The Lang School of Business and Economics released its annual Research Report for 2021-2022, which highlights the impact of Lang faculty research.
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Dr. Jamal earned her PhD from the University of Waterloo and most recently served as the University of Guelph’s chief of staff within the Office of the President.
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