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Using Digital Technology for Positive Behaviour Change

Professor Pavel Andreev received a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Discovery Grant to develop a comprehensive framework to design new habit formation decision support systems. Read more ›

Open access: Removing the barriers to information sharing

Professor Evelyn Rita Micelotta has been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant to study trends in adopting OA in three scientific disciplines: biomedical sciences, physics and chemistry. Read more ›

Honesty is the Best Policy: Easing Job Interview Anxiety

A study by Silvia Bonaccio and co-authors has uncovered new insights into who engages in interview faking and why. The study is the first to examine the link between interview faking and interview anxiety. It suggests that interview anxiety may explain why people with two specific personality traits are more likely to stretch the truth to impress employers during an interview. Read more ›

Telfer Established Researcher Award 2021 – Lavagnon Ika

The Established Researcher Award recipient is a faculty member who has earned national or international recognition for the Telfer School of Management through outstanding and impactful research over the past five years. We are excited to present the 2021 Established Researcher Award to Professor Lavagnon Ika, a professor of project management at Telfer. Read more ›

Telfer Emerging Researcher Award 2021 — Antoine Sauré

In recognition of his exceptional contributions to research and student mentorship, Telfer is thrilled to congratulate Professor Sauré on receiving the 2021 Emerging Researcher Award, a well-deserved achievement! Read more ›

Ensuring food security during extreme weather events by building supply chain resilience

Professor Sara Hajmohammad has been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant to study how supply chain resilience can be enhanced in response to extreme weather events. She will explore the vulnerabilities of supply chain systems during past crises to develop a model that can help build resilience capabilities in supply chains. Read more ›

PhD Spotlight — Alexander Chung

Alexander Chung entered the PhD in Management program at Telfer in 2016, after receiving a master’s in systems science from uOttawa. He is working with Drs. Pavel Andreev and Lysanne Lessard in the Health Systems program. We interviewed him to learn more about his research interests in information systems and business analytics. Read more ›

male and female health professionals in a meeting

On May 26, health system researchers and health care practitioners discussed the benefits and challenges of learning health systems. Panellists also explained how researchers and practitioners can collaborate to implement this framework in Canadian health care organizations. Watch the event highlights now. Read more ›

family of farmers

When nurturing the next generation, entrepreneurial families often prepare their children differently for careers, based on gender. Telfer professors Peter Jaskiewicz, James Combs and Sabine Rau have shown how this gender bias affects the succession strategy in multi-generational family firms.  Read more ›

Improving wildfire emergency evacuation responses by modelling best outcomes

Telfer School of Management professors Jonathan Patrick and Antoine Sauré, and their doctoral student Afshin Kamyabniya, received a National Research Council of Canada (NRC) Ideation Fund – Small Teams Initiative grant to study evacuation protocols and resource allocation during wildfires. Read more ›

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