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Schulich’s first entrepreneur-in-residence sits down with The Globe and Mail to discuss his success stories and screw-ups Schulich team advances to the Hult Prize global finals Schulich graduate and TD Bank CFO Colleen Johnston discusses women in leadership at TEDxYorkU conference Schulich Dean included among Toronto Star
 

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 team advances to the Hult Prize global finals

Schulich BBA and iBBA students Luca DeBlasis, Danica Stanojevic, Dhaman Rakhra, Hemanth Soni and Abbas Khambati won the Hult Prize regional finals in Shanghai, China and will compete against five teams for the grand prize of $1 million in start-up funding at the finals in New York City this September.

Schulich graduate and TD Bank CFO Colleen Johnston discusses women in leadership at TEDxYorkU conference

“There’s never been a greater time to be a woman – we are leaders in business, we are leaders in the community, we are leaders in society,” said Johnston

Schulich Dean included among Toronto Star’s list of the top leaders to shape Toronto over the past 180 years

To celebrate Toronto's 180th birthday, the Toronto Star featured a list of the top leaders who have shaped the city from March 6, 1834 to the present

Premise of ‘creating shared value’ risks misleading MBA students, writes Schulich professor Andrew Crane

21 April 2014

“CSV offers the seductive promise that company success can be aligned with social progress – and that business can be re-legitimised in the process,” wrote Prof. Crane in the Financial Times on April 21. "Unfortunately however, despite all its attractions, CSV risks misleading today’s business students about the reality of the societal challenges facing business.”

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New book co-edited by Schulich professor explores future trends in principles governing institutional investors and fiduciaries

17 April 2014

The Cambridge Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty was co-edited and co-authored by Schulich professor Ed Waitzer.

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Posted in Faculty, News & Events

Schulich MBA/JD student presented with Osgoode Dean’s Gold Key award

16 April 2014

Osgoode Hall Law School has awarded Schulich MBA/JD student Martin Hui with a Dean’s Gold Key award for his outstanding contributions to student life at the Law School. Martin was the only recipient from the joint Schulich-Osgoode MBA/JD program to be presented with the award.

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Marketing Magazine profiles Schulich “rock star” Markus Giesler

08 April 2014

“The piano-playing prof spent 10 years operating his own record label and recording studio in Germany before swapping the music biz for a life of scholarship,” wrote wrote Marketing Magazine about Schulich associate professor of marketing Markus Giesler. "Giesler, who also consults for Apple, Google and BMW, specializes in the study of market system dynamics."

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Don’t lose sight of the benefits of high- frequency trading by focusing on the abuses

03 April 2014

"It is much cheaper for all traders, including human traders, to trade on exchanges with HFTers," wrote Schulich Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship and the Ontario Research Chair in Economics and Cross Cultural Studies Douglas Cumming in an article for the Financial Post on April 2.

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Learning the ‘grey areas’: EMBA programs forcing professionals to scrutinize business ethics

01 April 2014

Schulich professor Dirk Matten and Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA graduate Dr. Keith Morley were quoted in the Financial Post on April 1st. In the article, the pair discuss how the EMBA program teaches experienced professionals how to grasp the “new ethics” of the business world.

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Global mindset: How EMBA programs are making international thinking instinctive

01 April 2014

Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA graduate Susan Uthayakumar and André deCarufel, academic director of the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA program, were quoted in the Financial Post on March 31st. In the article, the pair discuss the program's international focus and the importance of examining business on a global scale.

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The new social science: Teaching the broader benefits of social media to future business leaders

27 March 2014

"After 11 years of experience in e-commerce and digital marketing Ashish Bansal decided to pursue his Executive MBA," wrote the Financial Post on March 26. "Despite his many years of experience in the online world, he believed there was more to be learned when it came to understanding the ins and outs of social media."

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Posted in Alumni, Schulich in the Media

New art exhibit at Nadal Management Centre starts with a look in the mirror

24 March 2014

The 2014 edition of Art @ Suite 500 kicks off Thursday, March 27th at 5pm with a reception at the Schulich Executive Education Centre’s downtown campus to announce the winner of the 2013 purchase prize: Amanda Clyne (LLB '96), an MFA candidate in York’s Faculty of Fine Arts.

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Canada readies to drop old test for Basel ratio

23 March 2014

“After the financial crisis there was naturally a move towards tighter regulation to prevent a future crisis, and Basel III is tied into that,” said Schulich's Gordon Roberts, CIBC Professor of Financial Services, in the March 2014 edition of The Bottom Line.

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