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            UAF School of Management Blog

            ASB Students Take On LA

            ASB Students Take On LA

            This post was written by Jillian Bjornstad, a business administration senior minoring in Japanese studies. Jillian is president of the Associated Students of Business (ASB), as well as president of the Native Alaskan Business Leaders (NABL). During the 10分11选5计划 spring semester, fellow SOM student Melinda Farmer and I had the opportunity to join the National Milliennial/Gen Z Community trip to Los Angeles, CA, thanks to our participation in the Associated Students of Business (ASB) student organization.

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            ASB Visits Atlanta

            ASB Visits Atlanta

            This blog post was written by Dawson Mann, a senior studying business administration with a minor in political science. In the fall of 2019, Associated Students of Business (ASB) sent two representatives to the National Millennial/Gen Z Community conference in Atlanta. Club advisor Amanda White and I joined dozens of students from other universities to tour various corporations and non-profit organizations and talk with executives. The primary goal of these visits was to promote the interests of the community and work to dispel negative stereotypes regarding millennials and Gen Z.

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            SIF Exchanges Ideas on Investing at Chicago Conference

            SIF Exchanges Ideas on Investing at Chicago Conference

            The following post was written by Joel Ballou, MBA student and SIF teaching assistant. One of the best things about the School of Management is its strength at bridging the gap between learning in the classroom and the real world. The school offers numerous opportunities to attend conferences and competitions, and network with professionals. This fall, students in our Student Investment Fund class traveled to Chicago to attend the 7th annual Student Managed Investment Fund Consortium conference. It was a wonderful to network with people from all types of backgrounds, learn about other student investment groups, and listen to best practices from industry experts. This opportunity helped us see different ways we can manage our SIF class both internally and externally.

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            Eighth Annual Northrim Roast and Boast

            Eighth Annual Northrim Roast and Boast

              Local coffee roasters, caf├ęs, and chocolatiers showed off their specialty goods on Friday, Nov. 22, at the 2019 annual Roast and Boast, an event organized by students in the School of Management Principles of Marketing class taught by Tammy Tragis-McCook. For the eigth year, the School of Management joined Northrim Bank to host this community event, which featured delicious baked goods, organic kombuchas, award-winning teas, crafted chocolates and plenty of hot beverages.

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            Students visit U.S. Olympic Training Center and NCAA Final Four

            Students visit U.S. Olympic Training Center and NCAA Final Four

            Last spring, a number of UAF students had the fantastic opportunity to attend two separate national events related to sport management. On March 18-21, six students attended the Team USA Symposium held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. The students were exposed to various aspects of the Olympic and Paralympic sport and learned from industry leaders through keynote speakers and panel discussions on various topics, including the Olympic Movement, sports performance, and sports business development. UAF also entered two teams into the USOC Case Study competition. Each team presented a 15-minute oral presentation on whether or not eSports should be allowed in the Olympics to a panel of staff within the Olympic and Paralympic Movement.

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