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Winning team

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A total of 79 students divided in 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 14th in a competition. The winners received the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA) Case Competition prize for Case Studies in Accounting.  Read more ›

Intopia winners

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The CPA 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 ›

Michel Cloutier Winners

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Throughout its 30 editions, the Michel Cloutier Marketing Competition has played a key role in bringing students closer to the business community by working on a real business case presented by a sponsoring organization. It was originally introduced by the late professor and Associate Dean, Michel Cloutier, in 1986. The competition was renamed in his honour in 1991.  Read more ›

Barbara D. Robertson

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Management student Barbara D. Robertson distinguished herself in many ways during her fall 2014 placement at Elections Canada. In addition to her outstanding academic record, Barbara far surpassed expectations during her placement, particularly through her strong sense of initiative. She showed her ingenuity by developing her own tool to let everyone know their roles and responsibilities when timelines overlap, making practical use of her management skills.   Read more ›

Strat 24 Winners

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The 2015 edition of the Strat 24 case competition, put on by Enactus uOttawa, was a resounding success. Forty competitors, twenty from the Telfer School of Management and twenty from the Faculty of Engineering, worked tirelessly for 24-hours to find a feasible solution to a humanitarian problem provided by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Teams consisted of two engineers and two business students from the University of Ottawa.  Read more ›

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As part of a Consumer Behaviour course, several groups of third-year students had the opportunity to look into consumption of gluten-free products for their term project. This project, under the supervision of professors Leila Hamzaoui and Michael Mulvey, was done with the help of Claude Bonnet, owner of Le Moulin de Provence and Olive & Chili in the Byward Market. Mr. Bonnet, who sells gluten-free products and dishes at Olive & Chili, introduced the students to the distinctive features of these products and to consumer perceptions and what prompted them to turn to these products. He also educated them about their benefits and, more generally, about the importance of the relationship between what we eat and long-term health.  Read more ›

Students in the finance class

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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 analyze the acquisition of 43 Kentucky Fried Chicken Outlets by Franchise Management Inc.  Read more ›

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For the second year in a row, Professor Leila Hamzaoui-Essoussi has been sought out by students at the Lycée Claudel as part of their supervised personal projects (TPE) which are mandatory research projects for students in first S (Grade 6 secondary).  Read more ›

Top from Left: Daniel Shannon, Ethan Zhang, William Tu, Malanga Mposha, and Bottom from Left: Ian Harten, Cassy Aite

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Six high performing finance students will be representing the Telfer School of Management at the 2015 Rotman International Trading Competition from February 19-22 in Toronto. RITC is a three-day intensive trading competition and conference that invites teams from 50 of the best universities around the world. The environment is fiercely competitive, and attracts the brightest students from a variety of different undergraduate and graduate programs. The Telfer 2015 team will consist of Cassy Aite, Ian Harten, Malanga Mposha, Daniel Shannon, William Tu, and Ethan Zhang.  Read more ›

The Telfer Delegation in front of Tabaret Hall

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The Jeux du Commerce Central (JDCC) took place January 30 to February 1, 2015, in Toronto, Ontario, hosted by the Canadian Association of Business Students. The JDCC competition is one of Canada’s largest business school competition that brings together 700 delegates from 14 universities across Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes to compete in academic, sporting and social events. A delegation of 56 students represented the Telfer School of Management.  Read more ›

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