The University of Guelph’s College of Business and Economics have collaborated with the Department of Athletics to launch the International Institute for Sport Business and Leadership (IISBL), a global centre for research and teaching that will bring together scholars and industry leaders.
The University of Guelph’s College of Business and Economics (CBE) celebrated the ranking of their MBA in Sustainable Commerce at a kickoff event for the first annual Guelph Business Sustainability Conference.
Voters across Ontario went to the polls on October 22 to cast their ballots in municipal elections, with many ballots featuring the names of University of Guelph business alumni.
Congratulations to the following U of G business alumni on their successful campaigns:
Corrine Rahman (MA, Leadership alumna)
Rahman was elected as Trustee for the Thames Valley District School Board in Wards 2-6 in London, Ontario.
Dominique O’Rourke (MA, Leadership alumna)
With the changing needs of today’s workforce and student expectations, the U of G’s College of Business and Economics has refreshed their major in Management, providing students with a flexible and versatile major for a wide variety of career options.
As part of a new partnership with Fidelity Investments Canada, four University of Guelph female finance students were awarded the Fidelity Investments Canada Theory of Finance Scholarship, valued at $1,000 each.
The University of Guelph and the College of Business and Economics was privileged to confer Gavin Bate with an honorary doctorate at the Fall 2018 convocation ceremony.
Through a lifetime of work in villages and communities across the world, Bate has become a master of economic and social development, social entrepreneurship and responsible travel, and embodies the spirit of the University of Guelph’s commitment to improve life.
Two University of Guelph business students from the Guelph Student Investment Council (GSIC) were invited to attend the Queen's Finance Association Conference (QFAC) in Toronto at the Omni King Edward Hotel.
BComm students Haley DeBruyne and Luka Vulicevic represented the University of Guelph at the conference, which has become a well-recognized undergraduate conference in the finance industry with sponsors including Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and other New York IB firms.
The University of Guelph’s College of Business and Economics (CBE) has submitted their Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). This report details the college’s activities related to sustainability and responsible management within the framework of the United Nations Global Compact between 2016 and 2018.
In 2018, the United Nations’ renewed CBE’s status as a PRME Champion. In doing so, the college remains committed to:
University of Guelph business alumnus Gavin Armstrong appeared on last night’s season premiere of Dragons’ Den, pitching Lucky Iron Fish and his social enterprise Lucky Iron Fish Enterprise (LIFE).
LIFE is a Toronto-based social enterprise dedicated to reducing iron deficiency through simple innovations.
Developing a business model that gives back to those in need by donating a Lucky Iron Fish with each purchase, his entrepreneurialism and business embodies the spirit of the University of Guelph’s commitment to improve life.
World Wildlife Fund Canada is inviting University of Guelph students to join the Living Planet @ Campus program, which promotes sustainability and certifies students as Living Planet Leaders.
The program aims to enhance a culture of sustainability and promote the protection of nature by engaging post-secondary students in meaningful actions.