Alaskan Wildlings LLC Receives Multiple Prizes in 2022 College of Business and Public Policy Business Plan Competition
The College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) awarded $17,000 in prizes during its Perfect Pitch event Friday, April 8. The annual event is the culmination of the CBPP Business Plan Competition for UAA students and community members.
Read: Alaskan Wildlings LLC Receives Multiple Prizes in…
Business Plan Competition Finalists to Square Off in Perfect Pitch Finale
The College of Business and Public Policy Business Plan Competition is more exciting than ever, according to organizer Dr. Helena S. Wisniewski. “The finalists are outstanding. The program was just starting out when the pandemic hit, so this is the first year we will have an in-person finale.”
Read: Business Plan Competition Finalists to Square Off…
Apply Now for the Real Estate Management + Investment Workshop
High school students are invited to apply for a free interactive summer workshop to learn about real estate management and how and why people invest in income-producing real estate.
Read: Apply Now for the Real Estate Management +…
GE Digital’s Dr. Colin Parris to Present March AI Webinar
On March 17 from 12-1 pm, our AI Webinar series will focus on the fascinating world of digital twin technology. Our special guest speaker is Dr. Colin Parris, the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at GE Digital.
Read: GE Digital’s Dr. Colin Parris to Present March AI…
Understanding ANCSA at 50 – and Beyond
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) passed fifty years ago, creating 12 Alaska Native regional corporations within the state of Alaska that have diversified into successful state, national and global companies. Many village corporations and Native nonprofit organizations have also thrived and grown.
Read: Understanding ANCSA at 50 – and Beyond