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Ian Campbell, hereditary chief of the Squamish Nation, was a member of the first cohort of the Executive MBA in Aboriginal Business and Leadership.

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The following article was published by Business In Vancouver on January 15. By Nelson Bennett.

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From left to right: Beedie School of Business graduate students Vladimir Baydin, Mahad Farrukh, Ahmed Sallaam and Grace Potma.

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A team of Beedie School of Business graduate students has qualified from a field of over 25,000 applicants for the prestigious Hult Prize, the largest student competition in the world.

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A class project in the MBA program has strengthened donor relations at the symphony orchestra in which the student performs.

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Symphony musicians, to their audience, would appear to have a simple job: in black and white uniforms, arrive with their instruments, play with passion and perfection, receive applause, then leave for home.

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naked snacks

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It’s late in the afternoon on a busy day in the office, and hunger pangs are beginning to strike. All too often the only answer is to turn to the usual vending machine options that are salted and high in fat in order to satisfy those cravings. After all, healthy snacking choices are few and far between.

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Veemo

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Two sustainability-related initiatives with their roots in the Beedie School of Business have been named among Canada’s top 15 sustainability projects for 2016.

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Northwest

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New MBA is geared towards Northwest BC Industries.

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Aboriginal North Van

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The following article was published by the Globe and Mail on May 29.

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Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business is launching an MBA specifically addressing the industry issues of BC’s northwest.

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Dora the Explorer

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Beedie School of Business alumna Dora Vanourek is setting her sights high in her latest fund raising adventure.

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The 2015 SFU Net Impact Executive Team. From left to right:  Anna Migicovsky, Margaret Ross, Shannen McDonald, Rosanna Wilbur, and Deepak Bhatia.

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Beedie School of Business MBA students turned their attention to sustainability-related topics last weekend, as they hosted and competed in the 2nd annual SFU Net Impact Sustainability Case Competition.

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