Smith School of Business

Queen’s raising tuition for incoming undergraduate students from outside Ontario

Queen’s released its 2022-23 Operating Budget , which plans for the University to be in a steady financial position after drawing $43.5 million from its reserves.Continue...

Queen’s Commerce Dean implementing one-drink alcohol policy

Smith School of Business is moving towards a one-drink policy at Smith sanctioned events.Continue...

Senate considers alternatives for remote learning

On Jan. 25, the Senate convened to discuss questions surrounding academic programs at the Smith School of Business, graduate student supervision policy, and COVID-19 updates for the community.Continue...

QFA to welcome RBC president

The Queen’s Financial Association (QFA) will host David McKay, president and CEO of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in their “Road to CEO” event.Continue...

Queen’s professors win Ideas Worth Teaching Award

Two Queen’s educators have won an Ideas Worth Teaching award for a business course that teaches students how to integrate traditional Indigenous ways of knowing with modern business practices in the workplace.Continue...

New Smith School of Business dean talks collaborations and the importance of having difficult conversations

“I view post-secondary education as the provider of talent.”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...

Wanda Costen takes over Smith School of Business deanship

Queen’s has found its new Dean of the Smith School of Business: Wanda Costen.Continue...

Following months of student advocacy, Smith School of Business releases EDII Strategy and Action Plan

Smith School of Business released its EDII Strategy and Action Plan in March with an aim to take responsibility and hold itself accountable to principles and values of equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigeneity (EDII).Continue...

November Senate: The search for the new dean of Smith School of Business continues

Queen’s Senate met over video-chat platform Zoom this past Tuesday.Continue...

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