Reid is studying “time policing” or how employers and colleagues monitor men and women’s time differently in the workplace.
What should your charity do with $5,000? That was the burning question at the latest Pitching in for Charity event.
Students. Faculty. Programs. At the DeGroote School of Business, the thread that ties all three together is innovation.
Harnish helped establish the Health Leadership Academy (HLA) with the DeGroote School of Business, and served as Co-Director.
Dan Younan, a former football star, recently graduated with distinction from the DeGroote School of Business.
“We have a chance to be pioneers and lead the way," says fourth-year Health Sciences student and HLA participant Kohilan Selvakumaran.
Goran Calic: "Research that could improve and even save human lives is often just waiting to be developed."
New HLA research is concerned with how we prepare future generations of health leaders for an ever-shifting health landscape.
Participants were asked to learn, observe, and take part in community building in a manner that was natural and non-intrusive.
"Organizing #TheTimeIsNow was the most difficult yet rewarding experience of my entire MBA," says Alyssa Marck.
As Director of DeGroote’s new Blended Learning Part-Time MBA, Bontis oversees a program that combines online learning with classroom work.
The tribute was spearheaded and funded by Teresa Cascioli, BCom ’83, who received the award in 2008.