One Health, One Future
March 11-14, 2020
University of Alaska Fairbanks
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Center for One Health Research will partner with
the U.S. Department of State to host the international conference
One Health, One Future from March 11-14, 2020 in Fairbanks, Alaska.
This is expected to be the largest circumpolar One Health conference held in the United States in 2020, with participation anticipated from across the Arctic region.
The event is part of the United States contribution to One Arctic, One Health¸ an Arctic Council project now in its fifth year of operation. The project aims to
develop a circumpolar network of One Health experts that can share knowledge, conduct
exercises, and spur collaborative investigations of One Health phenomena.
- Registration will be open throughout the conference - walk ins are welcome!
- Includes all coffee breaks and lunches
Latest conference news!
Friday, March 13 | Davis Concert Hall | 6:30 p.m.
A co-production of ITVS & Vision Maker Media, ATTLA tells the gripping but little-known story of George Attla, a charismatic Alaska Native dogsled racer who, with one good leg and fierce determination, became a legendary sports hero in Northern communities around the world.
Reminder to all our attendees to register to our conference first in order to receive their unique discount code with with Alaska Airlines.
You have a choice of three select conference hotels in Fairbanks to choose from, the only ones from which we will have a free shuttle to our meeting location.
"Experienced in working with global decision-makers for more than a decade, Watt-Cloutier offers a new model for 21st century leadership. She speaks with passion and urgency on the issues of today — the environment, the economy, foreign policy, global health and sustainability — not as separate concerns, but as a deeply interconnected whole."
Please read her complete biography here.
Mrs. Watt-Cloutier is set to speak on March 11, 2020 at the Davis Concert Hall.
"There is an art to science and a science to art; both are distinct, yet both flourish together.
My native heritage is Kootenai and Bitterroot Salish from the Montana Flathead Reservation. My mother and I were born in Alaska and are enrolled in the Ketchikan Indian Community in Alaska; a federally recognized tribe of Alaska Natives and American Indians. My artistic style is diverse as I have studied under numerous Native Elders and artisans across Alaska. My MFA thesis show will be my second Master’s degree. My first was a MS in Wildlife Biology from UAF. This blending of academic cultures has greatly influenced my art as I try to view indigenous art as both analogous yet distinct from the scientific community."
Don't miss her show at UAF's Art gallery, just a few steps from the Davis Concert Hall.
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