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Jodie Harrison

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Jodie Harrison has been a planner. As a Telfer BCom student, Jodie set her sights on becoming an investment advisor. So she specialized in finance and took advantage of the school’s Connexions Program to intern with a national investment firm during her final year. Jodie also worked at the Career Centre and served as president of the Telfer BCom students’ association, roles that enabled her to gain several skills and many contacts that would prove especially valuable once she graduated.  Read more ›

Polly Leung

 |  Category: Rising Stars

The Women in Management Network (WMN) is a newly founded initiative at the Telfer School of Management that aims to equip women to succeed in their personal and professional endeavors. The three-tiered initiative’s goal is to support females to excel in their careers through mentorship and increase female participation in the management sector; build a positive, supportive, inclusive community; and develop their skills to foster creativity and innovation.  Read more ›

International Women's Day

 |  Category: Latest News

Every year on March 8, International Women’s Day seeks to highlight and celebrate social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The accomplishments of the Telfer School of Management’s many prominent alumnae continue to inspire the next generation of students.  Read more ›

Cassy Aite

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Cassy Aite chose the Telfer School of Management after visiting its new facilities and after making the decision to attend university in his hometown. As an engaged student, Cassy participated in Enactus, uOSIC, the Telfer Financial Laboratory, was a member of the Gee-Gees men’s soccer team and competed in several competitions. As Cassy says, “these opportunities made my experience at uOttawa”.  Read more ›

Gabriel Chapman

 |  Category: Rising Stars

From the moment Gabriel Chapman toured the Telfer School he knew it would be a unique place to study. Gabriel mentioned, “Telfer’s diverse opportunities for student involvement, its CO-OP program, and many scholarships were what drew me in. The student guides were genuine and passionate about their experience and I felt a sense of connection and belonging since Day 1.”  Read more ›

students at toronto stock exchange

 |  Category: Student Announcements

On February 8, 2018 4th year Telfer BCom students James Beaudoin, Aamena Chatoo, Christian Cotroneo, Natalie Dokmajian, and Nicholas Pelchat were named winners of the 2018 CFA Society Toronto Ethics Challenge. Led by Faculty Advisor Pouya Safi, this is the 3rd time that the Telfer School has participated, and our very first win! This year's winning team demonstrated their ability to expertly negotiate ethical dilemmas in a real-life investment scenario and presented their case to a panel of seasoned investment professionals. They will be heading to the Canadian Ethics Challenge on May 3, 2018, which will be held in Vancouver, BC.  Read more ›

student pitching her idea to a panel of judges

 |  Category: Latest News

The uOttawa Top Start-ups initiative recognizes and celebrates the culmination of each annual cycle of teaching, competitions, workshops and hard work that lead to exciting start-ups.  Read more ›

Scott McLaren - Festival Promotions

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

For Scott McLaren, Telfer was an opportunity to learn, develop his skills and meet the people with whom he would later build professional and personal relationships. After choosing Telfer because of the school’s reputation and his desire to be in a big city with a small-town feel, Scott completed his Bachelors in Commerce in 2006.  Read more ›

The Entrepreneurs’ Club hosts their 27th Annual Toast to Success Dinner

 |  Category: Telfer Announcements

The 27th Annual Toast to Success Business Dinner, organized by the Entrepreneurs' Club (TECDE), is a networking event celebrating entrepreneurial success within uOttawa and the local community. The event, held at the Chateau Laurier on February 1, 2018, is one of the largest networking events organized by Telfer School students. As keynote speaker, Terry Davis, CEO of Home Hardware presented several key aspects of his career as well as tips for future entrepreneurs in the room.  Read more ›

DECA uOttawa brings back a total of ten awards!

 |  Category: Telfer Announcements

DECA is a professional development club that transforms students into case cracking masters. Delegates participate in multiple case study competitions Canada-wide, particularly in Ontario, to showcase their expertise in a variety of fields such as accounting, finance, marketing, and business law. Held once yearly, the DECA provincial competition is a two-day event in downtown Toronto and consists of 17 different case categories, featuring over 1300 students from 23 participating universities and colleges across the country.  Read more ›

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