Sauder associate professor Garland Chow is a member of a research network that has been awarded a $5-million grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and an additional $3-million from industry partners towards a large-scale research program that will transform the way Canadians drive.
Bridging the health care industry and the world of operations research can be challenging, but there is nothing that recent Sauder School of Business graduates Rachel Lewis and Argelio Santos welcome more.
Despite associated health risks, obesity is on the rise worldwide. This Sauder study sheds light on why the world's wealthiest and most educated continue to over-consume.
Recognizing the growing need for health care management education and research, the Sauder School of Business is undertaking two new initiatives that further enhance its reputation as a leader in the field.
According to a new study by Sauder School of Business researchers, school quality is not a significant factor for home buyers, except for those purchasing residences priced in the top 25 per cent of the market.