Activity: Talk, presentation, public lecture, public engagement, outreach and knowledge exchange › Invited talk
To provide lasting recognition of the scientific contributions of Laurence Irving and Per Scholander, the Irving-Scholander Memorial Fund supports the visit of an outstanding life scientist to the University of Alaska Fairbanks each year. The visitor presents a formal lecture and meets with faculty and students for informal discussions. The lectures and discussions are a fitting memorial to Drs. Irving and Scholander, who provided their colleagues with many stimulating ideas and seminal contributions to biological knowledge. The series began in 1981 and is sponsored by the Institute of Arctic Biology and Institute of Marine Science. It is supported by private donations to an endowment within the University of Alaska Foundation.
16 Sep 2014
Why Do We Get Fat? An Evolutionary Perspective on an Important Health Issue<br/>: Irving-Scholander Memorial Lecture