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October 18, 2021

In the News: Kai Huang on Supply Chain Issues Caused by COVID-19

Ongoing supply chain issues will continue to slow delivery times into the holiday season Kai Huang told CBC News.

Farnaz Ghaedipour, PhD program
September 27, 2021

Day in the Life with Farnaz Ghaedipour

Farnaz shares more about her research and four photos that represent her life as a PhD student at DeGroote.

Professor Maryam Ghasmeaghaei sitting at a desk analyzing data
September 8, 2021

Decoding the psychology of big data and smart decisions

Maryam Ghasemaghaei is studying how organizations can apply advanced technologies to make better decisions.

(Digital literacy) Laptop with online library deep of field realistic 3D rendering
September 8, 2021

Promoting digital literacy in the 21st century

Professor Detlor talks about why there is a strong need to promote and deliver digital literacy training to all members of society.

Welcome back from Dean
September 7, 2021

Welcome Back to DeGroote

Dean Hassanein welcomes DeGroote students, staff, and faculty back to campus this fall. Watch his welcome video.

Come in, we're open sign
August 31, 2021

Building resilience in the face of COVID-19

Brent McKnight is examining how both sectors — main street and non-profit — are navigating the pandemic and its eventual aftermath.

August 30, 2021

What kind of leader are you?

With the start of the 2021-22 academic year, Dr. Teal McAteer asks incoming students about their leadership vision.

Trish Ruebottom Knowledge Labs social innovation in entrepreneurship
August 27, 2021

How entrepreneurship is changing the sex industry

Trish Ruebottom explores how stigmatized entrepreneurs can carve out a safe space for themselves and others through social innovation.

August 26, 2021

Knowledge Labs: In the Know with Manish Verma

This week's In the Know: Associate Professor Manish Verma talks about his research on transporting dangerous goods.

Kai Huang Mark Ferguson Supply chain resilience
August 20, 2021

Two experts weigh in on trust, resilience, and the future of supply chains

Two viewpoints from DeGroote and the McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics about supply chain resilience.

Food delivery couriers congregate in Turin, Italy. (Shutterstock)
August 12, 2021

Six challenges of being a gig worker during the COVID-19 pandemic

Erin Reid and researchers talk about the challenges gig workers face and what resources are available to help them.

There are myriad myths about workers with disabilities. New research suggests they perform at a higher level, are absent less and are more loyal than employees without disabilities.
August 9, 2021

Why it makes good business sense to hire people with disabilities

Catherine Connelly's research shows that it's a smart business strategy to hire people with disabilities. Read more about the reasons why.