MPA Graduate Danielle Bauer Receives George C. Marshall Award
Danielle M. Bauer, an Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps Cadet at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, received the George C. Marshall Award during an awards ceremony at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Arctic Policy, Sustainability and Governance
Northwest Alaska is experiencing changes in environmental conditions from climate change, a harbinger of likely effects on the rural and remote community sustainability.
Dr. Steve Konkel will instruct PADM A671 beginning July 7, 2017
MobLab CEO and Co-Founder Demos Economics Games and Experiments Software
Walter M. Yuan, CEO and co-founder of MobLab, was at Rasmuson Hall Monday to demo MobLab’s interactive software for economics games and experiments. The College of Business and Public Policy’s Center for Economic Education will be working with MobLab to develop free software for use in high school economics classes to promote economic and financial literacy in K-12 education.
Professor Terry Nelson Receives the 2017 OBTS New Educator Award
College of Business and Public Policy’s Professor Terry Nelson was recently awarded the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (OBTS) New Educator Award. The award recognizes promising academics who make a difference in the field of management education through exceptional classroom instruction, educational innovation and cutting-edge promise and creativity through their teaching, scholarship, and/or service.
UAA College of Business and Public Policy M.B.A. Graduate Matt Childs Featured in Green & Gold News
College of Business and Public Policy M.B.A grad Matt Childs not only walked at commencement, he also became the inaugural student speaker at UAA’s hooding ceremony, where master’s and doctoral students receive their regalia.