Oct 18, 2017

Linda Hasenfratz to receive Ivey’s Business Leader of the Year award

Linda Hasenfratz, EMBA ’97, will receive the Ivey Business Leader of the Year award at a gala dinner featuring Canada’s most prominent business leaders in Toronto on October 19, 2017.
Oct 16, 2017

How do we build effective leaders and managers?

When it comes to leadership, character matters. The Globe and Mail interviewed faculty and alumni who could attest to the importance of leadership character.
Oct 16, 2017

Former dean Carol Stephenson, O.C., shares advice with the Women of Ivey Network

Former dean Carol Stephenson brought 40 years of leadership lessons and insights to the soldout inaugural Women of Ivey Network (WIN) Breakfast event in Toronto on October 3.
Oct 13, 2017

Scholarships give female business students a boost

The Globe and Mail features the Linamar Scholarships for Women in Engineering and Business, a new game-changing initiative aimed at strengthening engineering and business leadership.
Oct 12, 2017

How Ivey startup Lending Loop went from classroom to real world

Lending Loop, founded by two HBA alumni, is just one of the examples of how academic research in business schools can be applied in the real world, creating successful new companies.
Oct 6, 2017

Your network is a top benefit of business school

Business school grads know a strong network of colleagues is invaluable. And Ivey’s alumni network is chock-full of impressive people.
Oct 4, 2017

10 tips for career success: Trudy Fahie, HBA ’81

Trudy Fahie, HBA ’81, President and Chief Executive Officer of Walmart Canada Bank, spoke with HBA students about her career highlights and lessons learned, for the Richard G. Ivey Speaker Series.
Sep 29, 2017

Taking it to the extreme: Ivey alumnus tackles triathlons

Mayank Vaid, HK EMBA ’11, was featured in the South China Morning Post about being the world's fastest Indian and taking on extreme triathlons.
Sep 27, 2017

Linamar gift backs future engineering, business leaders

Women seeking to combine engineering and business degrees will receive support from a $5-million investment to Western from global auto parts giant, Linamar Corp., and the families that founded and operate it.
Sep 27, 2017

$5-million gift bolsters women in engineering and business leadership

Linda Hasenfratz and her husband Ed Newton, and Linamar founder Frank Hasenfratz have invested $5 million to create the Linamar Scholarships for Women in Engineering and Business.