Events at UBC Sauder

A conversation with Dean Darren Dahl


Dean Darrien Dahl Roadshow

Now is your chance to meet the new Dean of the UBC Sauder School of Business!

Dean Darren Dahl will be travelling around the world and sharing his vision for the school. We hope to see you there.

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Event Details

At this event, you will:

  • Meet the team from UBC Sauder’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School including Dean Darren Dahl
  • Discover about UBC Sauder Robert H. Lee Graduate School and our programs
  • Network with staff, future graduate students, and alumni

Dean Dahl will speak about his vision, his emerging new strategic plan, and his focus on responsible leadership. He will also discuss the school’s history, passion, and strength in innovation, climate, and finance.

Dates and Locations

Date Time Location Venue
Monday, February 6 6PM - 8PM Calgary Teatro Restaurant
Tuesday, February 14 7PM - 9PM São Paulo Marriott Renaissance SP
Thursday, February 16 7PM - 8.30PM Lima JW Marriott
Saturday,  February 18 10AM - 12PM Bogotá Bogotá Marriott
Monday, February 20 7PM - 9PM Mexico City Sheraton México City Maria Isabel Hotel
Tuesday, February 21 7PM - 9PM Monterrey Sheraton Ambassador
Monday, March 27 6PM-8PM Toronto Intercontinental Hotel Toronto
The Kingsway Room


About Dean Darren Dahl

Darren Dahl is the Dean of the UBC Sauder School of Business and the Innovate BC Professor. He’s globally recognized for his work in strategic marketing, entrepreneurship, creativity, and social influence. Dahl is an award-winning academic who is a past recipient of the Killam Research Prize and the 3M Teaching Fellowship. In 2015, he was ranked as the #1 professor worldwide for marketing research by the American Marketing Association.

Reflections on a journey.

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Dahl received his Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting from the University of Alberta in 1992 and his PhD in Marketing from the University of British Columbia in 1998. He began his professional research and teaching career at the University of Manitoba, and joined the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at UBC as Associate Professor in 2002. Dahl earned a promotion to Professor in 2007. An internationally sought-after speaker, he has also held a number of visiting professorships at universities in the United States, Australia, the Netherlands, and Hong Kong.