Moderated by EHL 2018 alumnus Joe Au-Yeung, a panel of three graduates shared their insights last week with incoming students.
Stephanie Ebreo (pictured) liaised with Dr. Tapas Mondal to help further his vision of providing worldwide CPR training.
Elaine De Marzo-Robins: "We had an amazing opportunity to meet with leaders from companies such as NVIDIA, Apple, and Macromedia."
Lynton "Red" Wilson: "The implications of rapid, disruptive change are fast becoming a significant challenge."
"Employers want business graduates who also have the ability to think critically, communicate, show emotional intelligence," Mohammad says.
Students from McMaster's Innovation by Design (IBD) course recently shared their experiences tackling the "epidemic" of sitting.
The BCom program is being transformed, and thanks to a generous gift, a new building for collaborative learning has been announced.
Juliette Zhang: "Initially, it was DeGroote's career accelerating messaging that caught my attention. That really resonated with me."
Len Waverman: "Innovation is not about turning out entrepreneurs. It is about turning out people who are creative and nimble."
Goran Calic: "Research that could improve and even save human lives is often just waiting to be developed."
Participants were asked to learn, observe, and take part in community building in a manner that was natural and non-intrusive.
As Director of DeGroote’s new Blended Learning Part-Time MBA, Bontis oversees a program that combines online learning with classroom work.