(All lectures at 7 p.m. Fridays in the University of Alaska Southeast's Egan Building)
Sept. 16 - "The Art of Song," Professor Stewart Emerson of the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music, Berlin, and Joyce Parry Moore, UAS adjunct professor of music and Opera to GO! artistic director.
Sept. 23 - "Bradford Washburn: A Life of Exploration," Michael Sfraga, University of Alaska president's professor of geography.
Sept. 30 - "CSI Wildlife: Prosecuting Wildlife Crimes With Forensic Biology," Bradley Swanson, assistant professor of biology, Central Michigan University.
Oct. 7 - "Shrinking Habitat: Arctic Seals and Sea Ice," Brendan Kelly, UAS dean of art and sciences and associate professor of marine biology.
Oct. 14 - "GIS in the Tongass; Seeing the Forest Through the Trees," Sanjay Pyare, UAS assistant professor of GIS and landscape ecology.
Oct. 21 - "Social Capital of People, Groups, and Organizations: Benefits, Risks, and Opportunities," Yuliya Ivanova, UAS assistant professor of management.
Oct. 28 - "American Cannibals: A Literary History," Nina Chordas, UAS assistant professor of English.
Nov. 4 - "Bald Eagles of the North Pacific Coast," David Hancock, biologist, conservationist, writer and publisher.
Nov. 11 - "Creating Alaska: The Constitutional Convention 50 Years Later," Terrence M. Cole, professor of history and director of the Office of Public History at University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Judge Thomas Stewart.
Nov. 18 - "Russians in Tlingit America: The Baranov Era and the Battles of Sitka, 1802 and 1804," Richard Dauenhauer, UA president's professor of language at UAS, and Nora Dauenhauer.
Dec. 2 - "Landscape Choices: Artifacts We Leave Behind," Mary Hicks, UAS adjunct professor of English.