Originally posted by Jordan Fujiwara.
I figure after six months you might be a little weary hearing our stories from only me, so I’ve created this blog post in anticipation of some upcoming articles about our program that will be appearing elsewhere. (I’ll populate the post with links as the e-versions get released but if you subscribe to / read any of the publications below keep an eye out for the following pieces!)
Where: Toronto Star
What: Feature article in a supplement on sustainability in business schools featuring Peggy Cunningham (Dean) and Ben Goldberg (student). Ben’s photo will be on the cover of the supplement.
Link: How green is your MBA?
Where: Maclean’s magazine
What: Interview with Peggy Cunningham (Dean) about the program.
Link: Canadian MBA schools climb the global ranks (Sept. 20)
There are also ads appearing in the Globe and Mail and Metro News in November.
Also, here are some articles that appeared earlier this year for your reading pleasure:
Where: The Guardian (PEI)
What: Interview with students Jamie and Katie. Very lively comments section.
Link: P.E.I. natives partner personally, in pursuit of business careers
Where: Financial Post
What: Another interview with Katie Baglole
Link: Connecting capital markets to developing countries
Where: Globe & Mail’s ‘globecampus’
What: Article featuring Jocelyn Ball and other students
Link: The tailor-made MBA at Dal
Where: Globe & Mail
What: Article on choosing and applying for an MBA program featuring advice from Director Scott Comber.
Link: Acing Your MBA School Application (Nov. 1, 2010, article no longer available online)
Where: Canadian Business magazine
What: Article on the program featuring Professors Scott Comber and Rick Nason and students Alyssa Alidina and David Wolters. Plus a big full-page ad.
Link: Biz schools bet on life (Nov. 2010, article no longer available online)
Where: National Post
What: Article featuring Scott Comber’s (Director of the program) views on leadership (Scott’s comments are in the latter half of the article).
Link: Learning the meaning of leadership (article no longer available online)