The work of the Sauder School of Business to contribute to British Columbia’s Aboriginal communities through business education will be reinforced by substantial new funding.
Ch’nook’s inaugural Links to Learning workshop earned praise from the Government of Canada by winning the 2013-2014 Deputy Ministers’ Recognition Award for Collaboration and Partnerships, presented this week to Miranda Huron, Program Manager for Ch’nook’s Scholars and Cousins initiatives.
Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School and the SFU Beedie School of Business host the annual breakfast networking reception for MBA candidates and recent alumni
Sauder's Ch'nook Indigenous Business Education initiative hosts the Ch'nook Scholars Opening Reception, celebrating the new cohort of the 2013-2014 Ch'nook Scholars Program.
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.