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Experience Schulich 2015 offers inside look at graduate business programs

Looking to make a switch into business? Considering a change in career? Wondering if you should pursue a master’s degree? On March 7, Schulich School of Business will host Experience Schulich, an annual Open House offering information about the programs and school culture for those considering doing a Master’s degree in Business Adminstration, International Business, Finance, Accounting, [...]

Business Leader Ratan Tata Receives Honorary Degree at Schulich Convocation

Ratan N. Tata, Chairman Emeritus of one of India’s largest conglomerates and a global leader in corporate social responsibility, received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from York University during the Schulich's Spring Convocation ceremony.

Schulich’s Hult Prize finalists explain winning concept

In an article published in The Huffington Post, Hemanth Soni, Chief Technology Officer of the first Schulich team to win the right to compete in the Hult Prize global finals in New York in September, explains the team's winning idea for an inexpensive way to diagnose type-2 diabetes mellitus in urban slums. Read his article.

Schulich celebrates 45 years of Arts and Media Administration MBA Program

On Monday, May 5th, seventy-five ARTM alumni, graduating students, faculty, advisory board members and staff gathered to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Schulich’s MBA Program in Arts and Media Administration and to honour the program’s founders: Jim Gillies, Paul Schafer, Brian Dixon and Joe Green.

Developers Den V – Schulich International Real Estate Case Competition

19 February 2015

Continuing on with the well established tradition, Developers Den V – Schulich International Real Estate Case Competition will be taking place on March 6, 2015, at the Schulich Campus. For the 5th year in a row, students from top MBA schools will be competing in an intense one-day case competition where the best and brightest [...]

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How Do Markets Shape Love? Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Schulich researchers explain

11 February 2015

  TORONTO, ON – Wednesday, February 11, 2015 – Valentine’s Day is a market-based force that helps to shape love relationships and the rules of emotional life in Western culture. And its rose-coloured influence is spreading to other cultures, according to a multi-year ethnographic study by researchers at the Schulich School of Business into the [...]

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Hennick Centre Honours Outstanding Corporate Leader with Medal for Career Achievement

10 February 2015

The Jay and Barbara Hennick Centre for Business and Law presented Marianne Harris with the 2014 Hennick Centre Medal for Career Achievement at a special presentation and reception on February 9 in downtown Toronto. The Hennick Medal is presented annually to a distinguished leader who has earned international recognition in the business and legal communities. [...]

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Schulich iBBA graduate chosen for The Next 36 entrepreneurship program

06 February 2015

TORONTO, ON – Friday, February 6, 2015 – The Schulich School of Business is proud to announce that iBBA graduate Dhaman Rakhra is one of three York University students with extraordinary entrepreneurship potential selected to participate in The Next 36 program. Dhaman Rakhra, who graduated in 2014, as well as Manjeet Kaur and Khady Lo [...]

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Dean’s Research Impact Awards presented at Schulich Research Day

04 February 2015

Nearly 150 students, alumni, faculty and staff attended Schulich’s 2nd Research Day to celebrate the work of faculty, post-doctoral and PhD students on January 28. The Dean’s Research Impact Award for Lifetime Achievement was presented to Wade Cook, Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems and Shaw Professor of Management Science. Cook’s research is aimed [...]

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Five Schulich teams advance to Hult Prize regional finals

28 January 2015

Five Schulich School of Business teams have advanced to the regional finals around the world for the sixth annual Hult Prize. The Hult Prize is the world’s largest and most prestigious student case competition focused on creating social enterprise start-ups. In partnership with former U.S. president, Bill Clinton, and the Clinton Global Initiative, the innovative [...]

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Schulich Research Day to showcase world-class management scholarship

26 January 2015

TORONTO, ON – Monday, January 26, 2015 – Cutting-edge research on issues ranging from “Gender Diversity and Securities Fraud” to “Mining, Ethics, and Responsible Investment” will be showcased at the second Schulich Research Day taking place this Wednesday at York University’s Schulich School of Business. Schulich is ranked among the world’s top business schools for [...]

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Gustavson MBA team wins Corporate Knights-Schulich Business for a Better World Case Competition

26 January 2015

TORONTO, ON – Monday, January 26, 2015 – As co-host of the 2015 Corporate Knights-Schulich Business for a Better World Case Competition, the Schulich School of Business congratulates members of the winning MBA team from the University of Victoria’s Peter B. Gustavson School of Business. The Gustavson team faced off against MBA teams from the [...]

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What does Davos do? Schulich study finds World Economic Forum shifts burden of problems from governments, corporations to individual consumers

21 January 2015

TORONTO, ON – Wednesday, January 21, 2015 – What does Davos do? In the first in-depth investigation of the World Economic Forum, Schulich School of Business researchers find that the Forum actively shifts the burden for the solution of problems from governments and corporations to individual consumers, with significant personal and societal costs. Published in [...]

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3 MBA student teams to compete in Davos final round of Corporate Knights-Schulich Business for a Better World Case Competition

19 January 2015

TORONTO, ON – Monday, January 19, 2015 – The Schulich School of Business and Corporate Knights congratulate the three MBA student teams that will compete in the final round of the Corporate Knights-Schulich Business for a Better World Case Competition on January 23 in Davos during the World Economic Forum annual conference. The qualifying teams [...]

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