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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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Smith professor wins Bank of Canada award

March 18, 2019

Kingston, Ont. - Smith School of Business associate professor Ryan Riordan is being given this year’s Bank of Canada Governor’s Award. The Governor’s Award is a research grant that goes to academics who study areas that the Bank of Canada deems important. The grant is worth up to $30,000 a year over two years.

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Unfamiliarity with Diversity and Inclusion in Canadian Workplaces Underscores Need for More Work

February 26, 2019

Kingston, Ont. – As an important step in solving organizational diversity and inclusion challenges, and to develop more inclusive leaders, Smith School of Business and Catalyst Canada, a global non-profit organization dedicated to advancing women in business, have announced a strategic partnership.

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Awards recognize faculty and student researchers

November 16, 2018

Kingston, Ont. – Ryan Riordan, Ning Zhang and Paul Calluzzo are recipients of the Smith School of Business Research Excellence Awards this year. The tree professors were recognized at a reception held Nov. 7 in Goodes Hall.

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