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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.

Schulich’s first entrepreneur-in-residence sits down with The Globe and Mail to discuss his success stories and screw-ups

Chris Carder, co-founder of design and technology lab Kinetic Café, was named Schulich's first entrepreneur-in-residence in January

Schulich loses one of its brightest stars

18 December 2014

The following is a message from Dezsö J. Horváth, dean of York’s Schulich School of Business, on the passing of Professor Brenda Zimmerman. Late Tuesday afternoon, the Schulich School of Business lost one of its brightest stars. It is with great sadness that I share with you the news of the passing of Professor Brenda Zimmerman, [...]

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Keynote lecturer to speak of love at Emotions and Institutions workshop

10 December 2014

As part of the School’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, the Schulich School of Business and the Department of Organization Studies will be hosting the 2nd Emotions and Institutions workshop on December 16 from 10:40 a.m. until noon in room W133 in the Seymour Schulich building. Roger Friedland, a much-cited sociologist who is cross-appointed at UC Santa [...]

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(Left to right): Negar Golchin Khiabani, Sonja Hiemisch, Joyce Chan, Jin Hui Yan, Andreea Ion, and Ekta Bhardwaj are first-year Schulich MBA students who will receive unique development, leadership and networking opportunities as Forté Fellows.

Schulich’s Forte Fellows encouraged as future female Fortune 500 board prospects

01 December 2014

One of Canada’s first business schools to partner with the Forté Foundation’s groundbreaking campaign to encourage more women to pursue an MBA education, Schulich has named six incoming students as the School’s inaugural Forté Fellows. Schulich’s 2014 Forté Fellows, all of whom will receive unique development, leadership and networking opportunities  through the U.S.-based Forté Foundation, [...]

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Does ‘Dirty’ Money Influence Consumer Spending?: Study

27 November 2014

Schulich School of Business associate marketing professor Theodore Noseworthy and Chelsea Galoni. a PhD student at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, have published a study in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, “Does Dirty Money Influence Product Valuations?”, which examines whether people value products differently when purchasing them using unclean and decrepit looking bills. The study found that dirty money (in the literal sense) can not only alter what people choose to buy, but make them seemingly compensate for lower inferred value by purchasing items in greater quantity, Noseworthy said.

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Schulich’s 5th Annual French Toast Breakfast Helps Sweeten York Cares United Way Campaign

26 November 2014

Schulich’s 5th annual French Toast Breakfast has raised $1,476 in support of York University’s 2014 United Way Campaign, a 55 per cent increase over last year.  Held near the end of York Cares United Way Campaign events, which ends December 5, campus-wide fundraising now totals $143,000, more than 74 per cent of the goal. The [...]

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Schulich’s J. Mark Lievonen Scholarship invests in Future Leaders in Canada’s Health Industry

19 November 2014

TORONTO, ON – Wednesday, November 19, 2014 – The Schulich School of Business at York University is pleased to announce the establishment of the J. Mark Lievonen Scholarship for MBA students enrolled in the School’s Health Industry Management Program (HIMP), which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The J. Mark Lievonen Scholarship was established by [...]

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Real Estate and Infrastructure Program hosts Perspectives Lecture

06 November 2014

Nearly 300 students, alumni, and industry professionals attended Schulich’s 9th annual Real Estate and Infrastructure Perspectives Lecture at Toronto’s King Edward Hotel on October 23. The highly successful event was presented by the Schulich Program in Real Estate and Infrastructure, and the Schulich Real Property Alumni Association (SRPAA). Keynote speaker Edward Sonshine, LLB ’70, Chief [...]

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Fourth Annual Schulich International Case Competition Focuses on CSR Communication

04 November 2014

Over 70 students and 35 representatives from mining companies, industrial groups and other stakeholders attended the 4th annual Schulich International Case Competition (SICC) held from October 24th – 25th at Schulich School of Business. Driven by the global, innovative and diverse nature of modern day business, SICC gives future business leaders a chance to break [...]

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Schulich Alumni Win Big in Ontario Municipal Elections

03 November 2014

The recent Ontario municipal elections featured several successful Schulich alumni.  Bonnie Crombie, MBA ’92, was elected Mayor of Mississauga; John Campbell, MBA ’99, was elected as a Toronto Councillor representing Ward 4 in Etobicoke Centre; and Case Ootes, MBA’72, was appointed chairman of John Tory’s Mayor Transition Team. Bonnie Crombie, a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, [...]

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Financial Times Ranks Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA #1 in Canada & Among Top 15 in North America

22 October 2014

TORONTO, ON – Monday, October 20, 2014 – The Financial Times of London has today ranked the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA (EMBA) at York University the #1 EMBA program in Canada and 11th among EMBA programs based in North America or involving North American schools. This is the eighth year that Schulich has been eligible to [...]

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