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Francophones on campus: A tightly woven community open to all

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This Francophonie Month, Telfer is highlighting the inclusion of the French language and Francophone culture in our community.  Read more ›

Dean Stéphane Brutus Meets Telfer Students at the Casual Fireside Conversation

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The ninth of March marked the first day of Dean Brutus’ journey at the Telfer School of Management. Despite all classes being held online, the new Dean couldn’t wait to get in touch with his new environment: “When I signed my contract I was in Montréal and something was a bit off. The first thing I did on my first day was drive to Ottawa, get the key to my office, and worked from there,” Dean Brutus confessed. “It was important for me to be present and ‘touch’ Telfer and really incarnate the role from day 1. The next step is to get everybody else on campus and get the real feel, give some ‘high fives’ to everybody when it will be allowed, but it was a start,” he added.  Read more ›

Tackling PhD training: Insights from Telfer’s first PhD cohort

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The Telfer PhD in Management program opened its doors to welcome the first cohort of PhD candidates in the fall of 2016. Eight exceptional candidates among 28 applicants were admitted into the brand-new program. They committed themselves to tackling the journey that is PhD training, surely not fully aware of the erratic ride of challenges and victories ahead of them. Four years and one semester later, Vusal Babashov was the first student to successfully defend his thesis on January 18, 2021, and he is the first graduate from the Telfer PhD in Management program. Considering the hurdles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a remarkable achievement.  Read more ›

Telfer’s French and bilingual clubs make an impact on our Francophone community

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As part of the University of Ottawa, the Telfer School of Management prides itself in offering bilingual opportunities in countless ways within the world’s largest English and French university. Nine out of the eleven Bachelor of Commerce programs are offered in the French, which means a student proficient in English and French can choose to study in English and in French, or in one of these two languages.  Read more ›

black business man talking smiling in workplace

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This year’s 6th Annual Diversity and Inclusion MBA Case Competition hosted at the Telfer School came to a close on March 5th, where 10 teams competed against one another. Held in close partnership with Export Development Canada (EDC), Deloitte and Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), the competition lasted over the course of 2 weeks, where participants had to examine emerging challenges and propose solutions pertaining to an assigned case on this year’s theme: Systemic Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Workplace.  Read more ›

Young woman working on a laptop

 |  Category: Student Voice

Nowadays, it’s no secret that the path to entrepreneurship is far from being a walk in the park, and more so for women, who face many more challenges compared to their male counterparts. That being said, there is a growing number of women around the world who are leaving their traditional jobs to work on their own businesses.  Read more ›

zoom group photo of women in the boundless leadership program

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Today’s article is written by team member Stephanie Thompson. Stephanie is a program officer at Telfer Executive Programs. She manages logistics and administration for a wide portfolio of programs, ensuring high-touch client service and maintaining a standard of excellence in program delivery. Among her portfolio of programs, she is responsible for the Boundless Leadership: A Breakthrough Program for Women.  Read more ›

Young woman entrepreneur walking down the street

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It is clear that as society evolves, entrepreneurship has emerged as a driving force of our modern economies. Following the various advances in women’s rights and liberation around the world, it was only a matter of time before women began to conquer the entrepreneurial world.   Read more ›

Telfer MHA Students are Shaping a Healthier Debate for Health Care in Canada

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Our Master of Health Administration (MHA) students are shaping a healthier debate with their final assignment as part of the Health Care in Canada course (MHA6360). This course, led by Assistant Professor Agnes Grudniewicz, consists of an interesting project as the final class assignment which involves an online publication opportunity. The students were to prepare an opinion article on a chosen topic of interest with the ultimate objective of being published in Healthy Debate, a Canadian online publication that aims to provide easy-to-understand information about the health care system. Read more ›

uOttawa International Womxn's Week 2021

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On March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. This year from March 1 – 9, Invest Ottawa with its partners will run the 3rd Annual International Womxn’s Week (IWW) with a shared goal - to inspire, equip and empower womxn professionally. It will take all of us working together to expedite change. That is why we’re partnering with Invest Ottawa to bring nine jam-packed days of virtual events to you. Vist the Invest Ottawa website to register for all other events in the community. Read more ›

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