Dr. Statia Elliot (Director, School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management) and retired faculty Dr. Marion Joppe have been awarded funding as part of SSHRC’s Research Data Management Capacity Building Initiative.
Dr. Jamie Gruman offers his insights on returning to the office. He notes that flexibility is a tactic that could be used to support employees and their return to the office.
The University of Guelph placed 16th worldwide when it comes to sustainable impacts on society, according to a new global ranking by Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
Dr. Jing Lu, Dr. Kathleen Rodenburg, Dr. Lianne Foti and Dr. Ann Pegoraro co-authored a new study that found companies prioritizing sustainability in their business strategies are better positioned to survive during times of crisis and experience economic growth.
Post-doctoral fellow Dr. Susan Dupej writes that closing regulation gaps would help Canada become a global leader in cannabis-centred tourism in a new piece for Conversation Canada.
New research by Lang finance professor Dr. Nikola Gradojevic explores how COVID-19 impacted the global financial option market and the most effective ways to forecast its price.
Marketing professor Dr. Timothy Dewhirst examines why Russian athletes are using "strategic ambiguity" when discussing the Ukraine conflict in his new Toronto Star opinion piece.
The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics is pleased to present its 2020–21 Research Report, which highlights the many contributions of faculty and the impact of their research.
A new paper by Dr. Jamie Gruman presents a new model that integrates positive psychology and human resource management and explores how leaders can adopt strategies to boost team performance.
Dr. Laurie Barclay, professor and Lang Chair in Leadership, noted that the recent increase in anxiety as a result of the pandemic has important implications for the workplace.