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A New Way to Make a Difference

Whether you’re helping to support Telfer students, or helping the Telfer community develop a better Canada together, there are plenty of ways to make an impact.

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The Telfer Nation Fund
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The Telfer Nation Fund

The Telfer Nation fund provides a way for you to help the Telfer student base continue to redefine business practice for the better. By providing flexible funding that goes towards a variety of immediate student needs, the fund helps keep the Telfer experience one of a kind.

Telfer Nation is open to all who have a passion and commitment to making a difference through business. It is a place that supports students and enables them to reach their potential with a space that allows them to take risks and grow. The Telfer Nation Fund is designed to protect these defining qualities by supporting experiential learning, student wellness, financial support, and school clubs and activities. Give today and help nurture and foster the things that make Telfer a special place for everyone.

Find out more about how your support is creating access and opportunities for the next generation of Telfer students:

Rising Star: Alida Burke
The Ten Year Anniversary of the Legacy Conference: Unlike the Past Nine Years
Learning from the Best: the Executive Mentorship Program
Telfer Students Making a Difference

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The Better Canada Impact Fund

We believe that a better Canada means a better world, and we know that better business practice means a better Canada. It’s why we’re empowering our faculty to use their unique expertise and experience to uncover the insights and understandings that will inform the smart and strategic investment required to build better business practices.

The Better Canada Impact Fund injects resources into the school’s efforts to redefine what business research can accomplish by leveraging business and market understandings to develop a greener, healthier, happier, and wealthier country. Donations will be used to support the research by attracting and maintaining talent, acquiring lab space and equipment, and supporting the use of innovative research methods.

Find out more about how investing in research is leading to new insights and business practices for better business and a Better Canada:

Greener

Greener Leadership Builds Greener Cities

We interviewed Professor Mazutis to find out how approaches to leadership play a driving force in sustainable urban transformation. Read More

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Healthier

Making Smarter Healthcare Choices with Analytics

A team of Telfer researchers has come up with an analytics tool that will help healthcare organizations resume elective surgeries by using personal protective equipment and other surgical resources more efficiently. Read More

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Happier

How Who You Work With Defines The Way You Work

One of the most overlooked aspects of employee satisfaction is meaningful connection with coworkers, which provides support and combats feelings of isolation. Read More

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Wealthier

Uncovering Critical Insights for Women Entrepreneurship Policies

Professor Barbara Orser and her co-authors reviewed policies and practices designed to increase women entrepreneurs’ access to capital around the world. Read More

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To find out more about Smart Money Campaign, we invite you to visit tlfr.ca/smartmoney

If you would like to designate your gift to a more specific area of giving at the Telfer School, visit alumni.uottawa.ca/fund-search and select Telfer School of Management in the Faculty/Service box.

Donors are eligible for an income tax receipt for any donations over $20. Other donation options can include securities listed on the stock exchange, life insurance with uOttawa as the beneficiary or employer matching programs. Check if your employer matches gifts.

Contact Information

Joella Gencher
For donations and scholarships, please contact Joella Gencher
Marianne Soucy
For advancement information, questions or concerns please contact Marianne Soucy
Marianne Soucy
To find out more about the Smart Money Campaign, please contact Roxanne Chénier

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