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Artificial intelligence will one day help settle most lawsuits. A team at Smith and Queen’s is already working on it. Their goal: to make the law accessible to everyone.
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Yes, these are “unprecedented times”. But extraordinary leadership is timeless. And it starts with the smallest things.
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In an excerpt from his new book, Michael Schauch, AMBA’07, writes about a trip to the Himalayas and his attempt to reach the top of a mysterious peak.
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Who are the custodians who step up to protect institutions when it really matters? A water crisis in crumbling Detroit led researchers to an answer.
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What is the role of universities and business schools in tackling racism and discrimination? How can they ensure better opportunities for all, no matter a person’s colour or background?
Sarah Davis profile
Sarah Davis, BCom’89, is putting big data and analytics into the grocery basket of Canada’s biggest supermarket chain.
Steve Beauchamp profile
Steve Beauchamp, MBA’99, has turned a small Chicago payroll company into a $7-billion powerhouse that just keeps growing.
Kristi Soomer profile
A broken suitcase led Kristi Soomer, AMBA’09, to launch Encircled, a versatile clothing brand that’s good for the planet, and society, too.
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Justin Tessier, MMIE’20, had a big year. He earned his master’s degree, of course. Then came that Juno Award nomination.