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Bijan Raahemi

Researchers use big-data analytics to battle childhood chronic disease

Why the recent focus on IBD, asthma, and diabetes in health research?
There has been an increase in the incidence of these pediatric immune-mediated conditions. Many of them are also more prevalent in developed countries. A pair of recent studies by Dr. Eric Benchimol examined why Ontario immigrants from countries with low prevalence of these diseases might be at increased risk with early life exposure to the Canadian environment. However, the reasons behind the increased incidence of these immune-mediated diseases have not yet been clearly identified, and finding the predisposing factors is a high priority for healthcare providers. Read more ›

Published: January 19, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


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 ›

Published: January 10, 2017 | Category: Latest News


uOttawa Telfer team dominates the 2017 MBA Games

From right to left: Erickque Plante, Shayan Obaidullah, Yvette Nakouzi Aoun (Assistant Coach) James Wilson, Derek Ovadia, Taro Abarbanel-Uemura, Germain Aoun (Coach), Philippe Lamothe, James Robert, Camelia Dubic, Anali Christina Stewart, Greg Richards (MBA Program Director), Emma Azzi, Keith Asare, Matthew Chesser, Goldwin John Guiang, Jayakumar Jayamanian. Two 2017 MBA Games delegates were not present for this photo: Curtis Haché and Jeremy Pluym. Read more ›

Published: January 9, 2017 | Category: Latest News


Michel Cloutier winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Michel Cloutier Marketing Competition

On December 6, the Telfer School of Management had the pleasure of hosting the annual Michel Cloutier Marketing Competition, a case competition in which 4th year marketing students prepare a marketing pitch and deliver it in front of a panel of judges. Read more ›

Published: December 21, 2016 | Category: Latest News


Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Case Studies in Accounting case competition

Each year, students in the 4th year class Case Studies in Accounting (ADM 4340 and ADM 4740) participate in a case competition in which they analyze a real company and report on accounting issues being faced by the company. Read more ›

Published: December 20, 2016 | Category: Latest News


Congratulations to the finalists of the Accounting Case Competition

On Thursday, November 24, a group of students participated in the finals of a case competition as part of their Case Studies in Accounting course. We asked two students of the winning team to share their experience with us. Melissa and Caroline explained that this class was very beneficial for all the students that participated. In Melissa’s words: “The case competition gave us the chance to test all of our acquired knowledge [and] really prepares us for our future CPA title”. For Caroline, another student in the winning team, a case competition is like a puzzle, the only difference is that when you’re completing a puzzle you know there’s a missing piece.      Read more ›

Published: December 14, 2016 | Category: Latest News


Mona Fortier

Mona Fortier (MBA 1998) seeks Liberal nomination in the Ottawa-Vanier riding

A local businesswoman and skilled and passionate communicator, Mona Fortier is well known for her professional achievements and effective service to our community. Read more ›

Published: November 28, 2016 | Category: Alumni in the Lead


Shantanu Dutta

Research team takes closer look at the private meetings of public firms

Professor Shantanu Dutta will be a co-investigator in a study examining the private in-house meetings of companies, funded by the National Science Foundation of China. Read more ›

Published: November 28, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


Richard Clayman

Professor Richard Clayman awarded the APTPUO Part-Time Professor of the Year Award

Congratulations to Professor Richard Clayman who will be awarded the Part-Time Professor of the year award by the Association of Part-Time Professors of the University of Ottawa. The presentation will take place on Friday, November 25 at 2:30 p.m. in FSS 4004. Read more ›

Published: November 25, 2016 | Category: Latest News


Andrea Ghazzawi and Craig Kuziemsky

Telfer study looks at caregiver experiences in the stroke rehabilitation system

A Telfer School–uOttawa study highlights the complexity that family caregivers experience providing care for stroke survivors. Using a complex adaptive systems perspective, the researchers contacted fourteen family caregivers who spoke of their feelings of isolation in adapting to the changing demands of their role within a complex healthcare system. Read more ›

Published: November 21, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


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