“A critical mass of new research shows that the quality of business decisions can increase when more voices are heard. It’s our goal to empower those voices and ensure they have the ability to shine through.”
- Dean Robert Helsley, Grosvenor Professor of Cities, Business Economics and Public Policy
Sauder professors are being applauded as among the best on campus in the 2012-13 University of British Columbia teaching and research awards.
Thirty Aboriginal business students, participants of Sauder’s Ch’nook Scholars program, met for a weekend of team building at Shq’apthut, the Aboriginal Gathering Place at the Vancouver Island University in mid-March.
The 11th annual UBC Net Impact Conference, co-sponsored by Sauder’s Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre, will explore the best methods for promoting sustainability in business, government and civil society.
How does a company ensure that they get the best candidate for short-term opportunities? The Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre at the Sauder School of Business can help. We connect high performing graduate and undergraduate students with employers for MBA internships and Co-op work terms.
The No “Girls” Allowed: Secrets from the Executive Suite event held at the Pan Pacific Hotel on March 19, 2013 offered students advice and insight from top female executives about the internal and external barriers to success that women face.
Professor Kai LiNew Sauder research: Women directors get better deals in mergers and acquisitions
Cathy Han, UBC BCom and CEOSauder grads revolutionize retail
Professor Joey HoeggWhen perks don’t work
Janice Cheam, UBC BCom and CEOBeating the Kickstarter odds to make homes smarter
Professor Katherine WhiteWhy fashionistas dislike copycats