College of Business and Public Policy Cultural Perspectives Workshops
All workshops are face-to-face on Fridays from 12-1:30 pm in Rasmuson Hall.
Space is limited to 30*. Register today!
Disrupt Aging Classroom is an interactive curriculum that challenges students to examine
their aging perceptions and think about how the growing aging population is relevant
to their personal lives and future careers.
The Disrupt Aging Classroom curriculum is presented by AARP volunteer facilitators, who are trained extensively on the content and effective delivery. Facilitators will present virtually through a live-video, interactive presentation. The curriculum complements any course of study and can be presented across disciplines at university campuses. Come prepared to interact and have your smartphone or your laptop with you.
*This workshop is limited to 25 people. RH 303
The #MeToo movement swept the nation like an angry storm and disrupted workplaces, educational institutions, entertainment and media conglomerates, politics, sports, and peoples' personal lives. Where are we today and what has the movement taught us about relationships both in and outside of the board room? How has the #TimesUp movement changed the landscape and the national dialogue around sexual misconduct, violence, and harassment? More importantly, how has the movement impacted your personal understanding and future career goals and aspirations? In this conversation, we will trace, discuss, and contextualize the #MeToo movement and take a "closer look" at what the future holds for a generation living in a #TimesUp cultural moment. RH 316Register now for #TimesUp
The participants will hear about UAA’s internationalization efforts since the early 2010s and how much progress we will have made by spring 2024. Using some previous reports and results of the past and upcoming survey(s), participants will have a chance to hear and discuss how CBPP, as well as UAA, can be “a beacon of opportunity, providing transformative educational experiences to students from all parts of Alaska and the world” and “prepare our students for leadership at the frontiers of a changing world.” RH 316Register now for Observations on UAA's Internationalization Efforts