Being Caribou: UAS Juneau One Campus-One Book
Faculty are encouraged to consider incorporating these events into your syllabus.
Biologist Karsten Heuer and filmmaker Leanne Alison will visit UAS November 15-16, and will be featured at the November 16 Evening at Egan. Their award-winning book, Being Caribou has been widely acclaimed for its insightful account of their months-long journey following the Porcupine Caribou herd. Read more about them here: http://www.beingcaribou.com/
Yukon College faculty member Randall Tetlichi of the Vuntut Gwitch'in First Nation will join us as Elder in Residence November 5-9, and will be the featured speaker at Evening at Egan November 9. He is widely respected as an esteemed teacher, community healer, and tradition bearer, and is featured in the 2012 UAS One Campus One Book selection, Being Caribou. Read more about him here: http://news.usask.ca/2011/10/25/elder-shares-traditional-teaching/
Faculty are encouraged to consider incorporating these events into your syllabus. If you're interested in a classroom visit with Tetlichi, Heuer, or Alison, please be sure to contact Ernestine Hayes at your earliest convenience.