Sobey School News
(Dec 17 /19)
New accreditation agreement with CPHR Nova Scotia puts Sobey HR majors and recent grads closer to achieving the CPHR designation.
(Dec 10 /19)
Bloxo. Clean Catch Baits. Easy Ocean Tech. Smooth Meal Prep. Ashored. Get to know these startups: they are already getting recognition and support.
(Dec 3 /19)
Dr. Najah Attig travelled to Bonn, Germany this weekend as an adjudicator for the ORA 6 competition.
(Nov 15 /19)
On November 12th, four vans filled with 14 Masters students from across three programs headed down Highway 103 to meet a variety of South Shore employers.
(Nov 14 /19)
Kijana Bowers shares his highlights of the Barack Obama visit.
(Nov 14 /19)
A new post on the Impact Blog features Olusegun Osunrinde, a Sobey MTEI student and member of the UN's Youth Assembly.
(Nov 8 /19)
Sobey School lands at number 10 in this year's Better World MBA ranking, remaining the second place Canadian School on the list.
(Oct 28 /19)
Ross Arsenault and Aaron Stevenson, along with fellow SMU graduate Maxwell Poole, took home a platinum level award from the prestigious MassChallenge in Boston for their sustainable fisheries tech business.
(Oct 18 /19)
Three innovative retailers from across Canada, Poppy Barley, Six Hundred Four and Halifax's own Dash Hudson, will accept awards in Halifax on November 1.
(Oct 16 /19)
One year in, Dean Harjeet Bhabra has released a report to community noting some of the successes and achievements of the 2018-2019 school year. .
(Oct 10 /19)
Liam Sobey, Vivek Sood (MBA'98) and Lorne MacLean spoke at a panel hosted by the David Sobey Centre in celebration of Retail Month.
(Oct 2 /19)
A group of women from Sobey School made significant contributions to the Aon "Be Bold" women in business breakfast panel on Wednesday, October 2.
(Sep 17 /19)
MTEI graduate Rodgers named CEO of tech start up.
(Jul 22 /19)
Two researchers from CEARC have received a SSHRC Grant to study how to measure SDG performance in the co-operative sector in partnership with Co-operatives Mutuals Canada (CMC).
(Jun 5 /19)
On June 5, 100 seed investors gathered to consider three entrepreneurial ventures. Jake Chambers, a Saint Mary's student, was one.
(May 31 /19)
A major research project from Saint Mary’s University suggests Atlantic Canadian startup businesses need to look further afield for innovation, information and funding.
(May 29 /19)
Saint Mary’s has become the first post-secondary with a dedicated space in Volta, an innovation hub supporting technology start-ups. The school says the new office space will allow faculty and students to access to new opportunities for innovation.
(Apr 17 /19)
In March, eight finance students from the Sobey School of Business flew to New York to attend a three day investment conference and deepen their understanding of the world of finance.
(Mar 21 /19)
David Sobey and the Sobey Foundation lead donation of $18 million to boost business education in Atlantic Canada
(Mar 15 /19)
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)
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.
(Mar 9 /19)
Healthy Minds Cooperative shares its challenges in this year's Bob Shaw Case Competition, and MBA students rise to the occasion.
(Feb 21 /19)
Congratulations to the Sobey School of Business Alumni who were successful in writing the 2018 Common Final Examination.
(Feb 1 /19)
Dr. Sonja Novkovic has received a research grant for a project on co-operative governance, as one of six co-applicants.