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Economics Visiting Speaker Seminar

Charles Zheng from the University of Western Ontario will present "Bidding Coalitions for the Financially Constrained".

Information Session: Master of Science in Marketing and Consumer Studies

Even if you haven’t thought about graduate education…   Join us Tuesday, February 1, 2011 5:30-7:00pm PJs Atrium   Learn about the Master of Science in Marketing and Consumer Studies   Some features:   * graduates have 100% success in obtaining career-related jobs * intimate study environment (10 students accepted per year)           * student funding provided     Come find out more! Talk to graduate students and alumni working in the industry!     Food and beverages will be served  

Public Lecture - How Do Marketing and History Relate?

Prof. Brad Hudson, Visiting Fulbright Scholar from Boston University will be speaking about his research on brand heritage:  "How do marketing and history relate?" Brad is interested in the consumer appeal of older companies and suggests this may be enhanced by the historical characters of their brands.  He will share findings from his prior research about the cruise line Cunard, and also discuss his current research about the Canadian château hotels operated by Fairmont. Professor Hudson is with us during Winter 2011 while on sabbatical from Boston University.

Entrepreneurship Networking Lunch and Learn

Andrew Fisher, Executive Vice President at Wesley Clover will be at the University of Guelph to conduct an Entrepreneurship Networking Lunch and Learn.

CMA Ontario Information Sessions

Students interested in learning more about becoming a certified management accountant should attend this session.

CGA Ontario - Student Appointments

Erin McDonald, Business Development Manager, CGA Ontario will be on campus to meet with students interested in a career as a CGA.

4th Annual CMA Etiquette Dinner

Trying to impress potential employers, clients or business partners? Have you ever sat at a formal dinner and wondered “Which one of these forks do I use or how should I pass the bread?” Your business etiquette may speak louder than your words and the CMA Etiquette Dinner provides students the opportunity to learn proper etiquette rules from an etiquette coach, and to put these skills into action during a formal 4-course dinner with other commerce students.

CMA Ontario - Student Appointments

Jean MacKinnon, Regional Director of Marketing & Communications, Midwestern Ontario & Niagara, CMA Ontario will be on campus to meet with students interested in a career as a CMA. To book an appointment please register online at:

Last day to submit applications for IMPACT! Youth Conference for Sustainability Leadership Conference

Applications for the IMPACT! Youth Conference for Sustainability Leadership Conference are now being accepted. Participants selected to attend this bilingual conference will: be inspired by Dr. David Suzuki's key-note address; collaborate with expert leaders and facilitators to explore and build tangible multi-industry and system sustainability solutions; network with a diverse group of young Canadian sustainability leaders; and develop practical skills to lead sustainability initiatives following the conference.

Economics Visiting Speaker Seminar

Anindya Sen from the University of Waterloo will present "Salary incentives, research productivity, and the 'U.S. exodus': Evidence from panel data".

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