At the helm of a start-up that is experiencing exponential growth and boasts an A-list clientele, Thomas Rankin (MBA’04) shares how hiring young talent can enable adaptability, and offers a “low-risk, high reward opportunity” for businesses.
Brittany Bartlett’s (BComm’09) own co-op experiences as a student helped propel her career. Now, as a Senior Manager with KPMG’s Halifax Audit practice, she is benefiting from Dalhousie’s co-op program in a new way, by hiring co-op students to help reach organizational goals while staying connected to her alma mater.
by Miriam Breslow Libraries are recognized as community learning centres. Monique Woroniak also sees them as places of opportunity that can help to reset the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. The School of Information Management (SIM) graduate returned to Halifax recently to give the 2017 Dalhousie–Horrocks National Leadership Lecture, and explained why libraries are […]
As project coordinators for SWEB Development LP, Sarah Rosenblat (MREM’16) and Michael McKinnon (MREM’15) are applying their diverse backgrounds and common Dalhousie degree to accelerate the transition to renewable energy in Nova Scotia and beyond.
by Miriam Breslow Lindsay Clowes and Laurel Schut (pictured, L & R) hadn’t even graduated from the Master of Environmental Studies program when they dug into an ambitious initiative. “We defended within two days of each other in April 2016 and officially graduated in October 2016,” says Schut. But in May, the two launched FOUND, […]
Written by Miriam Breslow “Surreal” is how Maria Artuso describes the moment she learned that she had been named one of Ottawa’s 2016 Forty Under 40. Bestowed by the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and the Ottawa Business Journal, this honour goes to 40 accomplished and rising businesspeople in the city. Artuso, a manager at RBC […]
Earning an MBA degree mid-career was not on Victor Pellegrino’s (MBA’06) radar when he began an undergraduate degree in ancient history. However, the Dal MBA that Pellegrino pursued in his early forties has proven invaluable in continually furthering his career.
Customer Services Librarian, Winnipeg Public Library Monique Woroniak is the 2008 recipient of the Louis Vagianos Medal, awarded to an MLIS graduating student who combines the capacity for blending originality with practical thinking and the courage to seek solutions to professional problems outside the mainstream. Monique has worked in the Winnipeg Public Library system since […]
Senior Manager, Global Banking and Markets Compliance, Scotiabank Ming continued his studies after completing his MBA(FS), earning a BEd from Brock University in 2009 and a LLM from York University in 2011. He also began his banking career, joining eTRADE Canada as a project manager in 2008, responsible for product development and management of online […]