Held on Friday, March 15, 2019, Sobey School's Women in Capital Markets featured speakers and networking designed to explore and discuss how the fields of finance and capital markets can become more welcoming to women and minorities.
(Mar 11 /19) Canadian venture capital champions named
Acadia and Rotman (University of Toronto) students emerged as the victorious venture capital teams on Friday, March 8, 2019 in the Undergraduate and Graduate VCIC competitions respectively.
Sobey School of Business Accounting student Spencer Wiechert has been awarded a Frank H. Sobey Award for Excellence in Business Studies.
(Feb 21 /19) Accounting Alumni Achieve CFE Success
Congratulations to the Sobey School of Business Alumni who were successful in writing the 2018 Common Final Examination.
Today, the Sobey School of Business relaunched its Executive MBA program and revealed that the school is developing a new designation, an Executive Doctor of Business Administration (EDBA).
Dr. Sonja Novkovic has received a research grant for a project on co-operative governance, as one of six co-applicants.
(Jan 18 /19) Congratulations ICBC Teams
In January, Sobey School of Business sent three teams of competitors to the national ICBC competition. It was the school's 25th year participating, and 23rd year of first-round success.
(Jan 22 /19) Strategic Planning Group Named
Dr. Harjeet Bhabra has convened a new Strategic Planning Working Group (SPWG) from the Sobey School community.
(Dec 13 /18) Sobey School kicks off renewed strategic planning process with release of community report
Harjeet S. Bhabra, Dean of the Sobey School, revealed plans for a renewed strategic planning process with the release of the final report on achievements toward the previous Sobey School of Business Strategic Plan (2013 – 2018).
With yesterday's release of a report examining the impact of the school’s co-operative management education and research activities, Sobey School of Business has further extended its growing reputation as an expert in the measurement of impact.
The Sobey School of Business has released a new report that demonstrates the global reach and impact of the school’s co-operative management education and research activities; that is, activities that affect co-operative enterprises, credit unions an
The International Education Business Partnership Network has named Access-Ability the top program in North American in developing Youth Employability Skills.
The Sobey School of Business was proud to sponsor student Hajar Abdessamie to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit 2018 in Papua, New Guinea. During the summit, among other opportunities, Ms. Abdessamie met with PM Justin Trudeau.
In mid-November, researchers from the Sobey School of Business travelled to Zhuhai, China for a robust research exchange symposium, reflecting the expanding partnership between the organizations.
The Sobey School of Business is eighth in the world for sustainability, according to the recently released Corporate Knights Better World MBA ranking.
The Spark Zone, a sandbox to foster social innovations and business ideas, has been recognized as the world’s best in enterprise and entrepreneurship skill-building.
(Nov 2 /18) Enactus Members Prepare for Dubai
Halifax Mayor Mike Savage visited Saint Mary’s University on Thursday, November 1 to watch a presentation by Enactus Saint Mary’s, before the team heads off to the Global Restaurant Leadership Conference in Dubai next week.
Three innovative retailers from across Canada will accept awards in Halifax in early November. Presented by the David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retailing and Services the Retail Innovation Awards recognize outstanding retail leadership.
(Feb 7 /18) Boston Competition Winners Applauded by Premier
A team of Sobey students recently took second place in the Venture Capital Investment Competition (New England region). Today they were congratulated personally by the Premier.
A team from Nova Scotia and Manitoba was recently awarded more than $860,000 from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for a new research project that will seek to better understand the experiences of older adult home care clients.