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Iqualuit

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As members of a uOttawa student organization called Enactus, my colleague Ajmal Sataar and I are always looking for ways to provide opportunities to those in need. Enactus tackles social, economic and environmental issues through business and is focused on bringing social enterprise to the community. When the opportunity came to bring these opportunities to the town of Iqaluit in Nunavut, we jumped at the chance to travel there.  Read more ›

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The 2014 edition of Place à la jeunesse was a great success! On November 15, 2014, students from 14 French-speaking high schools across Ontario competed in the final round of this prestigious academic competition held at the Desmarais Building at Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa. This competition hosts 90 participants who showcase their analytical and communication skills. Every year, Place à la jeunesse declares three winning teams in each academic stream: accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, and debates. Each participant of these winning teams, as well as the best presenter of each stream receive one of the forty scholarships up for grabs, that amount to a total of $82,000.  Read more ›

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The 2nd Telfer Trading Competition (TTC) finished off with another successful year here at the University of Ottawa with forty registered students. These students gathered October 4, 2014 to compete, work hard, and push their trading capabilities to their limits. Participants had the opportunity to practice trading financial securities, build financial models and macros, and experience the thrill of a classic trading pit. The event was a joint collaboration between the Financial Research and Learning Lab and the University of Ottawa Student Investment Club (OSIC).  Read more ›

Marina Kidisyuk

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Marina Kidisyuk will travel to Boston, Massachussetts with the rest of the uOttawa International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) group to present their synthetic biology project. In order to raise funds to go to Boston, the team partered up with Let's Talk Science and Mini Enrichment Courses to offer educational seminars for children.  Read more ›

Daryo R. Cummins receiving his award

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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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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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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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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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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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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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