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.
Through students, professors, alumni, and staff, the DeGroote School of Business works together to deliver an education with purpose.
András Tilcsik and Chris Clearfield received the $30,000 prize Wednesday morning during a ceremony at Bennett Jones LLP's Toronto office.
Back where it all began: Executive and entrepreneur Teresa Cascioli to receive honorary degree from McMaster
Cascioli, BCom '83, was the first member of her family to attend university. Now, she's receiving an honorary degree from her alma mater.
The change agents: Business titans Hélène and Paul Desmarais to receive honorary degrees from McMaster
She helps nurse technology start-ups through their growing pains. He stands at the helm of one of Canada’s most influential companies.
The jury, which once again includes DeGroote Dean Len Waverman, will evaluate the nominees based on five key criteria.
More and more, as students move through their final year, "courses" will be a series of problems to be solved, Waverman and Puri write.
In photos: Students descend upon downtown core to discuss the future of undergraduate business education
As business is transformed, business education must transform with it.
Len Waverman: "Innovation is not about turning out entrepreneurs. It is about turning out people who are creative and nimble."
Praise for the Patch: Chris Turner receives National Business Book Award at DeGroote co-sponsored affair
"You say 'oil sands' and everyone has an opinion," Turner said after receiving the $30,000 prize in Toronto.
Canada is under pressure from the US to dismantle dairy industry protections. Should dairy farmers be compensated if it happens?