1919-1950
Establishing the First National School of Business
A combination of avid supporters, skilled faculty, and innovative courses lays the foundations that lead towards the establishment of the first national school of business.
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1948-1969
Expanding the School
The School steadily expands upon earlier plans and puts them into action, from the implementation of new programs and methods, to the formation of new appointments who lead the growing institution.
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1969-1995
Becoming Ivey
The School rapidly expands their recruiting network by connecting with key players whose contributions secure the School's reputation in Canada.
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1970-2000
World-Class Expansion
Moving to establish an international presence, the School begins to invest in research to further the field of business education as a whole.
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1998-2019
Growing Impact
As Ivey advances into the 21st century, the School makes strides in developing successful future leaders, pioneering meaningful research, and giving back to communities all around the world.
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Campus Foundations
Ivey looks back on the places in which it has been housed, from humble beginnings in the basement of Huron College to the stunning Richard Ivey Building.
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The Ivey Family
The Iveys have remained founders, benefactors, and advisers of the School for 65 years and counting. Their vision for excellence is tied to the School's identity.
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School Leadership Evolution
The wonderful visionary leaders who have guided the School through nearly a century of rich history and continue to navigate its transformative milestones today.
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