UBC Sauder students John Kim, Talise Tsai, Tiffany Lau, and Lyndan Lam won a campus-wide social enterprise competition in March 2017 to advance to the regional finals of the 7th annual Hult Prize, an international social enterprise competition that challenges students to develop powerful and innovative business ideas that cover a wide variety of social issues
Students and industry leaders spent a day addressing how to integrate environmental, social and governance considerations into investment strategies.
A team of UBC Sauder Bachelor of Commerce students is one of three finalists competing in June at the national Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Ethics Challenge in Toronto, a case competition that exposes students to ethical dilemmas in the financial industry.
The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is co-hosting the second of a two-day workshop in partnership with SFU’s Beedie Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability in November. The first workshop was held in January.
Joel Solomon – who co-authored the Clean Money Revolution, a call to action to move trillions of dollars from damaging to regenerative use – visited UBC Sauder last week to speak with students about the flaws of Canada’s charitable framework and how to fix them.
The Sauder community shares their thoughts on the importance of ethics in business.