Colleen Sim developed an interest in the positive impact of effective teamwork early on in her career. It is something that has stayed with her over time and ignited her interest in the role of strong leaders in directing team success.
The marketing management student reflects on his time at the University of Guelph and discusses what he is most looking forward to as he starts his professional football career.
Throughout her career in health care, Connie Stevens has worked in many different areas, but her main priority has always remained constant - to make a positive impact on her industry.
Since its launch, the Speed River New Balance Inferno Track and Field Festival has become very popular among competitors. This research will help take it to the next level.
A self-proclaimed life-long learner, Bryan decided to pursue his MA Leadership at the University of Guelph to gain an education that complemented his 30 years of policing experience.
Cole Crawford's decision to travel to Hong Kong on an academic exchange led him to Cambodia and a life-changing experience that inspired him to raise funds in support of improving its quality of education.
When Andrew Gunpat was applying to universities, he knew he wanted a commerce degree that would give him the knowledge in business, public administration and political science that he needed to prepare for a career in corporate law. He found this unique focus in the University of Guelph’s public management major, and is now gearing up for the next phase of his education – law school.
Kristian Adomait recently made a move many new grads make after completing their education - to a new city and new job. Following the completion of his MA in Economics in the financial economics field, he landed a role at big-four audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers and is currently pursuing his Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. When asked what he valued most about his experience in the MA program, he emphasized that his graduate education was an asset during the job search process because it set him apart from other candidates.
Shantz will take on the role of instructor this fall when she leads the new course.
For College of Business and Economics Students’ Association (CBESA) president, Ashwin Lal, student leadership has been a passion since middle school, so it’s fitting that he would find himself immersed in extra-curricular activities throughout his time at the University of Guelph. Now entering his final year, Lal is looking forward to starting his career in sales, but before he crosses the convocation stage, he has a busy year ahead with the CBESA that will bring many opportunities for all business students to work, play and succeed.