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Prof. Hassan Qudrat-Ullah publishes book on testing effectiveness of decision-aiding technologies

A new book on improving human decision making and performance in complex, dynamic tasks is the result of research conducted by Professor Hassan Qudrat-Ullah in the School of Administrative Studies. Qudrat-Ullah demonstrates the utility of laboratory-based experimental methods in dealing with dynamic tasks in his book Improving Human Performance in Dynamic Tasks. The book features […]

BCom students welcomed into new IBM learning space

As part of a new venture with IBM Canada, the School of Administrative Studies (SAS) is pleased to welcome students to a new learning space at the IBM Canada headquarters in Markham, Ontario. This new opportunity joins a long list of flexible and accessible options for students to fulfill their degree requirements. While the course […]

What's new in SAS this fall?

New Students This fall the School of Administrative Studies is pleased to welcome 968 new students to campus. To kick things off, an informative orientation-related Q&A session with upper year students was held. Gurjot Singh, an upper year Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) student was eager to participate and support incoming first years. “Managing my time […]

SAS mourns the loss of Professor Peggy Ng

  It is with deep sadness that the faculty and staff of the School of Administrative Studies (SAS) announce the passing of Peggy Ng, PhD, PStat, Professor of Applied Statistics and Decision Sciences on Saturday evening, May 4, 2019, after a long illness. She served with dedication as Director of SAS from July 2011 until […]

School of Administrative Studies Professor Chris Robinson (Finance) receives Honourable Mention at the Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  Excellence in teaching and research in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS) was celebrated during an annual award ceremony held on Thursday, Jan. 10. The Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching recognized two faculty members and one teaching assistant for their commitment and dedication to students.  Professor Chris Robinson was recognized at […]