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First Year Students Compete for $1000 Prize
We are pleased to announce the winners of the COMM 119 business case competition and Golden Tongue Awards.
Edwards Alumni Named Entrepreneur of the Year
Saskatchewan-based businessman, Murad Al-Katib, CEO of AGT Foods has been named Canada's 'Entrepreneur of the Year'.
Alumni Highlights: Dana Carriere
We catch up with new graduate Dana Carriere (MBA'16).
5th Annual World Mining Competition Hosted in Saskatoon
Teams of students from around the world came together in Saskatoon, SK to compete for top honours in the fifth annual World Mining Competition (WMC) in late October.
Saskatoon Blades welcome Thoma
Bryce Thoma (BComm'06) has been named assistant coach of the Saskatoon Blades
Generosity keeps Labach on track
Thanks to the generosity of U of S donors through the Annual Campaign for Students, Labach's rigorous but rewarding schedule is not compromised by cost.
Open textbook use on the rise at U of S
More than 2,700 students taking 20 courses will avoid the cost of buying a traditional textbook thanks to instructors choosing to use open textbooks.
Chelsea Willness appointed associate dean, research and academic at Edwards School of Business
Chelsea Willness has been appointed associate dean, research and academic for the Edwards School of Business effective August 1, 2016. The appointment will be for a period of five years.
14th Annual Breakfast Celebrates Women of Influence
The sold out event hosted 395 members of the business community and students in celebration of women leadership and achievements.
Edwards Celebrates Honorary Alumni
Without a doubt almost all students, staff, faculty and visitors will have connected with at least one of our new honorary alumni during their journey at Edwards.
Willoughby named interim dean
Keith Willoughby has been appointed dean of Edwards School of Business effective July 1, 2016.
Extra effort elevates Edwards student at U of S
Krista Loewen worked tirelessly for four years to graduate with great distinction this spring in the Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Edwards inspires young U of S entrepreneurs
What started as a summer student position has quickly grown into something much larger for Lenny Williams, a fourth-year accounting student in the Edwards School of Business.
Edwards Celebrates Honorary Degree Recipient
Edwards School honours chief executive officer of Canada's first independent Aboriginal bank, Keith Martell at Spring Convocation.
Dean Taras awarded YWCA Women of Distinction Award
Youth get kickstart on Aboriginal entrepreneurship at U of S
Edwards hosts high school business case competition
Students place second in national agri-marketing competition
Edwards School of Business helps local residents beat the tax deadline
For the 28th year, the Edwards School of Business has helped low-income individuals and families file their tax returns.
2016 Leadership Conference
Agreement between Sask Polytech and the Edwards School of Business improves opportunities for students
Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Saskatchewan's (U of S) Edwards School of Business signed an agreement today that allows business students to transfer between institutions.
Alumnus donates to improve "heart of the school"
Enactus Team Places First in their League of the TD Entrepreneurship Challenge
This past weekend at the Enactus Canada Regional Exposition in Calgary, Alberta, the Enactus University of Saskatchewan team placed first in their league.
Edwards students teach students how to start businesses
Tuesday at Sakewew High School, students got a chance to learn how to start their own businesses from the Enactus group from the Edwards School of Business.
Opening the door to student savings
An open textbook project in the Edwards School of Business is estimated to have collectively saved students $34,000.
Helen Oro Wins 1st Place at the Aboriginal Youth Idea Challenge Awards Gala
On February 27th, The Aboriginal Youth Idea Challenge presented by PotashCorp concluded with Helen Oro of Helen Oro Designs winning 1st place and receiving $6,500 in start-up capital.
- Willoughby named interim dean
Like, um: Edwards rewards students for not using wasted words
Daphne Taras wants to put a stop to filler words. She came up created the Golden Tongue Award. The award is given to first year business students who can give a presentation for more than five minutes without using filler words or relying on a written script.
13th Annual Women of Influence Breakfast Presentation
A sold out crowd of 395 members of the business community and students attended the celebration of women leadership and achievements.
JDC West Team volunteers
Edwards students volunteered their time and warm smiles for the Fourth Annual Festive Dinner fundraiser at the Friendship Inn
Edwards business students at U of S mark $1.4 Million Dollar milestone
Edwards announces George S. Dembroski Student Managed Portfolio Trust has a current value of close to $1.4 million.
N. Murray Edwards Speaks at the Edwards School
Dr. N. Murray Edwards shared his story with faculty, staff, and students
Pump up the (Game) Jam
MBA Candidate Brittany Melnyk is doing her part to change how people think about working in the field of computer science.
Project looks at business in the north
A partnership between northern communities and U of S researchers could improve business prospects across the north
Edwards launches Alumni Network
The new Edwards Network is exclusive to Edwards's alumni and will help them stay in touch with each other and their alma mater.
Edwards School of Business receives $500K for work placements
Thanks to generous support from Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), Edwards business students will have more opportunities to gain valuable work experience while completing their degree.
Edwards students compete in Student Conference on Operations
Dr. Rick Long treks BC Trans Canada Trail
Dr. Long is the first officially recognized person to hike the British Columbia portion of the Trans Canada Trail west-to-east, from its coastline in Victoria through to Peter Lougheed provincial park on Alberta's border.
New program blends business, animal health
Students have been taking part in a new program at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) that gives them the opportunity to graduate with dual Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degrees.
Market research class connects students with bicycling community
Cyclists want safety, and this means more and better-connected bike lanes, especially on busy streets, according to research with community cycling groups conducted by student researchers from the Edwards School of Business.
The Personality of Teams
Joe Schmidt's research featured in article about Football and how personalities can affect outcomes both on the field and off.
Edwards Partnership Gala celebrates experiential learning
2015 Marketing and Management Honours Students
On April 10 the Management & Marketing honours students presented their undergraduate thesis research to Edwards faculty and staff.
2015 Leadership Conference
Edwards School of Business was pleased to host the 2015 Leadership Conference on Wednesday, March 18th.
Enactus team placed first in their league at the TD Entrepreneurship Challenge
The winning project is the Aboriginal Youth Idea Challenge; a program that offers aspiring Aboriginal Entrepreneurs six workshops to develop the skills to create a successful business plan.
Ole Denim stitches itself into Saskatoon's fashion scene
Edwards graduates Ryan Mack and Dallas Siemens unveil raw denim company
Edwards Students placed second in national round of SCMA
Four Edwards students took part in the Supply Chain Management Association of Canada's annual case competition and placed second in the national round.
Saskatoon Students Supporting Youth At Risk
5 students from Edwards are giving up the comfort of their homes to sleep outside for 5 nights to raise awareness of homelessness in the Saskatoon community.
Edwards Student named entrepreneur champ
Edwards School of Business student Jared Koehl has been named Saskatchewan's 2015 student entrepreneur provincial champion by Enactus Canada
Art as inspiration
Schwartz, a 1950 graduate of the College of Commerce, has made the largest Inuit and First Nations sculpture donation in the university's history in the hope the work will inspire students in the school.
A Perfect Union
U of S researchers Dionne Pohler and Barb Phillips teamed up on a project to examine the effectiveness of the print advertising by Canadian unions.
Edwards grad to lead Roughriders
Craig Reynolds has been appointed as the Roughriders' new president and CEO.
- Like, um: Edwards rewards students for not using wasted words