“Sophist Salmon” Debate
Dean Prasad and the CBPP Research Leadership Committee cordially invite you to attend the ninth annual “Sophist Salmon” Debate. The audience will decide the winning team by “voting with the feet.”
Please attend what promises to be an educational and entertaining event as we end the semester with a bang! Friday, March 27, 2015, Rasmuson Hall, Room 101, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Parking is free.
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Each week the College of Business and Public Policy will be highlighting a mentor in the Leadership Fellows program with an interview conducted by their protégé. This week’s featured protégé/mentor pairing is Lauren Riley and her mentor Jay Blury, Vice President of Marketing for Northrim Bank.
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CBPP’s Leadership Fellows Program Grows Younger
One would think that academic programs would not be able to grow younger. But not in this case. The well-recognized and successful College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) Leadership Fellows Program has partnered with Clark Middle School to grow fledgling leaders in Anchorage and Alaska.
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ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. Helps the College of Business and Public Policy Serve Students With Critical Software
The College of Business and Public Policy strives to provide students the best education by making the latest software available for classes. SAP’s enterprise resource planning software, is one such example. SAP ERP incorporates the key business functions of an organization. ConocoPhillips Alaska has made a donation this year that allows CBPP to continue offering SAP software. Tim Green, Manager, Alaska Supply Chain at ConocoPhillips said, “SAP is a critical tool for [ConocoPhillips] and given our efforts to recruit Supply Chain students from UAA, I feel this [is] a worthwhile effort […]”.
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