In June 2011 Sauder and Copenhagen Business School announced a strategic alliance to dramatically increase collaboration.
Studying at the Sauder School of Business is not essential if you want to become a CFO in a multinational company. But according to Sharon Stelman-Gal, who graduated with a UBC MBA in 2005, it definitely helps.
Lecturer Jeff Kroeker examines the move by a restaurant owner in Ethiopia to expand into the food production business selling traditional desserts, as part of a series of business case studies special to The Globe and Mail.
MBA students from Sauder’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School were treated to a private lecture by the Colombian Ambassador to Canada, Nicolás Lloreda.
Fast Company explores recent Sauder research by Assistant Professor JoAndrea Hoegg and PhD candidate Lea Dunn, which shows that fear can lead consumers to love a brand.
The Washington Post’s blog on political science research, The Monkey Cage, covers recent Sauder research, which shows that people who “like” causes on Facebook are less likely to donate money or their time.