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Smith and Queen’s Law launch AI-powered legal tools

May 14, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, millions of Canadians are out of work and facing uncertainty about returning. These circumstances can put workers, particularly those in ‘gig economy’ jobs, in situations where their legal rights are unclear. MyOpenCourt, a project of the Conflict Analytics Lab – a partnership led by Queen’s Faculty of Law and Smith School of Business – will now help these workers understand their rights – and options.

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Julian Barling receives top research-related honour from Queen’s University

May 8, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – Julian Barling, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Borden Chair of Leadership at Smith School of Business, can now add another title to his name: Stephen Gyimah Distinguished University Professor. Barling was named alongside five colleagues from Queen’s University as this year’s recipients of the Distinguished University Professor designation, the university’s highest research-related honour.

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Smith School of Business Awarded Prestigious Operations Research and Analytics Teaching Award

May 6, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – INFORMS, the leading international association for professionals in operations research and analytics, has awarded Smith School of Business at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, the 2020 UPS George D. Smith Prize. The award recognizes excellence in preparing students to become practitioners of operations research and analytics.

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Awards recognize excellence among Smith faculty and PhD students

November 27, 2019

Kingston, Ont. – Four Smith School of Business faculty and three PhD students received awards for research, teaching and supervision earlier this month.

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Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics at Smith School of Business celebrates success

August 21, 2019

Kingston, Ont. – Established with an initial gift of $2.2 million from Scotiabank, the SCCA has seen a number of successes since its start, including research advances in the areas of pricing, revenue management, loyalty programs, adaptable database management systems, analytics and decision making, and ethics and AI. In July, Scotiabank reaffirmed its commitment to the centre’s mission and success with $2 million in additional funding, supporting the centre through to 2025.

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