July 10th, 2024

Standing out to fit in: How new Employees can set Themselves up for Success at a new Workplace

Research by Meena Andiappan offers suggestions that can alleviate some of the anxiety of being a new employee.

June 24th, 2024

MIRA Funds two new Major Programs of Research in Aging, Addressing Frailty and the Digital Divide

Milena Head's EMPOWrD project seeks to enhance mobility and wellness among older Canadians through effective and inclusive technology design

June 19th, 2024

Shrinking Wallets, Ballooning Costs: Is There any Retail Relief in Store for Shoppers?

Associate professor, Brent McKnight, breaks down the social and structural factors at play when it comes to pricing.

June 18th, 2024

How a Battery Leasing Model Could Increase Adoption of Electric Vehicles

Lingling Shi introduces a flexible electric battery leasing model that allows drivers to adjust their vehicle’s range.

June 14th, 2024

Beyond the Books: Navigating the PhD Journey Together

Graduating PhD students, Esraa and Ahmed, reflect on their academic journey and raising a family while completing their PhDs.

May 30th, 2024

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Dilemma of CEOs Responding to Social Activists

DeGroote professor François Neville explores how business leaders can manage social activism in and around their firms.

May 29th, 2024

Learning to Lead Through Life

Teal McAteer takes students on a transformative leadership education experience to discover their most authentic selves.

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May 27th, 2024

In the News: Outdated Rules and Mounting Losses: Can Anything be Done to fix Canada Post?

Marketing expert Marvin Ryder weighs in on the issues facing Canada Post.

May 23rd, 2024

In the News: Opinion: Here’s Why Canada Needs Open Permits for Foreign Workers

Catherine Connelly, Professor of Human Resources and Management, discusses potential changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.