Commerce

Inside the war room

Hunkered down in a Goodes Hall breakout room, the Houston Rockets have $21 million to spend.Continue...

Conference audibles

Like the star athletes they want to work alongside, Russell Reeves and Vaanan Thiru are game changers.Continue...

Debts determined by choice of faculty

When they graduate, many students will leave Queen’s with a diploma in one hand and thousands of dollars of student debts in the other.Continue...

Executive Director of Commerce program steps down

The Smith School of Business will begin its search for a new executive director of commerce program.Continue...

Bursting and leaving the commerce bubble

Around this time three years ago, I was anxiously awaiting my acceptance to Queen’s Commerce. At the time, I had already been accepted to every other university I applied to, and I was terrified of being rejected—despite my 96 per cent average and wealth of extracurriculars.Continue...

How the Smith Transparency Project is inspiring change through data

In the wake of ‘ Stolen by Smith ’, there was harsh criticism from those who questioned the credibility of the anecdotal evidence the account relied on. Commerce students were missing empirical evidence to support the patterns demonstrated by the page when trying to understand the needs of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigeneity (EDII).Continue...

‘A safe haven’: The impact of Stolen by Smith, as told by QTBIPOC students and faculty

On July 3, the Stolen by Smith Instagram account launched.Continue...

ComSoc releases Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Course of Action

Aiming to be more transparent about its efforts to support marginalized students, the Commerce Society (ComSoc) released an Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Course of Action for the 2020-21 year.Continue...

QUIC’s investments in fossil fuels outweigh investments in renewables

The Queen’s University Investment Counsel (QUIC), a coveted launchpad for finance hopefuls in the Commerce program, holds more investments in fossil fuels than renewables.

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Kingston aims to keep graduating Queen’s students

The City of Kingston is asking Queen’s commerce students how to keep graduates in the city.Continue...

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