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Sauder School of Business Professor Moura Quayle is leading the Campus-City Collaborative (C3), a new initiative that will bring the City of Vancouver together with its six post-secondary institutions to work on projects aimed at making Vancouver the world’s greenest city by 2020.
Beginning June 15, Rick Colbourne joined Sauder as director of the Ch’nook program and leader of Aboriginal business education initiatives in the newly created position of assistant dean, Indigenous Business Education.
A three-week course brings together students from UBC and Nairobi’s Strathmore University to teach impoverished youth how to start their own businesses.
At a May 6 graduation event for Aboriginal business students, Calgary-based natural gas producer Encana Corporation will commit $300,000 toward the Sauder School of Business’s Ch’nook initiative over the next three years.
BCom students Rosie Pidcock and Jennifer Matchett recently attended the Clinton Global Initiative University, a forum launched by former US President Bill Clinton youth to discuss solutions to pressing global issues.