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Rising Stars: Rebecca McCormick

When Rebecca isn’t busy reading from Modern Library’s 100 Best Novels list (at last count, she had read 94 out of the 100), she takes advantage of any and all opportunities offered by the Telfer School of Management, namely the Profession of Management Consulting Program (PMCP), a two-year development program for students interested in consulting. Read more ›

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Telfer continues to impress at annual Rotman International Trading Competition

The University of Toronto’s Rotman International Trading Competition (RITC), brings together some of the world's top business schools for a 3 day intensive simulation. Out of the 52 attending schools, The University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management performed exceptionally and emerged 13th. Telfer surpassed competition from schools such as McGill, Pennsylvania State University, Columbia, University of Chicago, Western, Queens, The Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance and University of Hong Kong. Read more ›

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Welch LLP

Engagement with Donors

For the last decade, Welch LLP has been a loyal partner of the Telfer School, with representation on the Dean’s Advisory Board, hiring coop students, interns and alumni, and supporting a number of initiatives on and off campus. Read more ›

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Logan Katz LLP renews loyal support with $100,000 contribution to Telfer School

We are proud to announce that the Logan Katz LLP accounting firm has renewed its loyal support to the Telfer School of Management with $100,000 to fund student activities and to help recruit and retain top accounting professors. Read more ›

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Ivy Bourgeault wins APUO Award for Excellence in Research

Professor Ivy Lynn Bourgeault of the Telfer School of Management, holder of the CIHR Chair in Gender, Work and Health Human Resources, has won the 2016-2017 Award for Excellence in Research from the Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa (APUO). Read more ›

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Professor Magda Donia

A paper by Magda Donia is honoured by a top journal in organizational behaviour

Professor Magda Donia has been honoured for her article in the Journal of Business and Psychology which makes an original contribution to the research on organizational-citizenship behaviours. She received an Editors Commendation from the JBP for her paper, one of only 8 papers selected for this distinction out of a total of nearly 500! Read more ›

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The Benefits of Case Competitions

Case competitions, as I’m sure you’ve heard, are highly recommended and beneficial. I have never met a university graduate who has regretted their decision to get involved. Aside from making you stand out from your peers once you enter the job market, being involved in case competitions (whether as a delegate or as a member of your school’s executive committee) has many more benefits: Read more ›

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Group of DECA uOttawa

uOttawa delegates’ academic knowledge earns them top prizes at DECA provincials

Students put their academic knowledge into action with DECA, a global professional development program for students who strive to compete and network with other like-minded young professionals. Delegates attend competitions with an oral presentation and a written component, featuring a wide variety of categories, such as Business Financial Services, Marketing Management, Travel Management, and Management Consulting.

This year, the University of Ottawa’s DECA Chapter had several triumphant victories during the annual DECA U Provincials competition, which took place on January 20-22 in downtown Toronto at the Sheraton Centre. With 68 delegates competing, uOttawa was one of the 20 universities and colleges with their eyes set on gold, and their hard work paid off! Here are their results:

Connor Giddens – 1st overall in Human Resource Management, Top 3 for Roleplay
Anna Halawa and Sonia Alb – 2nd overall in Marketing Management, Top 3 for Roleplay
Tingi Mulvihill – 2nd overall in Business Financial Services 
Jason Luo – 2nd overall in Retail Management
Jingwen Lin - Top 3 for Roleplay in Retail Management 
Sonia Alb - Top 3 Written Tests Read more ›

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Financial Open – An Example in Dedicated Students

If you happen to walk by the Desmarais building during the weekend of January 28-29, you’ll be surprised to find 400 motivated students from all over Eastern Canada. These students, hailing from 11 different universities, will be meeting at the Telfer School of Management for a case competition called Financial Open (OF). Read more ›

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Telfer brings home the hardware at JDC & JDCC 2017

From January 6 to 8, 2017, nearly 130 students represented the Telfer School of Management at two of Canada's biggest inter-university competitions. The teams participated in academic, sporting and social events. Read more ›

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