Despite inequities, Saskatchewan First Nations and Métis business owners active agents in their achievements
Ivey students gain more than business knowledge from African learning course
Giving back brings personal growth to MSc graduate
Positive thinking helps Ivey grad overcome adversity
As Western’s student affairs professionals learned how best to support students, they found support in each other.
Alumna Louise Johnson’s debut book tells dual tale of Elizabeth Arden and self-discovery
Engine No. 1’s win over Exxon Mobil could signal a big shift in how hedge funds view sustainability.
Master’s and doctoral students are invited to share their research in 150 words, with a chance to heighten the profile of their work
Hellmuth Prizes recognize the impact of Ivey researcher in business sustainability and Schulich Medicine kidney scientist.
Ivey faculty recently led virtual workshops for women in the microenterprise program though My Sisters’ Place
Investment from Pierre L. Morrissette Family Foundation provides campus-wide access to entrepreneurial research, education and programming
The gift supports researchers translating data-driven insights into tools Canadians can use to improve their financial resilience
The contribution, from Power Corporation of Canada, Canada Life, and IGM Financial, will help further research and create visionary leaders.
Vishal Vijay, HBA’22 candidate, created Social Educating, a free online tutoring program
The innovative partnership will explore how businesses can build a circular food economy.
AssetDirect, Kabo and Marlow secure funding to help propel their businesses forward
The HBA team is among 10 finalists in the Canada Comeback Challenge, a program connecting postsecondary students with employers to address the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Through the Ivey Community Consulting Project (CCP), Ivey’s HBA students offer pro-bono consulting to non-profit organizations.
Michelle Baldwin, Michele Beaudoin and Kyle MacDonald are being celebrated for their contributions to London and the surrounding community.
A study of five Ontario manufacturers show some companies are more successful at attracting and keeping women because they work at it.