Seminar: Co-stewardship, from concept to actions
The College of Rural and Community Development and the International Arctic Research Center are co-hosting a conversation on co-stewardship, from concept to actions on Feb. 15 at noon. This conversation is a part of the A Place for Knowledge Exchange monthly seminar series which focuses on collaborative approaches to research, education and real-life community-based practices in rural Alaska.
- Carrie Stevens, CRCD Tribal governance chair
- Mary Hostetter, Tamamta fellow
- Ralph Wolfe, director of Indigenous stewardship programs, Seacoast Indigenous Guardians Network
About A Place for Knowledge Exchange
In addition to monthly seminars, A Place for Knowledge Exchange includes quarterly collaboration brunches. Hosting of the brunches alternates between CRCD and IARC. The events are for faculty, staff and students interested in building stronger ties between and with the two organizations. Save the date for CRCD's first brunch on Feb. 29 from 9-11 a.m. in the BP Design Theater (401 Engineering Building) and IARC's brunch on April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon.
The seminar and brunches are facilitated by:
- Josie Sam, assistant professor, department of Alaska Native studies and rural development and IARC
- Jessica Black, associate vice chancellor for rural, community and Native education
- Sonta Roach, assistant professor, department of Alaska Native studies and rural development
- Margaret Rudolf, postdoctoral fellow, IARC