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Robert J. Tiffin Student Leadership Award recognizes 11 students

Robert J. Tiffin Student Leadership Award recognizes 11 students

Eleven York University students were recently honoured with the Robert J. Tiffin Student Leadership Award, which recognizes students’ leadership at the University and their contributions to the growth, development and vitality of the York community. Now in its ninth year, the award was created in honour of Robert J. Tiffin, who served as York University’s […]

Next Scholars' Hub @ Home event examines how advanced style influencers are confronting gendered ageism online

Next Scholars' Hub @ Home event examines how advanced style influencers are confronting gendered ageism online

Those who enjoy hearing about the latest thought-provoking research will not want to miss the next Scholars’ Hub @ Home speaker series event that will examine how advanced style influencers are confronting gendered ageism online. Brought to you by York University's Office of Alumni Engagement, the Scholars’ Hub @ Home speaker series features discussions on […]

Schulich collaborates on study of peer effects in corporate governance practices

Schulich collaborates on study of peer effects in corporate governance practices

A new study that York University's Schulich School of Business has collaborated on finds that corporations that share board members with other firms tend to have similar corporate governance practices due to a phenomenon known as "board interlocking." The findings are presented in a research paper titled “Peer Effects in Corporate Governance Practices: Evidence from […]

Schulich study examines how supply disruption influences supplier selection

Schulich study examines how supply disruption influences supplier selection

A new study from York University’s Schulich School of Business has found that irrational feelings of guilt can play a larger than suspected role when it comes to selecting suppliers. The study, titled “Supplier Selection in the Aftermath of a Supply Disruption and Guilt: Once Bitten, Twice (Not So) Shy,” showed that sourcing professionals who […]

Study finds businesses in cities with severe air pollution more likely to inflate bottom line

Study finds businesses in cities with severe air pollution more likely to inflate bottom line

A new study co-authored by Charles H. Cho, professor of accounting and the Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business and Sustainability at York University’s Schulich School of Business, has found that businesses located in cities with severe air pollution are more likely to cook the books. The study, titled “Contaminated Heart: Does Air Pollution Harm Business […]

Research outlines three-step plan to ensure the success of a public health campaign

Research outlines three-step plan to ensure the success of a public health campaign

A study recently published in the Journal of Advertising shows that context harm crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, require not only bespoke advertising efforts for various communities and societies but also an evolving, multistage approach not recognized in prior advertising literature on health messaging. This research was undertaken by Schulich School of Business Associate Professor Ela Veresiu in […]

BentallGreenOak and Schulich establish $250,000 scholarship program to support Black, Indigenous and female students

BentallGreenOak and Schulich establish $250,000 scholarship program to support Black, Indigenous and female students

York University’s Schulich School of Business and BentallGreenOak (BGO), a global real estate investment management advisor, announced on June 10 the establishment of a new scholarship to enable pathways for Black, Indigenous, and female students to study and pursue a career in the commercial real estate industry. The Gary Whitelaw Strength in Diversity Award commits […]

Schulich launches George Weston Ltd Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains and announces its research Chair

Schulich launches George Weston Ltd Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains and announces its research Chair

York University's Schulich School of Business has officially launched the George Weston Ltd Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains and announced the research Chair during the Centre’s inaugural research forum called “Supply Chain Problems: Practical Insights from Emerging Research.” The forum brought management researchers and industry together to find practical solutions and explore new opportunities. Building […]

Lassonde and Schulich students pitch their BEST business ideas in course

Lassonde and Schulich students pitch their BEST business ideas in course

In early April, nine groups of students from the Lassonde School of Engineering and the Schulich School of Business at York University pitched their business ideas as part of the Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology (BEST) Certificate’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Ventures course (ENTR 4500). Each group presented their original ideas to a panel of […]

Schulich MBA welcomes diversity, equity and inclusion fellowship recipients

Schulich MBA welcomes diversity, equity and inclusion fellowship recipients

York University's Schulich School of Business has announced two new fellowship opportunities: Access to Success and Reaching Out MBA. The Access to Success Organization is a not-for-profit that supports the development of future leaders with disabilities. This merit-based fellowship celebrates outstanding students who have demonstrated excellence in academic, professional or extracurricular areas. “We are thrilled to welcome the Schulich School […]