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MBA grad: ‘Be open to new perspectives’

MBA grad: ‘Be open to new perspectives’

Giustin MacLean, MBA ’23, initially came into Ivey’s MBA program having a good sense of what was in store for him. Challenging case discussions and an intense 12-month program format weren’t an issue – he had chosen Ivey’s program over others spe …

Campus Digest, March 1

Campus Digest, March 1

Cassels Brock digs deep for Western Law Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP has staked a significant claim in mining law education at Western University. The firm’s gift of $750,000 will support a unique mining law program at Western Law as well as initiatives to...

Ivey takes learning global

Ivey takes learning global

Follow Richard Ivey School of Business HBA Program faculty and students as they spend Reading Week on two global projects, the Microfinance Brigade in Honduras and Israel Business Trip.

Desjardine answers Wal-Mart challenge

Desjardine answers Wal-Mart challenge

Western University student Mark Desjardine, a PhD student in the Richard Ivey School of Business, has been named among five semi-finalists for the Wal-Mart Canada Green Student Challenge.

Watsa to receive honorary degree

Prem Watsa, known as the Warren Buffett of the North, will receive a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa (LLD), as Western University celebrates its annual Richard Ivey School of Business MBA/EMBA convocation on April 4.

Ivey student shaping the globe beyond Davos

At 20, Danish Ajmeri, an HBA student at Western University’s Richard Ivey School of Business, was among the world’s top business leaders, political figures and intellectuals as the youngest person at WEF’s recent annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Campus Digest, Jan. 19

Lighting the lamp for Locks of Love When the 2011-12 women’s OUA hockey season comes to a close, a pair of Western Mustangs will be losing more than their equipment. Tawn Rellinger and Katie Dillon, both fourth-year players, have decided to cut off their hair and...

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.”

Suncor CEO named Ivey Business Leader

Suncor CEO named Ivey Business Leader

Rick George, Suncor Energy Inc. chief executive officer, will receive the 2012 Ivey Business Leader Award and address Canada’s prominent business leaders at a gala on Oct. 17.

Campus Digest, Jan. 12

Campus Digest, Jan. 12

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.” For...

Campus Digest, Dec. 8

Western News deadlines for 2012 Today’s Western News edition represents the semester’s final. We’ll return on Thursday, Jan. 5. Coming events and advertising deadline for that edition, the first of 2012, is noon Thursday, Dec. 15. UWOFA announces scholarship winners...

Stephenson named to power list

Stephenson named to power list

Carol Stephenson, Richard Ivey School of Business dean, has been named a recipient of the 2011 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 award in the Corporate Directors category.

Campus Digest, March 1

Campus Digest, March 1

Cassels Brock digs deep for Western Law Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP has staked a significant claim in mining law education at Western University. The firm’s gift of $750,000 will support a unique mining law program at Western Law as well as initiatives to...

Ivey takes learning global

Ivey takes learning global

Follow Richard Ivey School of Business HBA Program faculty and students as they spend Reading Week on two global projects, the Microfinance Brigade in Honduras and Israel Business Trip.

Desjardine answers Wal-Mart challenge

Desjardine answers Wal-Mart challenge

Western University student Mark Desjardine, a PhD student in the Richard Ivey School of Business, has been named among five semi-finalists for the Wal-Mart Canada Green Student Challenge.

Watsa to receive honorary degree

Prem Watsa, known as the Warren Buffett of the North, will receive a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa (LLD), as Western University celebrates its annual Richard Ivey School of Business MBA/EMBA convocation on April 4.

Ivey student shaping the globe beyond Davos

At 20, Danish Ajmeri, an HBA student at Western University’s Richard Ivey School of Business, was among the world’s top business leaders, political figures and intellectuals as the youngest person at WEF’s recent annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Campus Digest, Jan. 19

Lighting the lamp for Locks of Love When the 2011-12 women’s OUA hockey season comes to a close, a pair of Western Mustangs will be losing more than their equipment. Tawn Rellinger and Katie Dillon, both fourth-year players, have decided to cut off their hair and...

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.”

Suncor CEO named Ivey Business Leader

Suncor CEO named Ivey Business Leader

Rick George, Suncor Energy Inc. chief executive officer, will receive the 2012 Ivey Business Leader Award and address Canada’s prominent business leaders at a gala on Oct. 17.

Campus Digest, Jan. 12

Campus Digest, Jan. 12

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.” For...

Campus Digest, Dec. 8

Western News deadlines for 2012 Today’s Western News edition represents the semester’s final. We’ll return on Thursday, Jan. 5. Coming events and advertising deadline for that edition, the first of 2012, is noon Thursday, Dec. 15. UWOFA announces scholarship winners...

Stephenson named to power list

Stephenson named to power list

Carol Stephenson, Richard Ivey School of Business dean, has been named a recipient of the 2011 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 award in the Corporate Directors category.