Enactus Saint Mary’s students empower Halifax youth to launch social enterprise
(Nov 28 /16) Nicola Young Recognized by CPA Canada
Professor Nicola Young has been recognized for her contribution to CPA Canada standard-setting and policy-making activities in accounting and reporting by public sector enterprises by receiving an inaugural annual National Volunteer Award.
Professor Wendy Carroll, director of our Executive MBA program, has been recognized as one of the top 25 HR professionals in Canada.
(Nov 3 /16) Saint Mary's Honoured in NS Legislature
Today the Legislature heard two special resolutions recognizing the work of Saint Mary’s University.
Today the Sobey School of Business revealed its significant impact on the local economy, as it unveiled the results from the Business School Impact System (BSIS) report.
(Oct 13 /16) Sobey MBA ranks #11 in world
Recognizing the embedded values of responsible management, ethics and sustainability, Corporate Knights has ranked the Sobey MBA program #11 in the world on the Better World MBA list.
Karen Miner, Managing Director of the Sobey School of Business Cooperative Management Education programs, has had her expertise recognized by the UN and has been invited to help inform international cooperatives policy.
(Jul 19 /16) Helping working women diagnosed with breast cancer
Sobey School's Associate Dean Research, Dr. Catherine Loughlin, is one of the three investigators on the Work Wellness Team.
Dr. Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski, PhD, FCPA, FCMA, has been invited to serve as Associate Editor of the prestigious Managerial Auditing Journal.
International recognition for work with at-risk youth and student entrepreneurs.
(May 30 /16) Dr. Judy Haiven receives Patricia Baker Award
The National Union of Canadian Association of University Teachers has recognized Dr. Judy Haiven with the Patricia Baker Award for outstanding contributions in the advancement of equity in the post-secondary community.
At Spring Convocation, 2016, Dr. Thomas Kozloski of the Accounting Department was awarded the Reverend William A. Stewart Medal for Excellence in Teaching.
(May 12 /16) Sobey School research makes an impact on the world
Our faculty as well as the students and graduates of our PhD program are receiving important recognitions of the impact they have on community.
For the fourth year in a row, Enactus Saint Mary’s placed top four in Canada. The real wins happen throughout the year in project results and real changes in participants' lives.
The Sobey School of Business has officially become the first business school in North America to take part in the Business School Impact System (BSIS).
In April, the Sobey School of Business was proud to host the Canadian Academy of Chinese Professors-Atlantic Association (CACPAA)for the first North American conference on Chinese students' teaching and learning.
Adams, Pugh and Singh latest Bob Shaw Competition winners
Two teams of MTEI Students will compete in this year’s International Business Model Competition, April 29-30 in Redmond, Washington.
Brendan Melchin and Abhishek Barthwal have made it to the top ten in this national competition. The top prize is a vehicle!
Impact Fund team wins CFA Research Challenge for Atlantic Canada
(Mar 2 /16) ROLE MODELS FOR US ALL
Enactus Saint Mary’s Makes History with Five Wins at Regionals
Saint Mary’s graduates who participated in Enactus activities are 59% more employable than similar graduates across the country, says a report released by Enactus Canada.
The Advisory Board of the Sobey School of Business was pleased to welcome a new member to its ranks recently. Bruce D. Bowser is the President and CEO of AMJ Campbell Van Lines, a premier national moving and logistics company.
Corporate Knights' Better World MBA rankings lists Sobey 13th in the world – one of only 9 Canadian schools in the ranking, and the only Atlantic Canadian university in the top 30.
When Corporate Knights Magazine revealed their Better World MBA rankings listing us 13th in the world, we noticed that we had a remarkably strong showing in the Faculty Research Publications category: 93%.
The Sobey School Business Development Centre (SSBDC) will receive more than $895,000 in federal funding through the Youth Employment Strategy and ACOA’s Business Development Program.
The Sobey School Business Development Center at Saint Mary’s University is looking for your help to gain insight into the challenges and opportunities that businesses and business leaders in Atlantic Canada are currently facing.
(May 19 /15) Enactus SMU #2 in Canada
Saint Mary's Enactus has been named #2 in Canada, with The Startup 100 taking the BDC Entrepreneurs First Project Partnership Best Project title.
On Friday, May 15, the Saint Mary's University Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma inducted 60 new members from across the Sobey School of Business.
The Sobey School of Business is proud to announce that Dr. Ellen Farrell is the winner of this year’s prestigious Reverend William A. Stewart, S.J., Medal for Excellence in Teaching.
(May 15 /15) Sobey School Congratulations Graduates
More than 400 business degrees, certificates and diplomas will be awarded at today's convocation ceremonies, to students from around the world.
The successful Work Smarts program returns, with funding to subsidize the hire of 40 recent graduates through a partnership with Service Canada.
On March 27, 11 teams of 4 students gathered to compete. The three winning teams were Cobequid Educational Centre (1st), Millwood High (2nd) and Shelburne Regional (3rd).
(Mar 30 /15) OneNS Hackathon Held at Spark Zone
Congratulations to Team #4, first place winners. The team included three Sobey School students, Enrique Hoyos, Daniel Code-McNeil, Jianfei Cao.
LinkedIn has published its inaugural ranking of universities based on career outcomes and Saint Mary's University ranked No. 6 for Best Schools for Finance Professionals.
A group of Sobey Bachelor of Commerce students have been accepted to present their marketing research paper at the 7th Annual Electric Mobility Canada (EMC) Conference and Trade Show in May.
(Mar 20 /15) Dube & Grady take 3rd in national Focus 2040
Congratulations to Nicole Dube and Marla Grady, Sobey MBA students who took 3rd place in the recent national Focus 2040 competition.
(Mar 20 /15) Dipon Debnath wins prestigious Frank H. Sobey Award
The Sobey School's Dipon Debnath has been chosen a winner of this year's $15,000 Frank H. Sobey Award for Excellence in Business Studies.
"CFA Society Atlantic Canada is pleased to announce that Saint Mary’s University has won the local competition of the CFA Institute Research Challenge and now advances to the Americas Regional."
In celebration and appreciation of David Sobey, for whom the new David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retailing and Services was named, over 150 Canadian business luminaries gathered on the Saint Mary’s campus this evening.
A team of Sobey School MBA students placed third overall at the national Inaugural Leadership Case Competition.
(Mar 5 /15) SMU Enactus Regional Winners!
Saint Mary's Enactus had three teams compete in the Regional Enactus competition in late February. The teams landed two first place spots and a second runner up!
(Feb 27 /15) Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Success
Sobey School of Business students took home four of six BOYNECLARKE Innovative Ideas Awards Monday night, February 23, at the Westin Nova Scotian in Halifax.
(Feb 25 /15) Ontario Teams Dominate Credit Risk Case Competition
February 20 and 21, 8 teams of business students from universities across Canada competed for $18,000 in the RMA Sobey School of Business Credit Risk Case Competition.
(Feb 24 /15) Starting Point 2015 By the Numbers
The inaugural Starting Point student entrepreneurship conference was a success by any measure, with 130 registrants and over $8000 in prizes.
Saturday, February 21, Dean Patricia Bradshaw and Dr. Nicola Young, professor, joined Nova Scotia's CA community to celebrate the 2014 group of successful UFE writers, including 27 Sobey alumni.
The first case competition hosted by the David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retail and Services presented competitors with real life challenges.