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Dan Hogan

MA Leadership alumnus learns to step outside of his comfort zone by leveraging teamwork and trust

After being away from school for 19 years, Dan Hogan enrolled in the MA Leadership program excited to pursue professional development. Towards the end, he graduated from the program with the confidence he needed in order to take risks and accept a new management position in healthcare. Now managing a team of 250 frontline healthcare professionals, Dan continues to see the importance of teamwork and continues to use the leadership strategies that he learned throughout the program.

male and female employees standing

Improving the gender wage gap | Miana Plesca

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Men still outnumber women on the public-sector "Sunshine List" 



A factor behind the wage gap in post-secondary institutions is that women quit before achieving tenure due to the impact of raising children

Students presenting their study to help improve Campobello Island

Connecting communities: BComm students aim to improve small maritime community

A new business consulting course at the University of Guelph is taking learning outside the classroom to help the people of Campobello Island, New Brunswick, through community engagement and experiential learning.

One of the biggest issues facing the community of about 1,200 people is its geographic isolation. The island is accessible by ferry only four months of the year. To get there by land, visitors need to cross a bridge from Maine to the island.

U of G Students Dylan and Emily

Another successful year for DECA U Guelph at DECA’s International Career Development Conference

DECA U Guelph had another successful year at DECA’s International Career Development Conference (ICDC) with two U of G business students bringing home multiple top awards at the competition in Washington DC over the weekend.

Held annually, the competition welcomes over 1,500 collegiate DECA members from multiple countries to compete in intense case competitions focused on marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

U of G business students win global sustainable development essay contest

A team of U of G business students have been awarded one of 17 AIM2Flourish awards – a United Nation’s supported academic competition that celebrates real sustainable business innovations. The U of G students were chosen from 503 essay submissions from across the world.

Students are asked to submit essays to AIM2Flourish that best meet each of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s). AIM2Flourish identifies the essays that best communicate each of the 17 SDG’s.

Real estate students continue their success at case competition in downtown Toronto

Real estate and housing students wrapped up a successful semester of case competitions last month, hosting and competing at the University of Guelph Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition in Toronto.

The competition was held at Deloitte’s head office on March 26th, and hosted 12 teams from across North America. Awards were available to teams placing in the top 4, as well as teams with the Best Financial Analysis, Best Sustainability Features, and Best Market Analysis.

U of G’s team – Pendulum Developments – placed second in the competition.

Two U of G teams are among the 2018 Flourish Prizes Finalists

Two U of G teams, consisting of primarily U of G BComm students, are among the AIM2Flourish 2018 Flourish Prize finalists, which includes 63 finalists from 28 business schools across 15 countries.

The two U of G teams include:

Providing the Power to Grow – written by James Apps, David Garden, Brandon Kolar, Anees Khan, and Olajide Ebun from the University of Guelph, under the direction of Professor Ruben Burga.

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