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Lang, U of G mourns death of students in Plane Crash

It is with heavy hearts that we share two U of G students were listed on the passenger manifest of flight PS752, including PhD Management student (Marketing and Consumer Studies) Milad Ghasemi Ariani.

Our thoughts are with their family, friends and all those lost in this incident.

U of G supports and resources are always available: https://wellness.uoguelph.ca/

Gourmand Awards

Lang Associate Professor Emeritus among Gourmand World Cookbook Awards

Associate Professor Emeritus Joe Barth's recent book, Pepper: A Guide to the World's Favourite Spice, was announced as the winner in the spices category for Canada in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.

The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards were founded in 1995 to honour the best food and wine books. This year, culinary books from 225 countries were submitted for the spices category. As the winner for Canada, Barth's book will move forward among 9 others to compete for the Best in the World.

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Lang School announces $225,000 in new entrance scholarships

The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics is excited to announce $225,000 in new entrance scholarships to support students that embody the Lang School’s vision of being a business school for a changing world, redefining leadership and business education.

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Generous donation creates bursary for UofG students from Québec

Thanks to the generosity of Lang business alumnus Daniel F. Engels, a new bursary has been created to support Québec students who choose to study at the University of Guelph.

Through a one-time donation by Daniel, the Québec Undergraduate Student Bursary will provide $4,000 in funding each year in perpetuity. Students from Québec, who are registered in a minimum of 2.0 credits from any program, are eligible.

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Accounting symposium brings together faculty from across the world

Last week, Lang’s Department of Management hosted the 4th annual Qualitative Accounting Research Symposium, a research initiative that brings together researchers and accounting faculty from across the world.

The event is an opportunity for researchers who share an interest in qualitative accounting research from diverse methodological and theoretical perspectives to come together and discuss accounting practices in a social, political, and economic context.

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U of G students compete in MLSE case competition

On November 22, the Guelph Sports Management Association (GSMA) teamed up with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) to host the first MLSE case competition at the University of Guelph.

The competition provides students the chance to compete against one another to move on to the finals in downtown Toronto, where they compete for the shot at a paid internship with MLSE.

At the U of G competition last month, six representatives from MLSE were on campus to watch and judge the competition.

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