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23 Nov, 2009

Voluntary Sector Reporting Award winners announced

TORONTO – The winners of the second annual Voluntary Sector Reporting Awards (VSRAs) were announced at a luncheon ceremony in North York on November 20. At a time when financial reporting is becoming increasingly important to organizations of all types and sizes, the VSRAs recognize those organizations within Ontario’s diverse and growing not-for-profit sector that have achieved best practices.

19 Nov, 2009

QSB Consulting Club brings students together with alumni, faculty and the business community

The Toronto Consulting Club at Queen’s School of Business has enjoyed a successful first year bringing together Toronto alumni and MBA students interested in the consulting field.

19 Nov, 2009

Ethical Leadership Explored at 5th Annual CSR Weekend

Business ethics and corporate social responsibility took centre stage at the 5th CSR Weekend presented by the Centre for Responsible Leadership from October 29-31. The annual QSB event, held at Goodes Hall, is designed to expose Commerce students to the issues and strategies behind socially responsible decision-making with a unique curriculum delivered through lectures, simulation exercises and a several case competitions. An exciting addition to this year’s event was the 1st Annual MBA Case Competition & CSR Day.

16 Nov, 2009

D&R Sobey Atlantic Scholarship Awarded To Six Outstanding Students

STELLARTON, NS – Six first-year students from Atlantic Canada have been awarded the prestigious D&R Sobey Atlantic Scholarship as they begin their studies at Queen’s School of Business. Since its inception in 1999, the D&R Sobey Atlantic Scholarship has awarded more than $1.75 million to 56 students from the Atlantic Provinces.

06 Nov, 2009

Queen’s EMBA and Executive Education Programs Ranked among Best in the World: BusinessWeek

KINGSTON, ON – Queen’s School of Business is among the top business schools internationally for both executive MBA programs (#25) and open enrollment executive education (#19), according to BusinessWeek magazine’s 2009 rankings. Queen’s was the only Canadian business school to make either of the magazine’s rankings this year. Queen’s has topped BusinessWeek’s last three bi-annual rankings of full-time MBA program outside the US.