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Category: Centres

25 Sep, 2017

A stitch in time: remembering the Moniesons

Kingston, ON —There’s a new piece of art gracing the walls of the Monieson Centre for Business Research and PhD/MSc Research Program office.

18 Sep, 2017

Introducing the Career Advancement Centre at Smith

Kingston, ON – The Business Career Centre at Smith School of Business has been rebranded as the Career Advancement Centre (CAC), and expanded its services for both students and corporate partners.

24 May, 2017

Smith joins Great Place to Work Canada as Strategic Partner

Kingston, ON – Smith School of Business at Queen’s University has joined forces with Great Place to Work® (GPTW), a global authority on building, sustaining, and recognizing high-trust, high-performing workplace cultures. With a focus on employee engagement, the Great Place to Work® program examines how high-trust cultures lead to high performance in organizations. Through its Centre for Business Venturing, Smith will help Canadian small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) succeed as great workplaces through the GPTW program.

23 Mar, 2017

Smith School of Business New Home for IBM Watson in Canada

Toronto, ON – Smith School of Business unveiled a new cognitive computing centre at its downtown Toronto campus today. The new IBM Canada | Smith Cognitive Computing Centre, the first of its kind at a business school in Canada, is a collaborative space that will provide an exclusive artificial intelligence demonstration experience for IBM clients and enhanced access to cognitive computing solutions for Smith students and faculty.

02 Mar, 2017

Dare to Dream interns launch new ventures with help from QCBV and donors

Kingston, ON — March 2, 2017 Five students and recent graduates are launching new businesses with support from Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing (QCBV). Its Dare to Dream (D2D) internship program provides critical resources to help students and new alumni turn their entrepreneurial dreams into reality. Thanks to financial support from several alumni and corporate donors, each intern is provided up to $15,000 in funding, office space and access to mentoring to help get their new ventures up and running.