Two Lang faculty members have been recognized for their excellence in teaching and learning. Dr. Francis Tapon is the recipient of the Paul MacPherson Teaching Award and Dr. Evelina Rog is the recipient of the Casey Cosgrove Teaching Award.
Lang faculty explain that although the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are the most gender-equal games to date, there are still significant inequalities between men's and women's opportunities in sport.
New research from Dr. Kimberly Thomas-François explores how the food industry has successfully integrated technology into shopping experiences.
Research article by Lang HFTM faculty reveals how young professionals view the work-life balance in the foodservice industry and their desire for a four-day work week.
The University of Guelph’s Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics has launched a new institute to support and advance cutting-edge business sustainability-related research and curriculum innovations.
Internationally recognized and award-winning researcher in leadership and organizational behaviour has been named the Lang Chair in Leadership at the Lang School, effective July 1st
A research article by Lang faculty Dr. Nita Chhinzer and PhD Management graduate Jinuk Oh explores whether quitting is contagious and why it depends on who else leaves and who's in charge.
Lang Marketing prof Dr. Timothy Dewhirst explores the narrative surrounding the player's pain management during the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs.
New Lang economics professor Dr. Hong Li's research explores how the insurance industry can utilize AI and statistics to mitigate risk. In this Q&A article, Dr. Li answers how he plans to use his expertise as a professor and researcher at Lang.
New Lang finance professor Dr. Fred Liu's research explores how AI can impact financial economics and markets. In this Q&A article, Dr. Liu answers how he plans to use his expertise as a professor and researcher at Lang.
Dr. Fred Liu is originally from Markham, Ontario and earned his PhD in Economics from Western University. He received undergraduate degrees from Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo in Finance and Economics, respectively.