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Sauder associate professor Garland Chow is a member of a research network that has been awarded a $5-million grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and an additional $3-million from industry partners towards a large-scale research program that will transform the way Canadians drive.
On January 14, more than 100 Aboriginal post-secondary business students from across British Columbia converged at the Sauder School of Business.
Using new video conferencing facilities, Sauder School of Business students are connnecting with small businesses in remote areas of British Columbia to transform their in-class learning into hands-on help.
Since 2005, Sauder’s Social Entrepreneurship 101: Africa initiative has worked with approximately 225 impoverished, but entrepreneurial Kenyan youths to empower them with business skills.
This fall, the Sauder School of Business became the first business school in Canada with a dedicated learning commons for students to boost academic achievement, and develop their business acumen and skill sets.