Tom Case Leadership Fellows Annual Fall Reception
The Tom Case Leadership Fellows held their annual Fall Reception earlier this month to celebrate the official beginning of the new academic year. The event gives mentors and fellows the opportunity to meet in person, if they haven’t already, and get to know each other better.
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Dr. Chad Briggs Speaks on This is Tomorrow Panel at the University of Bath
Dr. Chad Briggs visited the United Kingdom last week to participate on a panel at this year’s Institute for Policy Research (IPR) symposium, This is Tomorrow, which aimed to address ongoing debates affecting our future.
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Dr. Chad Briggs Talks Drone Attacks on KTVA
Recent drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities have begged the question, could it happen here? Particularly, here in Alaska.
While Alyeska Pipeline Company says it doesn't do interviews on sensitive subjects, like security, a spokesperson did say that the company has a number of surveillance methods to protect the pipeline from both physical and cybersecurity threats.
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Dr. James Murphy Teaches Experimental Econ Workshops in SE Asia
Dr. James Murphy has recently returned from a trip to Southeast Asia where he was co-teaching International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) workshops on experimental economics in Vietnam and Thailand.
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Professor Terry Fields Holds First REM+I Workshop
Professor Terry Fields held the first REM+I (Real Estate Management and Investment) Workshop this past July in the Weidner Center for Real Estate Management in UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy, and the inaugural program was a clear success!
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