Oct 17 Egan Lecture features Marquam George on "Constructing, Maintaining, or Renovating in a Miserable Climate: Energy Efficiency Revisited"
This lecture explores successful strategies for changing building practices and systems to make your home more affordable and energy efficient.
Date of Press Release: October 13, 2008
Your home uses energy every day, all day long, maybe year ‘round. Explore strategies that are successfully changing building practices and systems to make your home more affordable and energy efficient. On Friday, October 17 the Evening at Egan fall lecture series continues with Marquam George's presentation, "Constructing, Maintaining, or Renovating in a Miserable Climate: Energy Efficiency Revisisted."
UAS Associate Professor Marquam George coordinates the construction technology program and applied building research and technology with tribal housing and industry professionals. He serves as research committee chair for the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, a regional project manager for the Building America program in Alaska, and a committee member of ASHRAE 62.2, Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential Buildings. George also rates the energy efficiency of homes for the state of Alaska.
The Evening at Egan lecture series is held every Friday in the Egan Library at 7 p.m. through November 21, 2008. The next lecture on October 24th lecture is, Wild About Harry; The Myth of Truman in the Age of Bush with Dr. David Noon, Assistant Prof. of History, UAS. Visit the Evening at Egan Website for all scheduled lectures.