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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Sharing Expertise to Drive Alaska High School Student Success
On Thursday, February 21, 2019, the halls of the Hilton Anchorage Hotel were filled with more than 140 students from 16 high schools across Alaska rehearsing presentations in preparation for the 34th annual GCI Alaska Academic Decathlon Speech competition.
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Hockey Captain and Management Major Nils Rygaard Featured in Green & Gold
Nils Rygaard’s comfort as a leader extends beyond the ice and into the classroom as a business management major with an economics minor. While the boardroom is almost certain to follow, he will already have had years of experience adapting his hockey captain approach for positions outside of the rink.
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Dr. Sandra Ehrlich Facilitates Interactive Teamwork & Collaboration Workshop in the College of Engineering
On February 8, 2019, Dr. Sandra G. Ehrlich, Associate Professor of Management & Marketing in the College of Business & Public Policy facilitated a workshop, “Building Resilience to Manage Team Projects: 6 Tips to Success,” for 30 senior capstone students in the College of Engineering.
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Building a Stronger Nonprofit Community in Alaska
On February 5, 2019, Dr. Sandra G. Ehrlich, Associate Professor of Management & Marketing in the College of Business & Public Policy launched the third season of AFP-PM—Philanthropy Matters for the Association of Fundraising Professionals, AFP Alaska Chapter.
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