Pass the Seal Oil Please!

Seawolf Howls

Conversation Café 2014 also included five Seawolf Howls. Seawolf Howls are 10-minute talks grounded in the Student Affairs core themes contributed by UAA faculty and staff that provide colleagues an innovative look at topics near and dear to student affairs and UAA.

Watch the Seawolf Howl
“Pass the Seal Oil Please!”
presented by Karla Booth
and then click on the links below to watch
the other Seawolf Howls.

the Seal Oil
Please!Karla Booth
Karla Booth

There’s a lot to learn from cultures and communities that are thousands of years old! Lucky us…we have students attending UAA that are from these rich cultures. Together lets create environments that are welcoming so we can learn from our students and they can flourish while they are with us.

I have pride in my Alaska Native heritage and I am passionate about serving Alaska Native students. Karla Booth is my name. I am Tsimshian and apart of the Raven Clan of Metlakatla, Alaska. As the Alaska Native & Rural Outreach Program and Cama-i Room Coordinator, I assist students living in student housing that identify as being Alaska Native, Native American or from a rural Alaska community. Away from UAA I dance with a Tsimshian dance group, enjoy arts and crafts, and raise my adorable 7 month old son, Jeffrey.

Pass the Seal Oil Please!

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