Tag Archives: Schulich School of Business

York U’s green roofs and 3D printing labs all part of Doors Open Toronto

TORONTO, May 24, 2019 – A 27-metre high solar chimney, 3D printing lab, and uniquely designed architecture will welcome visitors this weekend as York University opens its doors to Doors Open Toronto. Visitors will be able to explore the Schulich School of Business’ newest building, the Rob & Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study and Research Building, as well as York’s […]

York U experts available to comment on the 2019 Ontario Budget

TORONTO, Monday April 8, 2019 – York University experts are available to answer questions about how the 2019 provincial budget will impact the economy. Joanne Magee is an associate professor of income tax in the Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies. Magee can comment on income tax law, tax policy for small business and low and […]

Media Advisory: Leading sports, media and entertainment companies look to Schulich School of Business students to grow their business

TORONTO, January 29, 2019 – At a time when companies in the creative industries face increasingly complex business challenges, driven by changes in technology, media consumption and consumer preferences, top talent is essential to helping them navigate the evolving landscape and develop solutions that help build brands, generate revenue and stay ahead of the competition. The […]

Holiday experts on traditions, shopping trends, and avoiding burnout

York University experts available to comment on gendering of toys, online and in-store purchases, perfectionism and more TORONTO, December 13, 2018 – With the holiday season fast approaching, York University experts are available to comment on various topics, from mental health and wellbeing to online purchasing trends and appropriate gifts for children. Tony Burke, associate […]

Is pending closure of GM Oshawa Plant collateral damage from the USMCA?

York U business and trade expert available for comment TORONTO, November 26, 2018 – After news this morning that General Motors Ltd.would cease production at its Oshawa plant as of December 2019, the plant’s more than 2,500 workers walked off the job. According to GM, the restructuring move is part of its broader changes across […]

Will the U.S. Midterm Election results have consequences for Canada?

 TORONTO, November 2, 2018 – York University experts on politics, health, business and trade will be keeping a close eye on the American midterm elections on Tuesday, watching for possible implications for Canada and the world. Power shifts in key states could impact Canadian industries. The overall results of the elections – two years into U.S. […]

Rob Wildeboer awarded Hennick Medal for Career Achievement

TORONTO, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 – The Jay and Barbara Hennick Centre for Business and Law at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business has announced that Rob Wildeboer (LLB/MBA ’85), Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Martinrea International Inc., is the recipient of the 2017 Hennick Medal for Career Achievement. […]