News in the Faculty
Management Dean Kim Brooks interviews Binod Sundararajan about challenges for new graduates, today’s relevant research and how alumni can stay engaged.
In a mini-shipping conatiner Mr. McPhail’s (Bcomm’16) new delivery-only convenience store, Snacko, is aiming to bring snacks to the doors of hungry customers across the country with just a few clicks on their phone.
By Ryan McNutt. Originally posted on Dal News. In 1979, fresh from a Dalhousie MBA focused on international trade and finance, Mary Brooks began looking for work. What she found were closed doors and glass ceilings. “At that point in time, the Canadian banking industry and international banking people were not interested in having a […]
Walter Wallace (MBA(FS)’13), Senior Director, Transformation Management office, Group Risk Management at RBC, leads high performing teams that focus on delivering transformational change.
2017 was quite a year. The rise of populism in the US, Europe, and many other major economies throughout the world has generated much anxiety in the established media and political class. It is difficult to determine the long term economic effects that this change will have on business. So what are hiring managers in the corporate and not-for-profit worlds to do?
The Region of Queens Municipality recently announced that Dalhousie MPA alumnus Chris McNeill (MPA’11) is their new Chief Administrative Officer.
Read about Jenn Atkinson, the new youth services librarian for Truro library, Kim Day, the new president of Steele Auto and more in this week’s alumni news roundup.