Management education is about driving constructive change all over the world.
Student success stories are replicated throughout the Sauder School of Business' student body, inspiring global firms from start-ups to multinationals to tap the school for top talent.
MBAs from China, Nigeria, Mexico, Ireland and the United States joined Sauder students for a week-long course, entitled “Clean Energy and Green Infrastructure – Innovation at the nexus of politics and society,” enabled by the Global Network for Advanced Management partnership.
On September 12, the four founding members of wearable technology company Recon Instruments will gather on the UBC campus—where it all began—to say farewell to the company they founded, which was recently bought by tech giant Intel.
As a trained engineer with a career focus of social enterprise, Renate Diggelmann’s internship with Arbutus Medical has been a perfect fit for her.
Recon Instruments, a tech company hatched out of a class project at Sauder, has just been acquired by Intel, a move that will enable the founders to make an even greater impact.