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Sept. 16: Economics Professor Bram Cadsby collaborates on workplace gender identity research

Professor Bram Cadsby, in collaboration with Ryerson University's Fei Song and University of Canterbury's Maroš Servátka, recently released the findings of a study examining gender roles and competition in the workplace. The findings reveal that stereotypical gender roles are connected to a woman's ability to compete at work. Researchers find stereotypical gender roles relate to a woman’s ability to be competitive at work

Sept. 11: CME Unveils the Guelph Business Innovation Zone (uoG-BIZ)

The College of Management and Economics recently unveiled a defined space for innovative teaching and learning. The Guelph Business Innovation Zone (uoG-BIZ), located in the former Veterinary Microbiology and Immunology (FVMI) building, has opened its doors and is ready for visitors.

Spanning two floors, uoG-BIZ features the following: 

Sept. 11: Prof. Miana Plesca one of 16 academics set to research Canada's growing skills gap

Economics Professor Miana Plesca has been awarded a $21,580 SSHRC grant to research Canada's skills gap. Miana is part of a team of 16 academics who have received more than $375,000 in funding to investigate this issue. Her research will focus on finding gaps between skill demand and supply, and how these apply to the Canadian economy. Government of Canada Invests in Research on Labour Market Issues

Photo of PhD students Eric Harvey, Rita Hansen Sterne, Anahita Khazaei, Collette Ward

PhD student Rita Hansen Sterne values interdisciplinary collaboration

In this article from At Guelph, CME PhD student Rita Hansen Sterne discusses the benefits of engaging in interdisciplinary work. Rita collaborated with fellow management PhD student Anahita Khazaei, and ecology PhD students Eric Harvey and Collette Ward on “Paradox and Dialogue: Ecology, Management and Food Sustainability” a presentation that was given at the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society Conference in Michigan this past June.

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