During the Dhillon Centre's Second Annual Academic-Practitioner Roundtable on Responsible Business and the Law, the role of Canadian corporate entities in recognizing Indigenous interests and furthering the Crown’s fiduciary duty of consultation and accommodation was discussed.
For close to 50 years, UBC Sauder professor emeritus Mark Thompson has been using his academic expertise in Labour Relations to help some of the most vulnerable categories of Canadians in the workforce – and now his work has been recognized by the Government of Canada.
New research from the UBC Sauder School of the Business has found that transplant societies which prioritize kidney transplant chains over kidney exchanges can increase the total number of transplants, thereby saving more lives.
On September 13, join us for Happy Hour on Mr Wolf's terrace to reconnect with fellow alumni and friends.
Professor Katherine White, an international thought leader in research related to ethical, prosocial and sustainable consumers behaviours, has been appointed Academic Director of the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics.