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Originally published in The Globe and Mail (September 20, 2018) Lorraine Monteiro is proud of her role as recruitment co-ordinator at Cuso International, a non-profit organization that places skilled volunteers... More
Sprott School of Business’s international focus and experiential learning provide students with the knowledge to...
Originally published in the Ottawa Citizen on September 24, 2018 When, in her role as a sustainability consultant, Jane Porter assists companies and organizations identify risks or implement social, environmental... More
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Sprott PhD’s Research Helps Immigrants Become Workplace Leaders
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Sprott alumni give back through Sprott Serves
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