Prof. Ken Smith, Associate Dean of Executive Programs, had an opinion/editorial published in Sunday's Toronto Star on the globalization of the food industry.
In today's Guelph Mercury, Acting Dean Sylvain Charlebois and Prof. Tatiana Astray write about the need for policy reform at both the international and domestic levels to position the Canadian dairy industry in a competitive place in the global market. Read the full story
The Governing Board of the Institute of New Economic Thinking (INET) together with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) have jointly awarded Department of Economics Prof. Ross McKitrick a $107,250 grant for his 3-year project “State-Contingent Environmental Policy”.
The CIGI-INET Program on New Economic Theory, Practice and Governance serves to advance research on issues of critical importance to economics and international governance.
Julia Christensen-Hughes, Dean of the College of Management and Economics, has received the 2012 gold award in the educator category from the Ontario Hostelry Institute (OHI). It was presented to her at a gala at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto Thursday night.
Save the Date
Monday, June 25, 2012
Royal Woodbine Golf Course
Registration: 7:00am Shotgun Start: 7:45am
Team Scramble Format (fun for all skill levels)
Lunch following golf
Proceeds of this Tournament go towards the HAFA/HTM Alumni Association, providing support to the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, University of Guelph, through partnerships and scholarships!
Unanimously selected by the committee, this year's recipient of the Lincoln Alexander Outstanding Leader Award will be Martin Connell.
“Organizational onboarding” is the area of study that most interests Department of Business Associate Professor Jamie Gruman. Organizational onboarding is the socialization process organizations use to help new hires adjust to new roles and jobs. For larger organizations onboarding is a deliberate process, a function of HR to acclimatize newcomers. Smaller organizations may not even consider the importance of this process.
“Successful onboarding can significantly impact productivity and turnover, and reduce costs for employers,” Gruman explained.
Today's Globe and Mail article "Niche Executive MBA Courses Make Inroads", quotes Ken Smith, Associate Dean of Executive Programs and features two graduates of the MA (Leadership) program. Read the full article.
Attention employers in rural Ontario, you are invited to a Rural Employment Roundtable on April 5th, 2012 from 8:00am to 4:00pm in Guelph. This roundtable will:
HTM graduate Katie Depooter with the iPad she won after designing her own ePortfolio during last year’s ePortfolio Week. Follow the ePortfolio link to find out how she did it.