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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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Remembering former dean John Gordon

May 5, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – John R.M. Gordon, who as dean of Smith School of Business in the 1980s weathered harsh recessions and declining funding for universities, but still grew the school’s programs and reputation while forging ties with business, passed away in Kingston last month. He was 85.

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Smith School of Business Partners with City and Kingston Economic Development to Support Local Organizations Impacted by COVID-19

April 20, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is joining forces with the City of Kingston and Kingston Economic Development to provide student and faculty resources to help local businesses, not-for-profits, and social enterprises navigate and survive the impact of COVID-19.

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Smith School of Business and Canadian Olympic Committee announce Team Canada class of 2020-2022

April 3, 2020

Toronto/Kingston, Ont. – Today, Smith School of Business and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) announced that 11 Team Canada athletes are returning to school to build their business skills after years of competitive sport.

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