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Happening at Lang
Dr. Statia Elliot, Dr. Hwan-Suk (Chris) Choi and Bruce McAdams are this year's Tourism Initiatives Fund recipients.
Rachel Provis, a 4th year Management student at Lang, writes about completing a major, minor and a certificate all while being involved outside of the classroom.
Alyssa Quaglia, a 5th year student at Lang, writes about her experience with the Field School Program in Ecuador and how this experience will impact how she uses business as a force for good.
A U of G soy-based skin care startup supported by Lang’s John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise is the recipient of $5,000 in funding from donors in the oilseed production industry.
Q&A with Stephanie Villers, A Ph.D. Management Student Breaking Barriers and Promoting Healthy Sustainable Alternatives
Stephanie Villers's research seeks to explore how marketing sustainable goods and services can promote education, challenge prevailing misinformation and societal stigmas, and address gender inequalities regarding accessibility in stigmatized markets.
Marketing professor Dr. Timothy Dewhirst explains in a new Toronto Star opinion commentary how the concept of "co-branding" plays into flag display.
On July 1st, five new faculty members will join the Lang School. The Sport and Event Management major within the BComm program welcomes two new faculty while the Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies welcomes three new faculty.
Current Lang MA Leadership student Meaghan Blight was recently announced as the new President and CEO of Wesleyan College, a liberal arts College for women located in Georgia, USA.