Faculty & Student Seminar: Retirement Contribution Rate Nudges - Evidence from the Field
Simple nudges, such as changing defaults or sending encouraging messages, can significantly increase individual contributions to retirement savings. Recent evidence, however, suggests that many nudges fail and that the effects of other nudges are short lived.
CBPP Students Sam Erickson (BBA Finance) and Jacob Shercliffe (Economics) Advance to Nationals with the Seawolf Debate Team
CBPP students Sam Erickson (BBA Finance) and Jacob Shercliffe (Economics) defeated more than sixty teams from universities across the West to become this year’s regional champions.
UAA Team Places Second in At Large Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
The 2018 At Large Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition was held March 23-25. UAA's team, made up of students from CBPP's MIS program; CoEng's Computer Science Program; and UAA Community and Technical College, placed in the top three.
Congratulations to Dr. Terry A. Nelson
Congratulations to Dr. Terry A. Nelson who was recently elected to serve as a board member on the Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (MOBTS) for a three-year term. MOBTS is a premier international experiential learning Society and Conference of management sciences now entering its 45th year.
Economics Alumna Dr. Kelcie Ralph to Speak on the Role of Transportation Planners
Dr. Kelcie Ralph will be speaking at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 19, 2018 on the lower floor Student Union. In her talk, Dr. Ralph explains that transportation planners do not only fix congestion, they also tackle climate change, promote equity and improve safety.