In May, the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics hosted a customized Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) for Lang faculty to explore teaching and learning excellence aimed at improving the overall student learning experience.
Lang graduate student Afra Mewish travelled to Santa Cruz, California last month to present a research paper at the International Leadership Association’s Women and Leadership conference.
Mewish, a candidate in Lang’s MA Management program, attended the conference with advisor and co-author Elizabeth Kurucz to present their paper on the workplace experiences of menstruation and its impact on the advancement of women in the workplace.
University of Guelph’s business dean Julia Christensen Hughes was surrounded by more than 100 friends, faculty, staff and alumni on Tuesday to celebrate her accomplishments and tenure, as she ends her second term as dean.
Christensen Hughes has served as U of G’s business dean since 2009, serving two terms and stewarding the school to several incredible milestones.
The School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management at Lang celebrated two special milestones over the weekend during the University of Guelph’s annual Alumni Weekend.
Two Lang business students are travelling to Ottawa this week to compete in the CSA Academic Challenge Championships at the 2019 CSA Group Annual Conference.
The CSA Group Academic Challenge is an annual competition where students share forward-looking ideas and competitive proposals about industry practices and issues that are influenced by standards.
Each year, the University of Guelph recognizes select students and faculty members for teaching, service and academic achievements during the spring convocation ceremonies.
Congratulations to Lang’s very own Andrew Nixon and Lauren Chan for winning two of the University’s top convocation awards.
Convocation is a special time during the academic year, where graduands and their guests will often have the privilege of being addressed by a notable business leader who the University of Guelph is conferring with an honorary doctorate in recognition of their achievements.
Last month, Lang business students returned to Campobello Island to work with the island community to address the complex sustainability issues they face.
It was the second year that Lang business students have travelled to the island as part of an experiential learning course in business consulting.