Last month, Lang commerce student Tristyn Wylie placed first at the 2020 CSA Group Academic Challenge, an annual competition that challenges students to share their forward-looking ideas and competitive proposals about industry practices and issues that are influenced by standards.
Last month, the Lang School had the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Lang’s Class of 2020 during a virtual graduation celebration. During the event, several Lang graduates were recognized for their academic, extra-curricular, and teaching achievements within the Lang School.
This year, the Lang School recognized:
With the spread of COVID-19 resulting in the closure of all non-essential services and organizations, one of the hardest-hit sectors was the collocated live experience economy. The Lang School’s International Institute for Sport Business and Leadership (IISBL) was a partner on a recent study that explored the impact of COVID-19 on Calgary’s Live Experience Economy.
Facing an unprecedented and challenging summer for student placements and internships, fifth-year marketing management student Michelle Kozdras decided to take control and launch her own summer service: Math Hero.
For Patrick Cook, development manager at the Lang School, sport was more than just an activity on a field or track. It was an opportunity to develop skills and values important to personal and professional growth.
During his undergraduate studies at the University of Guelph, Patrick Cook was a varsity athlete with the Guelph Gryphons cross-country team and track and field team. For Patrick, sports played a larger role in his life by helping him develop and learn valuable skills relevant to the business world.