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Category: Faculty

12 Dec, 2017

Students look to solve global food security at Queen’s challenge

Kingston, ON – The Queen’s International Innovation Challenge was recently held, with the finals in Toronto on Nov. 24. Teams came up with solutions for one of the world’s most pressing issues: food security. We spoke with Dean McKeown, Associate Director, Administration, at Smith School of Business’ Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics, about this year’s event.

07 Dec, 2017

What’s up for 2018? School of Business expert makes economic predictions at Business Forecast Luncheon in Kingston

Kingston, ON – Canada’s surprisingly hot economy will cool slightly in 2018 as the Bank of Canada looks to ease growth and avoid high inflation. But potential for a long and messy U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA could get in the way of continued good times.

28 Nov, 2017

Smith recognizes faculty and student for research excellence

Kingston, ON – Anton Ovchinnikov, Distinguished Faculty Professor of Management Science and Operations Management, and Yu Hou, Assistant Professor of Accounting, are recipients of the 2017 Smith School of Business Research Excellence Awards.

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.

12 Dec, 2016

Smith Forecast 2017: Slow nation-wide GDP growth and higher inflation offset by stronger stock market performance, optimism for Kingston

Kingston, ON — Uncertainty from the U.S. election and a rise in anti-trade rhetoric were cited as reasons for the slow export growth, reduced business investments and increased inflation we can expect for Canada in 2017, according to Smith School of Business experts.