Thanks to the investment and involvement of our community, Sauder delivers learning experiences that invigorate, generates ideas that enlighten, and builds partnerships that inspire. Explore some of the examples of what we are achieving together.
Ch'nook's Aboriginal Management Program a career boost for Alumna
For nearly a decade Jennifer Forbes was a Senior Justice Advisor at a not-for-profit organization that provides traditional, indigenous and alternative approaches to justice issues within Metro-Vancouver.
Goldcorp funding enables Indigenous business talent to thrive at UBC Sauder
Financial gifts, such as the one provided by Goldcorp, help create a more level playing field that allows community members to transcend socio-economic barriers.
Investing in tomorrow’s leaders
Scholarship brings BCom student closer to pursuing a career in Business Technology Management
Values Based Education
Donors are not just creating programs, awards and new research opportunities. Their input actually helps to shape the culture at the school.
Paying it Forward
The alumni base in Hong Kong has so much reach. Basically, for any sort of business, we can find someone who is either in it or has been in it. It’s a six-degrees-of-separation type of place.
Strength in Adversity
Lauren didn’t leave living until later— she didn’t want to be defined by her illness. Having hope, staying positive, and even doing some independent travel was key.
Thanks to the Leith Wheeler scholarship, the power of education is something I will share with my community. The experience I had in the Ch’nook Aboriginal Management Program will not only benefit me, it will also impact those who I help in my everyday work.
Big Data Future
Andy’s funding helped me to establish the evaluation
process for the rankings presented in the (airport
efficiency) report, which has now gained solid traction
and is regarded as a top resource around the world.