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Weidner Center for Real Estate Management

Weidner Center for Real Estate Management Ribbon Cutting

The College of Business and Public Policy will celebrate the opening of the Weidner Center for Real Estate Management with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 5:15 p.m. on the first floor of Rasmuson Hall.

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Vernon Smith

Experimental Economics Laboratory Named in Honor of Vernon Smith

The Department of Economics and Public Policy's Experimental Economics Lab has been renamed the Vernon Smith Economic Science Laboratory in honor of Nobel laureate and economics professor Vernon Smith.

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Alaska Native Corporation Board Member Peer Exchange

New & Innovative Collaboration of Alaska Native Corporation Boards

We hope you will join us this October 18 for a new and innovative collaboration of Alaska Native Corporation Boards. This session includes important board training, sharing of information among ANC board members and will also include an open Peer Exchange among participants. Specifically designed for Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) board members, this half-day peer exchange offers the opportunity to interact, network, and learn from each other as well as from experts in the field. Come and participate in a session designed to promote meaningful dialogue among Alaska Native Corporations.

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Nance Larsen, Dr. Sandra Ehrlich, and Blythe Campbell

Amplifying Writing Impact in The College of Business and Public Policy

To amplify writing impact, the College of Business & Public Policy will welcome Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) leader practitioners, Blythe Campbell and Nance Larsen in the CIS-280 Managerial Communications classroom this fall.

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Qiujie “Angie” Zheng

Qiujie “Angie” Zheng: Wild Alaska Salmon and China

College of Business and Public Policy Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods and Economics, Angie Zheng, investigated Chinese consumer preference for Alaska salmon to learn the potential of the product in China’s markets.

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