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Artificial Intelligence

BA490/690 AI Concepts & Business Applications Has Concluded Its First Semester

Spring 2019 was the inaugural semester for BA490/690 “AI Concepts & Business Applications”. The course focused on artificial intelligence and how it’s transforming and being leveraged in modern business. Students learned strategies employed by companies leading in AI, and the prospects for its growth.

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Alaska Native regional chairs

History Made: Inside the Boardroom

On April 5, 2019 history was made at the University of Alaska Anchorage College of Business and Public Policy when 10 of the 12 Alaska Native regional chairs attended BA A403 Inside the Boardroom of an Alaska Native Organization. To our knowledge, this is the first time 10 of the 12 regions were represented in this manner and we were honored to have them as our guests.

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UAA's ALCCDC Team

UAA Team Places First in At Large Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

The 2019 At Large Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition was held March 9-10. UAA's team, made up of students from CBPP's MIS program; CoEng's Computer Science Program; and UAA Community and Technical College, placed first.

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Students in Class

Introducing the College of Business and Public Policy Dean's Student Advisory Board

Our Student Advisory Board provides ideas and feedback to the Dean regarding multiple facets of the College’s operations, including: program and curriculum offerings, technology, policies, career-related options, social and networking opportunities, and outreach.

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Group at the South Anchorage Farmers Market in August

Angie Zheng Asks Locals, Why Buy Alaska Grown?

In August, among the rows of white-capped tents of local artists selling handmade crafts, Alaskana memorabilia and food vendors at Anchorage’s Saturday Market, six students from UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) weaved their way in and out between busy shoppers and tourists, asking locals a simple question — why buy local?

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