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Convocation: Graduation a proud moment PMC student

Completing a university degree is an accomplishment for every university student but for Dino Giannetti, it’s an even prouder moment. Giannetti has muscular dystrophy and is graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce with a concentration in Continue 

Branding the Vancouver Olympics – learning from Beijing

Vancouver faces far fewer challenges as host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, but Canada’s biggest coastal city still has much to learn from the Beijing Games, according to a professor of marketing at the Sprott School of Business. The Beijing Continue 

First person: taking on the world with Junior Team Canada

Working lunches with business executives. Meetings with governmental ministers. Receptions hosted by Canadian embassies abroad. Charter flights to remote areas of the jungle. Synopsis of the next James Bond movie? No, this is a synopsis of a Junior Continue 

Career Development and Co-op launches awareness campaign

Carleton’s Career Development and Co-operative Education office is launching an awareness campaign this fall to highlight a suite of new and expanded initiatives for both students and potential employers. The Carleton Career Advantage Continue 

Sprott grad gets Junior Team Canada spot

Daniel Rodriguez, who recently graduated with a Bachelor of International Business from the Sprott School of Business, is one of only 20 young Canadians selected to take part in the 2009 Junior Team Canada Trade Mission to Central America this Continue 

Sprott student credits Co-op Program with valuable experience

David Mender describes himself as a regular guy who loves hockey. But the 22-year-old Carleton student admits he wouldn’t be where he is today if it Continue 

Faculty accomplishments

FASS accomplishments feted at 2008 vin d’honneur The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) feted its faculty’s accomplishments at the FASS vin d’honneur on March 19, 2008. Originally held to honour faculty members who have contributed new publications to their fields of expertise, Continue 

Research achievement

The Research Achievement Awards were established in 1989 to enhance the quality of research conducted at Carleton. Ten awards, valued at $15,000 each, are given each year to faculty members. Winners are selected by a committee chaired by the vice-president (research and international) and Continue 

‘Zero waste’ expert offers students alternative to garbage-filled world

It is challenging to convince people to change their habits but Ruth McKay is willing to try—especially when it comes to promoting environmentally sound Continue 

News in brief

Something to talk about: major debating championships held at Carleton University The Carleton University Debating Society hosted one of the top major student debating tournaments, the CUSID-APDA North American Debating Championships, from January 25 to 27, 2008. More than 70 teams from all Continue 

Certified Management Accountants Ontario supports Sprott students

Jacques Tremblay, Regional Director of CMA Ontario (right) presented a cheque for $20,000 to Roland Thomas, Acting Dean, Sprott School of Business at the Not Continue 

News in brief

Sprott alumni named to Canadian Chartered Accountants honour roll Two alumni from Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business were named to the Institute of Chartered Accountants 2007 Uniform Evaluation (UFE) Ontario Honour Roll on December 10, 2007. Only 17 individuals from across Continue 

MBA grad CAREs about overcoming poverty

Obtaining a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree can open many doors and provide personal success. However Jan Dutkiewicz, who finished his MBA at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business in June, is more interested at this stage Continue 

Sprott summer camp fosters “bizness” savvy in high school students

While many local high school students have spent this summer working for someone else, the 29 Biz Camp participants learned how to start their own businesses. Continue 

Carleton brings home two Capital Educator Awards

Carleton University professors brought home two Capital Educators Awards handed out at Ottawa’s sixth annual EduGala on May 24, 2007. Professors Matthew Bellamy (Department of History) and Nick Papadopoulos (Sprott School of Business) were Continue 

Using both computer science and business to improve software management

The Sprott School of Business’s interdisciplinary doctoral program in management has much to do with Subhas Misra’s successful integration of his Continue 

Sprott makes changes to MBA program

Additional courses benefit non-business student entrants An edge in the competitive job market–this is typically why students enrol in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Continue 

Sprott makes changes to MBA program

Additional courses designed to benefit non-business student entrants An edge in the competitive job market—this is typically why students enrol in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Continue 

Letter to the editor: Sprott students bring home the gold

Thanks very much for sending me a copy of the photo of my wife Sherrie Richer, which appeared in last month’s Carleton Now. I read the article and appreciated how well it summarized the actual event. François Continue 

Sprott students bring home the gold

In January, two students from Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business bested students from across the country to win first place in the accounting competition at the Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC), held in Kingston. The Continue 

Sprott School of Business hosts professional development day for high school teachers

Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business has had enormous success in the past by making connections with high school students through their Continue 

New dean ready to leverage Sprott’s faculty status

January 2 marks Bill Keep’s first official day as the dean of the Sprott School of Business. Since his appointment in August 2006, however, he has been preparing for his new role by mapping out ideas for the strategic planning process that begins Continue 

Carleton’s B.I.B. program celebrates 10 years

Students, faculty and alumni will gather at the Museum of Civilization this month to celebrate the 10th anniversary of one of Carleton’s most distinctive programs, the Bachelor of International Business (B.I.B.). Since its creation, the B.I.B. Continue 

Carleton’s business school exported to China

Still an industrializing economy, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is looking to Carleton University to help modernize its business-management skills. An agreement to offer the University’s Master of Business Administration degree to Continue 

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