Director of McMaster's Digital Music Lab Matthew Woolhouse on why music and dance is beneficial for people with Parkinson's Disease (PD).
Contributing to the Economy of the GTHA: DeGroote’s MBA Program Works with Employers to Meet Talent Needs
According to DeGroote’s own reporting, 97 per cent of its 2018 MBA graduates were employed within six months of graduation.
Six DeGroote researchers received funding from SSHRC, NSERC at a value of over $500,000
Precarious employment in the gig economy, especially for musicians, is just one of the research topics being supported.
The McLean Centre for Collaborative Discovery is poised to receive a world-class treatment from an award-winning architecture firm.
Making it work: Candice Chow brings expertise in strategic management, corporate sustainability to DeGroote
"I truly believe strong values are key to influencing business strategies that benefit society as a whole," she continues.
Fostering a ‘Socratic’ classroom and other big goals: DeGroote welcomes five new faculty members in 2019
Following an extensive search, the DeGroote School of Business is pleased to welcome five new professors to its growing faculty.
Fit to print: DeGroote faculty lauded for being published within Financial Times’ Top 50 journals list
The annual FT50 list includes top journals such as Harvard Business Review, Journal of Management, and The Review of Financial Studies.
"If we do not blow-up the university from the inside, the disruption will come from outside," write the Deans of Business and Engineering.
"Success is many things to me. Most prominently, success is defined by the difference I am able to make for others."
DeGroote graduand and recent KPMG hire Angelina Zhao decided to treat getting involved as a personal challenge.
"The university’s commitment to valuing inclusivity has made me more aware of the issues facing today’s world," says Ochocinski.