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Daryo R. Cummins receiving his award

Daryo R. Cummins Wins Distinguished Intern Award for his Work in California

As part of his Telfer BCom, Daryo worked as an intern for the County of Riverside, more specifically the Office of Foreign Trade, Office of Military Services and the Office of Film and Television. In his role, he learned about job creation, business development, project management and economic development in a cross-cultural context. As one of the interns at the Office of Foreign Trade, he was recently recognized and awarded a distinguished intern award.  Read more ›

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Outstanding Performance by Telfer Students at Enactus National Exposition

Students from the Telfer School of Management have placed among the top student leaders in Canada at the Enactus National competition that was held in Calgary, Alberta from April 28-30, 2014. This success comes on the heels of many accomplishments this year, including huge success at the Enactus Regional Exposition. Read more ›

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Congratulations to the Winners of the Finance Capstone Competition

All students in ADM4350 (Equity Valuation) took part in a case competition where they had to estimate the value of a real-life company and propose a course of action that the company should take to solve its problems. This term, the mandate was to estimate the value of Ozile’s Marina and Tackle Corporation. Read more ›

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Congratulations to Our Students Who Took Part in the Accounting Capstone

A total of 85 students divided in 10 groups were responsible for analyzing a case involving a real-life local or Canadian company and report on accounting issues being faced by the subject company. The best groups had to present on April 4th in a competition. The winners received the Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGAO) Case Competition prize for Case Studies in Accounting. Read more ›

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Telfer MBA Students Promote Business Ethics and Anti-corruption in partnership with the RCMP and Transparency International

MBA teams of students in Professor Garrick Apollon's MBA 5211 – Corporate Governance and Ethics course worked on a term project named Global Anti-Corruption Project aiming to develop an anti-corruption corporate governance compliance program for small Canadian global companies. The students' challenge was organized according to the format of the television show, "The Apprentice." The students had to submit a written report and make an oral presentation to an evaluation committee composed of: Read more ›

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Telfer School Contributions Stand Out in Engineering Graduate Poster Competition

The winners in the 7th annual Engineering Graduate Poster Competition from E-Business Technologies (MEBT / MSc) and System Sciences (MSc / MSysSc) were all students supervised by Telfer School professors! These are terrific results that highlight the burgeoning research collaborations between the Faculty of Engineering and the Telfer School through these two joint programs. Telfer professors publish high-quality papers with graduate students in these programs and secure valuable external grants. Read more ›

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Telfer Students Shine in CGA Ontario Intopia Strategy Simulation

The CGA Ontario Intopia Strategy Simulation is an exciting and integrative learning opportunity for BCom students as part of their 4th year Strategic Management class. Read more ›

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The Telfer School in the Top 3 for Every Academic Case at Happening Marketing 2014

We are proud to announce that every team we sent at Happening Marketing finished in the top three for the academic cases. This year, the competition took place at Université Laval in Quebec City. Read more ›

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Telfer Students win big at Enactus Canada Regional Exposition

This country’s largest student leadership development organization, Enactus Canada, hosted their 2014 Regional Exposition – Central Canada at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto on March 13-14, 2014. The event inspired and celebrated the entrepreneurial action of student teams and student entrepreneurs across Central Canada.

The Regional Exposition brings together over 500 student leaders, academic professionals and top executives and entrepreneurs from Central Canada around the shared cause of transforming lives through entrepreneurial action.

During the event, post-secondary students competed for prestigious regional championship titles by showcasing their community outreach projects and business ventures to judging panels composed of business professionals.

Three team-based competitions focused on entrepreneurship, environmental issues and financial education, as well as an individual-based competition for full-time students operating full-time businesses, took place during the Regional Exposition.

Enactus uOttawa was named Regional Champion of the Capital One Financial Education Challenge and Regional Champion of TD Entrepreneurship Challenge in League A. The team also placed as second runner-up for the ScotiaBank Ecoliving Green Challenge. Enactus uOttawa Co-President, Kathleen Kemp, was recognized as one of the HSBC Woman Leaders of tomorrow for Central Canada.

Regional champions move on to the national level of competition taking place April 28-30 at the 2014 Enactus Canada National Exposition in Calgary, Alberta.

To learn more about Enactus uOttawa’s community projects, visit www.enactusuottawa.ca
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