Cessilye Williams, principal of Clark Middle School in Anchorage, has been named the Alaska Secondary School Principal of the Year by the Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals. Principal Williams has served as a principal for fifteen years, thirteen of which have been at Clark Middle School.
Nine CBPP students and their professors, Angie Zheng and Paul Johnson are in China for the class "Globalization and China Economy and Business". The course is a three-credit economics upper division elective. During their trip the students will be writing home, this is the latest postcard.
In 2009 Shang and Croson found that providing information about the donation decisions of others can have a positive impact on individual donations to public radio. In this study, CBPP Professor James Murphy along with Nomin Batmunkh, Ben Nilsson, and Samantha Ray, attempted to replicate their results.
Three graduate students-- Vinera Erickson, Matt Clark and Brian Endsley-- competing against 609 other college teams worldwide, finished in the top ten in The Capstone Business Competition. Their virtual company registered fourth in profits, tenth in ROS, and eighth in stock price after completing their eight round competition.
The College of Business and Public Policy’s Student Recognition & Graduation Celebration on April 17th was the perfect forum to announce the graduation of the 2014 – 15 thirteen leadership fellows and introduction of the twenty-five students who had been selected for the 2015-16 cohort.