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Changes in China open doors for Canada

Changes in China open doors for Canada

Changes occurring to China’s demographics, and thus its role as the factory to the world, will open new opportunities for Canada, according to Jan De Silva, who heads the Richard Ivey School of Business’ Hong Kong campus.

Campus Digest: Rocket fizzles before launch

The London Rocket, a new student-run start-up originally set to operate a low-cost bus service to students travelling from Western to the Greater Toronto Area during the winter exam period, has been forced to shut down due to a legal dispute initiated by Greyhound Canada.

Six students named among Canada’s Next 36

Six students named among Canada’s Next 36

Six Western students from three faculties have been selected as part of ‘The Next 36’ – a search for Canada’s most promising and innovative undergraduates.

Ivey honoured for China outreach efforts

Ivey honoured for China outreach efforts

Western’s Richard Ivey School of Business recently received the inaugural Education Excellence Award from the Canada China Business Council (CCBC) for outstanding achievements in expanding Canada’s relationship with China through education, research, alumni relations and student/faculty exchanges.

Seven named Ontario Trillium Scholarship winners

Seven named Ontario Trillium Scholarship winners

Western students Beth Compton, Wilson Higashino, Sviataslau Kohut, Ed Krynak, Qian Liu, Felipe Rodrigues and Omneya El Sharnouby have been named recipients of the 2012 Ontario Trillium Scholarships (OTS).

Campus Digest: Dean, alumnae named among influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine in the Canadian publication’s 2nd annual Top 25 Women of Influence list, released in its Winter 2012 issue.

Student translators boost management education in China

Ivey Publishing, the publishing arm of the Richard Ivey School of Business, is well on its way to expanding its footprint in China thanks to Western student volunteers translating cases from English to simplified Chinese.

Future of energy

Future of energy

Particularly in Canada, we depend on large quantities of cheap reliable energy. So, how will we power our lives over the next 40 years? As Yogi Berra said, “It’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future.”

Future of sustainability

Future of sustainability

Sustainability for business translates into effectively managing the triple bottom line – financial, environmental and social outcomes – whether now, or 40 years from now. Will business be more sustainable in four decades? I see both signs of hope, and indications history will repeat itself.

Future of advertising

“More pressure on the accelerator,” Brenda suggests playfully. “You want to accelerate out of a turn, especially on sunny roads overlooking treacherous shorelines.”

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine.

Stephenson: George sets a worthy example to honour, follow

On Oct. 17, the Toronto Alumni Chapter of the Richard Ivey School of Business presented its 21st Ivey Business Leader Award to Rick George, former CEO of Suncor. More than 400 members of the Canadian business community joined us in celebration of his career achievements, his leadership and his legacy – one of Canada’s greatest corporate success stories.

Changes in China open doors for Canada

Changes in China open doors for Canada

Changes occurring to China’s demographics, and thus its role as the factory to the world, will open new opportunities for Canada, according to Jan De Silva, who heads the Richard Ivey School of Business’ Hong Kong campus.

Campus Digest: Rocket fizzles before launch

The London Rocket, a new student-run start-up originally set to operate a low-cost bus service to students travelling from Western to the Greater Toronto Area during the winter exam period, has been forced to shut down due to a legal dispute initiated by Greyhound Canada.

Six students named among Canada’s Next 36

Six students named among Canada’s Next 36

Six Western students from three faculties have been selected as part of ‘The Next 36’ – a search for Canada’s most promising and innovative undergraduates.

Ivey honoured for China outreach efforts

Ivey honoured for China outreach efforts

Western’s Richard Ivey School of Business recently received the inaugural Education Excellence Award from the Canada China Business Council (CCBC) for outstanding achievements in expanding Canada’s relationship with China through education, research, alumni relations and student/faculty exchanges.

Seven named Ontario Trillium Scholarship winners

Seven named Ontario Trillium Scholarship winners

Western students Beth Compton, Wilson Higashino, Sviataslau Kohut, Ed Krynak, Qian Liu, Felipe Rodrigues and Omneya El Sharnouby have been named recipients of the 2012 Ontario Trillium Scholarships (OTS).

Campus Digest: Dean, alumnae named among influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine in the Canadian publication’s 2nd annual Top 25 Women of Influence list, released in its Winter 2012 issue.

Student translators boost management education in China

Ivey Publishing, the publishing arm of the Richard Ivey School of Business, is well on its way to expanding its footprint in China thanks to Western student volunteers translating cases from English to simplified Chinese.

Future of energy

Future of energy

Particularly in Canada, we depend on large quantities of cheap reliable energy. So, how will we power our lives over the next 40 years? As Yogi Berra said, “It’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future.”

Future of sustainability

Future of sustainability

Sustainability for business translates into effectively managing the triple bottom line – financial, environmental and social outcomes – whether now, or 40 years from now. Will business be more sustainable in four decades? I see both signs of hope, and indications history will repeat itself.

Future of advertising

“More pressure on the accelerator,” Brenda suggests playfully. “You want to accelerate out of a turn, especially on sunny roads overlooking treacherous shorelines.”

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine.

Stephenson: George sets a worthy example to honour, follow

On Oct. 17, the Toronto Alumni Chapter of the Richard Ivey School of Business presented its 21st Ivey Business Leader Award to Rick George, former CEO of Suncor. More than 400 members of the Canadian business community joined us in celebration of his career achievements, his leadership and his legacy – one of Canada’s greatest corporate success stories.