Disaster and Emergency Management professor Jack Rozdilsky explains how hospitals and cities plan for big disasters and breaks down how medical authorities handle mass casualty events. For the full article click here.
School of Administrative Studies Professor Richard Leblanc speaks about why the lack of training for board members often breeds expense scandals. For the full article click here.
Disaster & Emergency Management (DEM) is one of the unique programs offered at the School of Administrative Studies. The DEM program has recently changed their course codes from ADMS to DEMS. Please keep this in mind when selecting your courses for the upcoming academic year. And remember - DEMS courses still count towards your major […]
Join your CPA Ontario Recruiter Emma Zaorski, SAS Accounting Faculty and SAS alumni to discuss your different pathways to the CPA. Emma will be discussing the benefits of the designation, how to get into the program and details of obtaining your CPA. This will be followed by details on SAS’s newly launched Graduate Diploma in […]
Professor Gary Spraakman, School of Administrative Studies, dug deep into the over-300-year accounting history of the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) and won the Barbara D. Merino Award for Excellence in Accounting History Publication. The award was granted to Spraakman from the Academy of Accounting Historians, at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Accounting Association, in […]
More than 50 accounting and finance professors and graduate students converged at the third Ontario Universities Accounting & Finance Symposium. Representatives came from 11 universities across Ontario, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The event, which took place Oct. 6 […]