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New $100,000 startup fund announced at entrepreneur showcase event

The John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (Wood Centre) announced new funding for entrepreneurs during their Startup Showcase event on July 31st. The newly created Oilseed Innovation Partners Entrepreneurship Fund is available to U of G startups enrolled in the Centre’s Hub Incubator program who have a business idea associated with the Canadian oil seed industry.

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Lang faculty among latest SSHRC funding recipients

Lang faculty members are among the latest Canadian researchers to receive funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), which helps fund and support research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. 

The following four faculty members will contribute their expertise to research projects that have received $3,015,055 in funding.

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Lang graduate student presents research at international leadership conference

Lang graduate student Afra Mehwish travelled to Santa Cruz, California last month to present a research paper at the International Leadership Association’s Women and Leadership conference.

Mehwish, 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.

Julia Christensen Hughes at farewell event

After ten years of leadership, U of G community celebrates Lang’s founding dean

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.

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Lang business students to present at CSA academic challenge championship

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.

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