CBPP Graduate Student Helps Launch CIRI’s Virtual Mentorship Program
Mentors and mentees will benefit from a new customized virtual mentorship program developed by Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI), launched with assistance from CBPP graduate student and CIRI intern Rinnah Andrew.
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Driving Into the Future: April 22 Webinar to Focus on Autonomous Vehicles
The final installment of CBPP’s special webinar series on Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be Thursday, April 22 from 12-1 pm, and will focus on the development of autonomous vehicles.
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2021 Business Plan Competition Winners Chosen
The College of Business and Public Policy is pleased to announce the winners of its 2021 Business Plan Competition, which culminated last week when four finalists presented their plans to a panel of judges and 80 attendees at the Perfect Pitch event.
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Suez Canal Incident Shines Light on Alaska Shipping Logistics
The cargo ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for the last week is finally free. While the trade lanes affected by the blockage do not directly affect Alaska, the situation is a stark reminder of choke points and single ports of entry along supply chains, says Darren Prokop, Professor of Logistics in the Department of Management, Marketing, Logistics and Business Analytics.
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