Wanda Costen feature
Wanda Costen is joining Smith School of Business over the summer.
Illustrations of people wearing capes and flying feature
A new business model aims to change the world first, make money second. Meet two alumni making it happen.
Idrees Ali stands in front of a microhpone at a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan during the Taliban–U.S. peace deal signing. In the background are people in professional attire and other journalists. feature
Does journalism still matter? In the age of social media and fake news, some say no. But Idrees Ali, BCom’13, the Pentagon reporter for Reuters, explains why it does. And why he’s made it his career.
Jacob Brower stands beside the wall in a board room as he smiles wide for the camera. feature
Professor Jacob Brower shows why corporate social responsibility programs still matter. Even if they don’t pay off like they used to.
Sarah Jordan in a bright floral dress in the Mastermind Toys Playroom in Toronto profile
A year ago, Sarah Jordan, MBA’07, BSc(Eng)’04, became chief executive officer at Mastermind Toys. Then the pandemic hit …
Aziz Garuba is a smiling dark skinned man sitting in front of a turquoise background. profile
Aziz Garuba, AMBA’12, is helping to tell the stories of amazing Black leaders around the world.
Donald Sobey  at Convocation in May 2016, when he received his honorary Queen’s degree. profile
Donald Sobey, BCom’57, LLD’16, was a great supporter of education at Smith and Queen’s. Most important of all, he was a true friend to students.
Connor Emery is a man in a nice suit with styled brown hair. He is suspended in the air in a running pose in front of a brick wall. First Person
Connor Emeny, BCom’18, is a man on a mission. Pain isn’t an option.