Cutting-edge research on issues ranging from gender diversity and securities fraud to mining, ethics and responsible investment were showcased at Schulich Research Day on Thursday, January 26th.
Included in the day was a research poster gallery, where more than 35 Schulich researchers discussed their work with fellow faculty, staff, alumni, students and friends.
Following the gallery, a panel discussion was held on “The Impact of Research in the Schulich School of Business: Making a Difference in the Real World?” moderated by Matthias Kipping, Professor of Policy and Richard E. Waugh Chair in Business History. Panelists included Detlev Zwick, Associate Professor of Marketing and Director of BBA/iBBA Program; Marcia Annisette, Associate Professor of Marketing and Executive Director of Student Services and International Relations; Mary Waller, Professor of Organization Studies and Director of Schulich Centre for Teaching Excellence; and Moren Lévesque, Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems, CPA Ontario Chair in International Entrepreneurship.
Research Day was opened with remarks from Dirk Matten, Associate Dean, Research, and Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and Dezsö J. Horváth, Dean and Tanna H. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management.
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