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New Certificate Programs Provide Essential Training for the AI Future – Queen’s Executive Education Introduces Trusted Data & AI for Canadian Business, and AI Jumpstart for Managers

January 8, 2020

Toronto, Ont. – With artificial intelligence (AI) applications permeating multiple sectors of the economy, the demand for professional development and training in AI concepts and strategies is growing. Queen’s Executive Education has launched two new programs: Trusted Data & AI for Canadian Business, and AI Jumpstart for Managers. Both are available in open enrollment sessions starting in April, and also as custom training for organizations.

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Smith Year in Review is now out

October 1, 2018

Kingston, Ont. – The 2017/2018 Year in Review, containing Smith School of Business highlights from the past year, is now available in print and online.

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Canadian athletes at Smith: Jayson Krause

January 9, 2018

Kingston, ON – In November 2016, Smith and the Canadian Olympic Committee struck a partnership to provide scholarships for Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Over eight years, some 1,200 athletes will be eligible to enroll in various Smith programs. With the Winter Olympics just a month away, we’re highlighting COC/CPC athletes who’ve attended Smith. First up this week: bobsleigh great Jayson Krause.

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Smith celebrates alumni named to Canada's Most Powerful Women for 2017

November 27, 2017

Kingston, ON – The list of Canada’s Most Powerful Women for 2017 was recently released and 11 of this year’s Top 100 women are graduates of Smith School of Business programs.

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Queen’s Executive Education continues to make strides in Financial Times rankings

June 8, 2016

Kingston, ON – June 8, 2016 – In May, the Financial Times released the 18th edition of its executive education rankings, with Smith School of Business moving up one spot over its 2015 open enrollment ranking.

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