University of Manitoba - Asper School of Business

University of Manitoba - Asper School of Business

University of Manitoba - Asper School of Business

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Date Founded

1937

Headquarters

Drake Centre - 181 Freedman Crescent,Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V4

Company Description

The I.H. Asper School of Business has thrived for over 80 years providing world-class education to leaders and innovators who contribute ethically to the social and economic well-being of Manitoba and the world. Taking their place among leading business schools they are committed to transforming research and scholarship, building a community that creates an outstanding learning environment, forging connections to foster high impact community engagement, and inspiring minds through innovative and quality teaching and learning. Their students thrive because of our strong connections with the business community, in a region with high labour demand across all industries, and their intimate class sizes and dynamic course offerings provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and dig deep into the issues and challenges of today’s business world.

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Dean-Emeritus

Professor

Associate

Associate

Distinguished Alumni
Wes Schollenberg is now Managing Director, Broker at Avison Young (Canada), Inc.
James Kinley is now Chief Financial Officer at Medicure, Inc.
David Cortens is now Chief Financial Officer at International Road Dynamics, Inc.
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