Bottom row from left: Maria Alkouni, Stephanie Wilson, Xinyi Chen, Ryan Tratner, Shengxiao (Vincent) Wang. Top row from left: Mahdi Abouei, Joe Lawton, Michael Tadrous, Jared Paul

September 13th, 2023

Undergraduate Student Research Day

Undergrad research students came together to share their work, experience, and skills gained while contributing to research at DeGroote.

September 8th, 2023

Exploring a Research Problem with Passion and Creativity

BCom and eHealth student Bilal Khan shares learnings from conducting his own hands-on research at DeGroote as an undergrad student.

September 7th, 2023

In the News: The ‘Shoppertainment’ Trap: As Social Media Apps Blur Line Between Socializing and Buying, the Risks to Users Soar

Ruhai Wu, associate professor of marketing, talks to Capital Current about social commerce and influencer marketing.

September 5th, 2023

In the News: More Companies are Calling People Back to the Office. Many Workers Want to Stay Home

Professor Catherine Connelly discusses return to office policies and remote work options in this CBC News story.

August 30th, 2023

Grants Support World-Class Research at DeGroote

DeGroote researchers awarded Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Canada Foundation for Innovation JELF grants.

August 23rd, 2023

In The News: New Restaurant in Westdale Offering Subscription Service for Food

Associate professor Brent McKnight speaks with CHCH News about the effects of subscription services for a new Westdale restaurant.

August 22nd, 2023

In The News: Why We All Might Want to Bring a Bit of Barbie to Work

Associate Professor Trish Ruebottom explores the impact of the Barbie movie's message on the workplace with The Globe and Mail.

August 16th, 2023

In The News: Does Lower Trust In The Workplace Lead To Lower Productivity?

Professor Erin Reid discusses the relationship between trust and productivity in the workplace with the Human Resources Director.

August 16th, 2023

How Airbnb may be Fuelling Gentrification: A Case Study in Toronto

A new study by PhD student Iman Sadeghi sheds light on how short-term rentals like Airbnb make housing less affordable.