Sobey School Events

  • Sobey School Women in Business: Making Change

    Do you want to delve into the ways we can make real, radical change in the levels of diversity and gender equity in financial services? Join us this fall

  • VCIC Canada 2020

    We are proud to host cross-Canadian teams for Venture Capital Investment Fund: Canadian Edition 2020

  • 45th Annual Business Dinner Feat. James Curleigh, BComm'89

    This event brings together students, faculty, and business leaders for an evening of networking, learning and exceptional dining. Keynote speaker is James Curleigh (BComm’89) — CEO of Gibson Brands.

  • David Sobey Centre Distinguished Retailer Speaker: Joe Jackman

    The David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retailing and Services hosts its annual Distinguished Retailer Speaker Series with Joe Jackman, CEO, Jackman Reinvents.

  • Starting Point Student Entrepreneurship Conference

    Starting Point Student Entrepreneurship Conference brings together entrepreneurial students from high schools and post-secondary institutions

  • BBL Management Speaker Series

    Cathy Driscoll presents: Recycled Rhetoric and Rationalizations: Exploring Moral Disengagement Discourse in Church Leader Response to Clergy Sexual Abuse and its Cover-up (SB 153)

  • TEDx SMU 2020

    TEDxSaintMarysU is an independently organized TED event, aiming to highlight the best of SMU students, faculty, and alumni. February 7!

  • Sustainability Social

    Join us for the Sustainability Social on Thursday, February 6th at 7:00pm in the Unilever Lounge at Saint Mary’s University. (In partnership with International Development Studies)

  • Languages & Cultures Business Forum

    Panel talk and displays focused on the benefits of employing diverse language and culture in business.

  • Languages and Cultures Business Forum

    Panel Discussion and Research Fair followed by Networking Reception. More details to come as panelists are finalized.

  • Multiple identities and employment inequalities: a multilevel approach

    Firat Sayin is featured at this month's Management Dept Brown Bag Lunch

  • Students Surge

    Join us to contribute your feedback on the outstanding successes our student entrepreneurs are achieving.

  • Innovation and improvement for a better world

    A panel talk by active innovators also featuringstudent pitches on food security, affordable housing and waste management. Networking will follow. CLARI Room

  • Work from Micro-Entrepreneurship Centre of Excellence at the University of Oulu

    Presenting the work of two visiting Finnish scholars from the Micro-Entrepreneurship Centre of Excellence

  • BNUZ–SMU Research and Academic Skills-Building Symposium

    The Symposium will include peer-reviewed research presentations from IBF and invited presentations from Mohammad Rahaman, SMU Canada Research Chair, Dean Xin Zhong, and a senior SMU Librarian.

  • Advancing the Health and Well-Being of Canadians

    Saint Mary's University's Atlantic Research Group on Economics of Immigration, Aging and Diversity are proud to co-host this event.

  • Sobeys Executive Panel

    The David Sobey Centre hosts this exciting panel featuring three Sobeys executives as part of Retail Month.

  • David Sobey Centre Presents National Retail Innovation Awards 2019

    Celebrating Retail Excellence and Innovation

  • Accounting and Finance Career Fair

    From 9 am to 12 pm, visit employers, network, get information and make contacts!

  • Do you have the evidence to lead effectively?

    Please join us for this informative talk on the practice that is changing management. Whether you are an emerging or established leader, this presentation will help you make more effective decisions.

  • Responsible Investing: Finance for the Future?

    A Sobey School PRME Event, featuring a keynote address by Ian Robertson: "What's driving the global momentum? Responsible investing for investment professionals and academics." Loyola 290.

  • Canadian Gateway Cities

    A panel discussion: "Four Reflections on Transportation Infrastructure, Global Value Chains and Urban Governance", looking at Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Halifax. Loyola 290