Forum@360: Signal-to-Noise

June 5, 2017

Juneau World Affairs: Europe: America’s Partner or America’s Problem?

June 5, 2017

Arts@360: Alaska Design Forum, Nostalgia Lecture Series with Joel Salatin

June 2, 2017

Juneau World Affairs: Mongolia Today: Profile, Strengths and Politics

March 28, 2017

Juneau World Affairs: Going Undercover in North Korea with Suki Kim

March 3, 2017

UAS MPA Lecture: Political Leadership and Civility

February 24, 2017

In Trust For Us: Rainy Day, Dream Away – Part 1

February 23, 2017

In Trust For Us: Save it For Later – Part 2

February 23, 2017

In Trust For Us: Don’t Mess with My PFD – Part 3

February 23, 2017

In Trust For Us: The Wall Street Shuffle – Part 4

February 23, 2017

In Trust For Us : Can’t Lose What You Never Had – Part 5

February 23, 2017

In Trust For Us: Take the Money and Run – Part 6

February 23, 2017

The Brain and Recovery with Dr. Kevin McCauley

February 8, 2017

Coming into the Country

February 6, 2017

Forum@360: Alaska’s Fiscal Crisis

January 26, 2017

Message from Sen. Lisa Murkowski

January 19, 2017

Governor’s Council on the Homeless Fall Meeting 10/12/16

January 19, 2017

Lunch Plenary, 10/12/16: Kevin Martone

January 19, 2017

Panel Session IV: Collaborative Efforts: Reentry

January 19, 2017

Panel Session III: Housing First Projects in Alaska

January 19, 2017

Panel Session II: A community Approach

January 19, 2017

Panel Session I: “Look How Far You’ve Come!”

January 19, 2017

Lunch Plenary Nan Roman, President and CEO of National Alliance to End Homelessness

January 19, 2017

Local Coalition Report Backs and ICA Update

January 19, 2017

Welcome and 2016 Opening Remarks

January 19, 2017

Forum@360: The Path to Renewable Energy in Southeast

December 19, 2016

Putin and Russia’s Evolving Image in the United States with Artem Zagorodnov

December 19, 2016

Current Relations with Cuba with Ambassador Charles Shapiro

December 16, 2016

Bringing Holocaust Perpetrators to Justice with Andrew Nagorski

December 16, 2016

George Lakey, author of “Viking Economics: How the Scandinavians Got It Right — and How We Can Too.”

December 16, 2016

AARP Alaska #713: Minimum Documents You Need

Minimum documents you need

AARP Alaska #712: Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska

Alaska Alzheimer’s Resources

AARP Alaska #711: Your Advance Health Care Directive

health care directives importance

AARP Alaska #710: In their own words

Alaskan fraud victim success story

AARP Alaska #709: How Alaska’s Division of Banking and Securities serves Alaskans

Division of Banking and Securities Serves Alaskans

Forum@360: Alaska’s Historic Canneries and the People Who Worked There #403

There are over 150 canneries and fish processors that have operated in Alaska, but only two canneries are currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Forum@360: What Raising a Statue of William Seward means to Alaskans 150 Years Later #402

As the 150th anniversary of the Alaska territory’s purchase from Russia approaches and the capital city prepares for a new statue commemorates the deal’s chief U.S. negotiator, historians reflect on William Henry Seward’s impact on Alaska and its indigenous people.

AARP Alaska #708: Scams That Target Seniors

Scams targeting seniors

Forum@360: Alaska Politics and Public Policy – Clive Thomas #401

Academic and longtime Alaska political observer Clive Thomas discusses historical shifts in Alaska politics and policymaking.

AARP Alaska #707: How to Avoid Identity Theft

Avoiding identity theft

AARP Alaska #706: Inside a check fraud ring in Alaska

Alaska check fraud ring

AARP Alaska #705: How the banking industry spots fraud and passwords you should not use

Banking industry spots fraud and passwords you should not use

AARP Alaska #704: How to be prepared in the Alaska wilderness: An EMT’s perspective

Alaska wilderness: An EMT’s perspective

AARP Alaska #703: The ABC’s of choosing an assisted living facility in Alaska

ABC's of choosing an assisted living home in Alaska

AARP Alaska #702: Medicare Today

Enrolling in Medicare

AARP Alaska #701: The State of Public Health in Alaska

Public Health in Alaska

Understanding the Turmoil in the Middle East

David is Israel’s consul general to the Pacific Northwest of the US and has served Israel in various diplomatic positions domestically and abroad since 1998.

Below the Surface: Diving Deep into the Science of Maritime Change in the Arctic

Scientists from NOAA, UAF, and the U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service share findings and thoughts on 2 years of unprecedented research.

Forum@360

Tsunamis, caused by earthquakes or landslides, are a danger that affects people in coastal communities around Alaska.

Juneau World Affiars: The Syrian Refugee Crisis: From the Front Lines to the Headlines

Eric Kocher is an EMT and attorney from Haines who’s spent six months in Greece helping Syrian refugees who have fled war

Timeline: Palestine-Israel

Skip Schiel is a photographer, social justice activist and teacher. He’s documented environmental desecration, racism, poverty, oppressive regimes and more domestically and abroad.

The Flying University: Community

A forum with people from the documentary "The Flying University" and experts in the field.

Sen. John Coghill, R – North Pole (Part 2)

Sen. John - Coghill R - North Pole, Part 2 (2016)

Sen. John Coghill, R – North Pole (Part 1)

Sen. John - Coghill R - North Pole, Part 1 (2016)

Angela Rodell, Alaska Permanent Fund (Part 2)

Angela Rodell - Alaska Permanent Fund, Part 2 (2016)

Angela Rodell, Alaska Permanent Fund (Part 1)

Angela Rodell - Alaska Permanent Fund, Part 1 (2016)

Duff Mitchell, Alaska Independent Power Producers (Part 2)

Duff Mitchell - Alaska Independent Power Producers, Part 2 (2016)

Duff Mitchell, Alaska Independent Power Producers (Part 1)

Duff Mitchell - Alaska Independent Power Producers, Part 1 (2016)

U.S. Nuclear Policy: The Arms Race Sequel

Paul Carroll is an expert in nuclear weapons policy with the Ploughshares Fund, a nonprofit that advocates for the elimination of nuclear weapons.

Tyson Fick, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (Part 2)

Tyson Fick - Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Part 2 (2016)

Tyson Fick, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (Part 1)

Tyson Fick - Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Part 1 (2016)

Larry Cotter, APICDA (Part 2)

Larry Cotter - CEO, Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association, Part 2 (2016)

Larry Cotter, APICDA (Part 1)

Larry Cotter - CEO, Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association, Part 1 (2016)

Alaska’s Deep Money Challenge and What We Can Do

The Alaska budget game show - the most you've ever had balancing a state budget!

Glenn Wright, Legislative Intern Program, UAS

Glenn Wright - Legislative Intern Program, UAS (2016)

Dan Robinson, Dept. of Labor, Research & Analysis

Dan Robinson - Chief, Dept. of Labor, Research & Analysis (2016)

Marc Luiken, Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Facilities (Part 2)

Marc Luiken - Commissioner, Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Facilities, Part 2 (2016)

Marc Luiken, Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Facilities (Part 1)

Marc Luiken - Commissioner, Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Facilities, Part 1 (2016)

Dr. Lisa Parady, Alaska Council of School Administrators

Dr. Lisa Parady - Alaska Council of School Administrators (2016)

Finding True North in the Budget Dilemma

Prominent former Alaska legislators discuss the state’s fiscal future with Alaska journalists.

Norm Wooten, Association of Alaska School Boards (Part 2)

Norm Wooten - Executive Director, Association of Alaska School Boards, Part 2 (2016)

Norm Wooten, Association of Alaska School Boards (Part 1)

Norm Wooten - Executive Director, Association of Alaska School Boards, Part 1 (2016)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League (Part 2)

Kathie Wasserman - Executive Director, Alaska Municipal League, Part 2 (2016)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League (Part 1)

Kathie Wasserman - Executive Director, Alaska Municipal League, Part 1 (2016)

Off the Beaten Path: The Impact of Tourism on the Indigenous Population of Costa Rica

Scott Carrlee has seen firsthand the impact of tourism in Costa Rica on the indigenous population through interviews and participation in indigenous-led rain forest tours.

Young Alaskans’ Panel and Closing Remarks

November 14, 2015

Alaska Citizens’ Panel

November 14, 2015

UAA Public Administration Graduate Students Present

November 14, 2015

Alaska Community Leaders’ Panel

November 14, 2015

UAA PADM Grad Students & Alaska Policy makers

November 14, 2015

Keynote Address Bill Ross, Former AK DEC Commissioner

Lessons learned from climate change action plans and strategies in the Western states: what has worked and has not worked.

Welcome, Opening Remarks & Overview

November 14, 2015

Southeast Alaska by the Numbers

Critical insights into current and past Southeast economic and socioeconomic trends, and changes that are happening in population and employment

Lunch and Conference Wrap-Up

October 14, 2015

Creating Healthy Communities for Returning Citizens – Alaska Prisoner Reentry Initiative

A first step in creating a process, both inside and outside, to help returning Alaska prisoners reengage in their home communities.

My House: Steamdriven Thrift Shop

The Steamdriven Thrift Shop is a for-profit business that trains and employs youth and provides profits for case management services.

Alaska Council on the Homeless Meeting

The Alaska Council on the Homeless meets twice per year to fulfill its mission as a public policy forum for recommendations on the use of state and federal resources to address homelessness

Bill Block, HUD Regional Administrator for Region X

Bill Block is the HUD Regional Administrator for Region X, serving Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington

Basics of the Fair Housing Act and Reasonable Accommodations

The Fair Housing Act (emphasizing) disability and reasonable accommodations) and recent developments in fair housing law

Utah’s Path to Functional Zero

Utah's 2015 chronic homeless count showed a 91% reduction since 2005. How did they do it?

Community Forum On Homelessness

Community planning, strategies to address homelessness and a conversation on the Mayor’s developing plans to end homelessness in our community.

Alaska Homeless Management Information System – Technical Assistance For Users

Interactive Q&A session, led by the attendees. Attendees will be able to ask questions of ICA staff, who will be available “live and in person” to answer.

Understanding Alaska’s Regional Housing Authorities

Alaska’s fourteen Regional Housing Authorities (RHAs) play a critical role in the delivery of housing and housing-related services throughout every region of the state.

Housing and the Continuum of Care Within the Department of Social Services

Learn how current initiatives are implementing a permanent supported housing philosophy

Plenary Session: Lloyd Pendleton

For more than nine years Lloyd has been an advocate for the homeless.

Technical Assistance Collaborative

Supportive housing options and insight into TAC’s work with DHSS on the Strategic Supportive Housing Plan

Alaska Homeless Management Information System

Overview of the Institute for Community Alliances work with the Homeless Management Information System around the country.

Welcome & AKCH2 Coalition Update

A brief overview of the Institute for Community Alliances work with the Homeless Management Information System

Panel Discussion: What’s Next for the Budget?

What Happens Next? What Are the Institutional and Political Factors in Making Decisions Going Forward? How Can Citizens Have More of a Say?

Debate: Where is the Alaska Economy Headed?

How will our fiscal choices affect the Alaska economy? What do the answers to those questions say about what fiscal choices make sense?

Here’s my Budget Proposal

Citizens present proposals to fill $2.5-billion annual gap for five consecutive years

Forum on Alaska’s Fiscal & Economic Future: Introduction & Overview

Overview: What’s the Problem? What Steps Could We Take?

The Success of British Columbia’s Carbon Tax and What It Means for Alaska

Eion Madden grew up in Ireland where he witnessed a drastic shift in the climate, from mild and rainy to one of extremes

The Gathering Crisis of Food Security in Africa: Its Nature, Geography and Possible Solutions

Roland Bunch has worked as a consultant in agricultural development for over 40 NGOs and governments in 50 nations

Citizens with Budget Proposals Try to Fashion a Compromise On Stage

August 19, 2015

Budget Interview: Doug Ward

Interview with Doug Ward during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Scott Goldsmith

Interview with Scott Goldsmith during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Bill Hall

Interview with Bill Hall during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Cliff Groh

Interview with Cliff Groh during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: President of the Alaska AFL-CIO Vince Beltrami

Interview with Vince Beltrami, President of the Alaska AFL-CIO, during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Commissioner of Health and Social Services Valerie Davidson

Interview with Valerie Davidson, Commissioner of the Department of Health and Social Services, during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Vic Fischer

Interview with Vic Fischer during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Jane Anvik

Interview with Jane Anvik during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: John Shively

Interview with John Shively at the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Rasmuson Foundation Executive Director Diane Kaplan

Interview with Diane Kaplan, Executive Director of the Rasmuson Foundation during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Budget Director Pat Pitney

Interview with Pat Pitney, Director of the Office of Management and Budget during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Governor Bill Walker

Interview with Alaska Governor Bill Walker during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: UAF Chancellor Brian Rogers

Interview with Brian Rogers, UAF Chancellor during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Budget Interview: Natural Resources Commissioner Mark Myers

Interview with Mark Myers, Natural Resources Commissioner during the event "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans."

Brother Francis Shelter

Hear from guests and staff of the largest homeless shelter in Alaska

Housing First: Juneau, Alaska

A short video about The Glory Hole homeless shelter’s efforts to start a Housing First project to serve the most vulnerable homeless individuals in Juneau

Summary & Closing by Gov. Bill Walker – Building a Sustainable Future

Governor Bill Walker's summary and closing remarks for "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans" on the afternoon of Sunday, June 7.

Summary & Closing by Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott – Building a Sustainable Future

Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallot's summary and closing remarks for "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans"

Taking the Budget Conversation to Alaskans – A Call to Action

A call to action and wrap-up from Ana Hoffman and Rick Halford, transition team co-chairs.

Governor Bill Walker Closing Remarks – Day 2, Building a Sustainable Future

Governor Bill Walker's closing remarks on the second day of "Building a Sustainable Future: Conversations with Alaskans"

Pros and Cons of Different Revenue Options

Explore the economic considerations of various revenue options - the resources and tools we have available and some of the pros and cons of each

Revenue Options – Opportunities, Myths, and an Interactive Model

Want to try your hand at balancing the budget? Demo of an interactive budget model (download it below) and discussion of two "budget myths"

Alaska Budget Overview – Values, Priorities, & Trends

Where does Alaska spend money? Where does the money come from? What are some ways we could save money?

Overview of Discussion Process – Objectives and Structure

Want to understand more about the structure of the discussion at the "Building a Sustainable Future" event? Bill Dann explains the process.

Understanding the Alaska Budget – Challenges and Solutions

Ever wanted a better understanding of the Alaska budget situation? This video summarizes the challenge and some possible solutions.

Opening Remarks by Governor Bill Walker – Building a Sustainable Future

June 5, 2015

Opening Remarks by Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott – Building a Sustainable Future

Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallot's opening remarks for

What We’ve Learned – Town Hall Discussion

Looking back on a year of examining housing and homelessness issues.

Karluk Manor

Hear how a “Housing First” facility has made a difference by offering a safe, stable residence for homeless individuals affected by alcoholism.

NEST – Nome Emergency Shelter Team

NEST considers itself 'the last resort next to freezing to death.' It is an 'overnight winter shelter for any adult in need, regardless of their level of intoxication.'

Arresting Climate Change: Transforming the World’s Largest Industry

Bill Leighty explains carbon dioxide emissions, possible energy sources, and climate change in a clear, concise way.

Healthcare Costs in Alaska

A forum exploring the costs of healthcare in Alaska and how they affect Alaska’s fiscal future.

Finding a Future in the Middle East

When the Middle East is in the news, it can be hard to understand the context. Paul Barker traces the history of Iran and their relations with the United States

Cyberwar and Warfare

A fascinating exploration from Lawrence Husick of how cyber attacks happen and how it affects governments and private enterprise.

Greenland and the Changing Arctic: Climate, Culture and Self-Determination

Richard Caulfield is an author and the provost of UAS. His doctoral dissertation focused on aboriginal subsistence whaling in Greenland and cultural dynamics of natural resource use in the Arctic.

Comedy, Economics & Carbon Tax!

Yoram Bauman has a Ph.D. in economics, but got into stand-up comedy after writing a parody of an economics text book in grad school

Revisiting Human Rights in Guatemala in the Aftermath of the Civil War

Maria Offer is a reading, curriculum, and education specialist who does volunteer literacy work with Indigenous communities in Mexico, Guatemala, and Peru

The Glory Hole

The Glory Hole is an emergency homeless shelter, soup kitchen and care center in Juneau.

The Raising of Alaska

Our brains develop the most during infancy. During that crucial stage, research has shown what happens – or what doesn’t – can ripple across a lifetime.

Pat Pitney, Office of Management and Budget

Pat Pitney - Director, Office of Management and Budget (2015)

Deantha Crockett, Alaska Miners Association (Part 2)

Deantha Crockett - Executive Director, Alaska Miners Association, Part 2 (2015)

Deantha Crockett, Alaska Miners Association (Part 1)

Deantha Crockett - Executive Director, Alaska Miners Association, Part 1 (2015)

Heidi Drygas, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development (Part 2)

Heidi Drygas - Commissioner, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development, Part 2 (2015)

Heidi Drygas, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development (Part 1)

Heidi Drygas - Commissioner, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development, Part 1 (2015)

Brian Rogers, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Part 2)

Brian Rogers - Chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Part 2 (2015)

Brian Rogers, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Part 1)

Brian Rogers - Chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Part 1 (2015)

Fred Parady, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (Part 2)

Fred Parady - Deputy Commissioner, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, Part 1 (2015)

Fred Parady, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (Part 1)

Fred Parady - Deputy Commissioner, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, Part 1 (2015)

Andi Story, Association of Alaska School Boards

Andi Story - President, Association of Alaska School Boards (2015)

Rep. Cathy Tilton

Rep. Cathy Tilton - R-Wasilla (2015)

Rep. David Talerico

Rep. David Talerico - R-Healy (2015)

Rep. Louise Stutes

Rep. Louise Stutes - R-Kodiak (2015)

Rep. Matt Claman

Rep. Matt Claman - D-Anchorage (2015)

Rep. Adam Wool

Rep. Adam Wool D-Fairbanks (2015)

Clive Thomas, UAS Political Science Professor, Retired (Part 3)

Clive Thomas - UAS Political Science Professor, Retired, Part 3 (2015)

Clive Thomas, UAS Political Science Professor, Retired (Part 2)

Clive Thomas - UAS Political Science Professor, Retired, Part 2 (2015)

Clive Thomas, UAS Political Science Professor, Retired (Part 1)

Clive Thomas - UAS Political Science Professor, Retired, Part 1 (2015)

Rep. Dan Ortiz

Rep. Dan Ortiz - NA-Ketchikan (2015)

Craig Richards, Attorney General of Alaska (Part 2)

Craig Richards - Attorney General of Alaska, Part 2 (2015)

Craig Richards, Attorney General of Alaska (Part 1)

Craig Richards - Attorney General of Alaska, Part 1 (2015)

Rep. Liz Vasquez (Part 2)

Rep. Liz Vasquez - R-Anchorage, Part 2 (2015)

Rep. Liz Vasquez (Part 1)

Rep. Liz Vasquez - R-Anchorage, Part 1 (2015)

Rep. Jim Colver

Rep. Jim Colver R-Palmer, Valdez, Delta Junction (2015)

Randy Hoffbeck, Commissioner of Revenue (Part 2)

Randy Hoffbeck - Commissioner of Revenue, Part 2 (2015)

Randy Hoffbeck, Commissioner of Revenue (Part 1)

Randy Hoffbeck - Commissioner of Revenue, Part 1 (2015)

Faith-based Diplomacy: Bridging the Religious Divide

Douglas Johnston heads the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, which seeks to prevent and resolve identity-based conflicts by using religion as part of the solution.

How Tumbling Oil Prices Affect Everything in Alaska

Oil is at the heart of Alaska’s economy, and the price per barrel a leading indicator of its health. So with the price of oil crashing, what happens now?

Hong Kong – Where China and Global Advantages Converge

Subrina Chow, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, shares insights into the fast changing economic landscape of the greater China region

Shared Waters: Conflict, Cooperation and Transformation

Aaron Wolf is a professor at Oregon State University whose research focuses on political conflict and resolution related to transboundary water resources.

Youth and Family Homlessness – Town Hall Discussion

A discussion of what can be done to address homeless children and families in Ketchikan.

Are Dictators Getting Smarter? The Battle Between Dictatorship & Democracy

Dobson is Slate’s politics and foreign affairs editor, and the author of “The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy.”

Will People in Alaska and the South Pacific be Forced to Relocate?

The human rights implications of climate change and population displacement with Robin Bronen, a senior research scientist at the Institute of Arctic Biology at UAF

How Alaska Picks Its Judges

Voters decide which state judges get to keep their jobs. Why do we vote on judges?

Making a Difference & Governor’s Address

Making a Difference Samuel Johns discusses why he wants to make a difference and a Facebook group that reconnects people that are homeless with friends and family.

Libertarian Candidate for Governor Carolyn “Care” Clift

Libertarian Carolyn

Will China Rule the World?

Ronald Tammen is an author and political science professor at Portland State University. His current research centers on China and India’s emergence as world powers.

Association of Alaska Housing Authorities, Legislative Priorities and Conference Wrap-Up

October 1, 2014

Plenary Speaker Josh Arvidson – Trauma and Homelessness

October 1, 2014

Self-Care & Self-Regulation: Helping Our Nervous System Through Compassion Fatigue via Sensation Awareness and Orientation

October 1, 2014

Public Housing

October 1, 2014

Housing First Across the Country – Town Hall Discussion

Housing First is a growing movement providing people with permanent, supportive, stable housing to make it easier to treat the underlying causes of homelessness.

Alaska Housing Data Panel

October 1, 2014

Results of the First Statewide Survey of Alaskans on Adverse Childhood Experiences

October 1, 2014

Alaska Council on the Homeless Meeting

September 30, 2014

Plenary Speaker Bill Hobson: Developing Housing First Projects

A broad overview of the basic elements of housing first project development.

Non-Profit Housing Developers Forum

September 30, 2014

Employment and Engagement

September 30, 2014

Overcoming Opposition to Housing First

Opposition to housing first developments can come from a variety of sources. This session will examine strategies to overcome each of these obstacles.

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness

Agenda items include the Mayor’s Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness, opportunities in VA Rural Health resources, and other updates.

Prisoner Re-Entry Programs: Agency Presentations

September 29, 2014

Housing First Permanent Supportive Housing

Featuring Sam Tsemberis, founder and CEO of Pathways To Housing.

Youth Homelessness in Alaska Panel Discussion

September 29, 2014

Alaska Division of Behavioral Health, Office of Supportive Housing

September 29, 2014

Plenary Speaker Sam Tsemberis

Sam Tsemberis, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of Pathways to Housing, Inc. and a spokesperson on homelessness, mental illness, addiction

Faith-Based Solutions to Sheltering of Families and Individuals

September 29, 2014

Alaska Housing First Program Evaluation

September 29, 2014

Welcome and Opening Remarks

September 29, 2014

Syria: From Struggle for Freedom to Humanitarian Crisis

Radwan Ziadeh is an author, scholar and international policy expert with a focus on Syria.

Reporters’ Roundtable with Bill Walker & Byron Mallott

A roundtable discussion with independent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker and his running mate Byron Mallott

Unrest in Southeast Asia: A Thai Activist’s Perspective

Sulak Sivaraksa is the founder of a number of social, humanitarian, ecological and spiritual movements and organizations in Thailand.

Living with Substance Abuse – Town Hall Discussion

Living with Substance Abuse is the first in a series of A Roof town hall meetings to be held around the state.

Spreading the Venezuelan Music Program El Sistema Worldwide

Tony Woodcock is President of the New England Conservatory of Music, which just graduated its fifth class of Sistema Fellows educated in Venezuela's El Sistema music principles,

Combating Rural Poverty through “Last Mile” Solutions

Alex Counts is the founder of the Grameen Foundation, which combats global poverty through microfinance, mobile healthcare and empowering farmers.

Who Are These Guys? – Staying Ahead of Emerging Markets

Richard Boucher was the longest-serving Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.

Russian-Ukrainian Relations: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Presenter Alexander Dolitsky is a native of Kiev in the former Soviet Ukraine. His academic background is in Russian history and anthropology.

Decoding the Gas Line Project

For years Alaskans have been talking about a natural gas pipeline. Now the Alaska LNG project has momentum and the state could become an owner.

Experiences as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine

Mary Miller is an Alaskan who has been volunteering with the Peace Corps in Ukraine since September 2012.

Middle East to Southeast

Three exchange students from the Middle East will talk about adapting to life in Southeast Alaska, going to American schools, and what they miss about home.

Susan Bell, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development

Susan Bell - Commissioner, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (2014)

Robbie Graham, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development

Robbie Graham Assistant Commissioner, Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (2014)

Curtis Thayer, Dept. of Administration

Curtis Thayer - Commissioner, Dept. of Administration (2014)

Dan Robinson, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development (Part 2)

Dan Robinson - Research Chief, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development, Part 2 (2014)

Dan Robinson, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development (Part 1)

Dan Robinson - Research Chief, Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development, Part 1 (2014)

Rep. Mike Hawker (Part 2)

Rep. Mike Hawker - R-Anchorage, Part 2 (2014)

Rep. Mike Hawker (Part 1)

Rep. Mike Hawker - R-Anchorage, Part 1 (2014)

Rep. Chris Tuck (Part 2)

Rep. Chris Tuck - D-Anchorage, Part 2 (2014)

Rep. Chris Tuck (Part 1)

Rep. Chris Tuck - D-Anchorage, Part 1 (2014)

Brian Rogers, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Part 2)

Brian Rogers - Chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Part 2 (2014)

Brian Rogers, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Part 1)

Brian Rogers - Chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Part 1 (2014)

Sen. Hollis French (Part 2)

Sen. Hollis French, Part 2 (2014)

Sen. Hollis French (Part 1)

Sen. Hollis French, Part 1 (2014)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League (Part 2)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League, Part 2 (2014)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League (Part 1)

Kathie Wasserman, Alaska Municipal League, Part 1 (2014)

Rep. Bob Herron (Part 2)

Rep. Bob Herron, Co-Chair, Alaska Arctic Policy Commission, Part 2 (2014)

Angela Rodell, Dept. of Revenue (Part 2)

Angela Rodell Commissioner, Dept. of Revenue, Part 2 (2014)

Angela Rodell, Dept. of Revenue (Part 1)

Angela Rodell Commissioner, Dept. of Revenue, Part 1 (2014)

Sen. Charlie Huggins (Part 1)

Sen. Charlie Huggins, President of the Senate, Part 2 (2014)

Sen. Charlie Huggins (Part 1)

Sen. Charlie Huggins, President of the Senate, Part 1 (2014)

Larry Hartig, Dept. of Environmental Conservation (Part 2)

Larry Hartig Commissioner, Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Part 2 (2014)

Larry Hartig, Dept. of Environmental Conservation (Part 1)

Larry Hartig Commissioner, Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Part 1 (2014)

Karen Rehfeld, State Budget Director (Part 2)

Karen Rehfeld, State Budget Director, Part 2 (2014)

Karen Rehfeld, State Budget Director (Part 1)

Karen Rehfeld, State Budget Director, Part 1 (2014)

Rep. Mike Chenault (Part 2)

Rep. Mike Chenault, Part 2 (2014)

Rep. Mike Chenault (Part 1)

Rep. Mike Chenault, Part 1 (2014)

Fred Esposito, AVTEC (Part 2)

Fred Esposito - Director, AVTEC, Part 2 (2014)

Fred Esposito, AVTEC (Part 1)

Fred Esposito - Director, AVTEC, Part 1 (2014)

Nils Andreassen, Institute of the North (Part 1)

Nils Andreassen, Executive Director, Institute of the North, Part 2 (2014)

Nils Andreassen, Institute of the North (Part 1)

Nils Andreassen, Executive Director, Institute of the North, Part 1 (2014)

Mike Monagle, Workers’ Compensation Division (Part 2)

Mike Monagle, Director, Workers' Compensation Division, Part 2 (2014)

Mike Monagle, Workers’ Compensation Division (Part 1)

Mike Monagle, Director, Workers' Compensation Division, Part 1 (2014)

Bob Whicker – Consortium for Digital Learning

Bob Whicker, Director of the Consortium for Digital Learning (2014)

German Federal Elections 2013: The Emerging Grand Coalition

Bruce Botelho, a former Alaska attorney general and former Juneau mayor speaks on the 2013 German federal elections and the country's emerging Grand Coalition.