First Annual Bissett School of Business Sing or Dare Sponsorship for United Way Calgary
This October, in the spirit of giving and thankfulness, the Bissett School of Business is putting forth a challenge for each department (Accounting/Finance, General Management/HR/Aviation, Entrepreneurship/Marketing/Social Innovation) to raise funds for the United Way Calgary.
The premise of the challenge is to collect pledges and sponsor a faculty/staff member or a student to Sing or Dare in the Atrium on Thursday, October 29th, 2015 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. (Refreshments will be provided).
If the entertainment value alone is not enough to motivate you, there will be two prizes awarded: One to the area raising the most money and the second prize to the area with the highest number of participants/sponsors.
The United Way Calgary’s mandate is to drive social change in three focus areas: Poverty, Kids and Community. We encourage faculty, students and staff to accept the challenge and foster team-building and community here at Bissett.
Pledge forms can be picked up at Reception (EB2005).
Alan Dwyer commentary on Euromoney, special issue on Sub-Saharan Africa Economy
“African economies are particularly exposed to China, and despite a range of stimulus measure having been attempted by Chinese economic authorities, little traction has been gained as of yet”
Allan Dwyer, Bissett School of Business,
Mount Royal University
See attached full report (pages 1 & 2): ADwyer – Sub Saharan Africa 2015
Curtis Lefthand, Bissett student – a voice in the aboriginal cultural scene in Calgary.
Curtis Lefthand is studying Business Administration-General Management at Mount Royal University.
Lefthand, 23, of Blackfoot/Sioux descent, sees a lack of understanding of aboriginal issues.for Canadians in general. “It’s kind of embarrassing for people to be unaware of issues right in their backyard. These issues aren’t well presented in the media and not many people are willing to learn and study First Nations culture and its history,” he says.
Read the full article here: LIFE AS A FIRST NATIONS PERSON IN CALGARY’S HARDCORE PUNK SCENE
Dr. Melanie Peacock from the Bissett School of Business joins Global Calgary with details on the impacts of losing your job.
Congratulations to Dr. Melanie Peacock on her timely and very topical contribution to Global Calgary. To see Dr. Peacock’s interview, please click on the link below: