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Mar 21, 2019

HBA Sustainability Certificate: A Closing Ceremony that opened new doors

Helen Schreyer is an HBA1 student. She is part of Ivey’s Sustainability Certificate program and took part in its closing ceremonies. She blogs about the experience.
Feb 11, 2019

Joseph Pallant: Blockchain’s role in climate change

Nina Xu, an HBA ’19 and Sustainability Certificate candidate enrolled in Ivey’s Corporations & Society class, attended Joseph Pallant’s presentation on February 5 and blogged about the experience.
Feb 4, 2019

Social Impact Conference gives students a jumpstart on careers

Ivey’s second annual Social Impact Conference took place recently, providing Ivey students with a comprehensive toolkit to jump start their careers in the impact space.
Feb 4, 2019

Bringing innovation to the classroom

On January 29, Eric Beynon spoke to HBA students enrolled in the Corporations & Society class.
Jan 22, 2019

Students compete in Social Venture Case Competition

Students brainstorm business ideas to get Canada to net-zero emissions in the student-run Social Venture Case Competition.
Dec 20, 2018

Competitor collaboration wins Canada's Clean50 award for NBS

The Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) has won a 2019 Clean50 Top Project Award for its work on competitor collaboration.
Dec 14, 2018

Diane-Laure Arjaliès co-authors report on the sustainability CFO

Professor Diane-Laure Arjaliès, along with professors from Toulouse Business School and HEC Montréal, publish a report about the position of sustainability CFO.
Nov 26, 2018

Supply Chain 2030

The Supply Chain 2030 panel led by Ivey's Jury Gualandris looked at the challenges and opportunities of moving towards a more circular economy where materials are more readily recovered and re-used along the supply chain.
Nov 19, 2018

Making technology work for business and society

How can technology be a positive force for Canadians? That was the topic of discussion for 150 cross-sectoral business, government and non-profit leaders at Ivey’s Canadian Business Frontiers event on November 9 in Toronto.
Nov 13, 2018

Ivey researchers provide a glimpse into a disruptive future

For the past year, Ivey professors Tima Bansal, Eric Morse, and Gerard Seijts have conducted intensive interviews with global leaders to gauge the impact of disruption on the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. They shared their findings at the Future of Business Education Evening.