Tamone was awarded a Fulbright Scholar Research Award to study crustacean biology in Israel for 4 months. The presentation will highlight the important role of the Fulbright program for supporting research, teaching, and cultural exchange.
Evening at Egan: (Tentative) Haa Yoo X̲ʼatángi K̲áx̲ K̲ulagaawú - Dauenhauer documentary film premiere
A film documenting the work and lives of Richard and Nora Dauenhauer and celebrating Tlingit language revitalization. If the film is not ready for screening, there will be an alternate presentation on Alaska Native Languages and Culture.