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This is a current library of stories and news featuring our students, student groups, competitions, our alumni news and more.

If you are a student or alumni of the Faculty and have a story or interesting information to share, we would love to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us anytime at businessandeconomics@uwinnipeg.ca. 

2019:

10/2019: Red River Co-Operative Ltd gifts $25,000 in scholarships to help support students in Cooperative Studies.

09/1019: UWinnipeg FBE professors, Dr. Sylvie Albert (editor) and Dr. Manish Pandey (contributor) have published their new book, 'Innovative Solutions for Creating Sustainable Cities.'

08/01/19:  UWinnipeg researcher takes an inside look at goals and motivation

Spring 2019: UWinnipeg - Preparing For Impact - UWinnipeg magazine

(A Running Start to Career Success with Co-operative Education, page 16)

The Faculty of Business and Economics 2017 - 2018 Year In Review

06/10/19: Intelligent - rather than smart - cities can address the roots of urban challenges. (Dr. Sylvie Albert)

06/05/19: Wu Chung Scholar graduates this spring

05/24/19: Co-operative Enterprises offers students a different view of business

05/24/19: Hugh Grant appointed Dean of Business and Economics

04/21/19: Smart Cities: The promises and failures of utopian technological planning (Dr. Sylvie Albert)

03/28/19: Five Economics students carving their way to success

02/15/19: UWinnipeg business students win first place in case competition

02/13/19: UWinnipeg team to compete in national ethics challenge

02/10/19: Star Trek's formula for sustainable urban innovation (Dr. Sylvie Albert)

01/15/19: Economics Grad at the helm of two creative local businesses

01/25/19: UWinnipeg business student recognized with national scholarship

2018:

12/08/18: S'mores the merrier:  Entrepreneurs give traditional campfire confection a gourmet-style twist.

11/22/18:  UBC Economist: alumna Minet Prinsloo sees the forest for the trees

04/09/18: Does heart disease lead to dementia? (Dr. Luc Clair research)

02/28/18:  Working towards reconciliation through economics

Archived news:

Concordia Program to Teach the Art of Taking over an Existing Business

Providing Business Students with Unique Opportunity

Specialty degrees growing as an alternative to MBAs

Connect with Our Experts and Researchers on Campus

Entrepreneur Ida Albo (UWinnipeg Alumus) to Receive Honorary Doctorate

Faculty of Business & Economics partners with CCARM to study Nutrition Economics