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Jennifer Lewington

Jennifer Lewington
Business Education reporter
Jennifer Lewington began her 29-year career with The Globe and Mail in 1981 as Ottawa correspondent for the Report on Business. She continues to write for the ROB and is also a Canadian correspondent for the U.S. Chronicle of Higher Education. She writes a weekly roundup of business school news.
Latest articles
Recruiting
Trump drives some international MBA seekers to Canada
Business school news
As they take up assignments, three new business deans plan to build on gains
Ahead of the curve
Smart tech takes on the liquid-steel manufacturing challenge
Entrepreneurship
Vancouver business school reaches out to B.C.'s youngest entrepreneurs
Global demand for MBAs on the rise
Executive education
Executive education reimagined to keep up with the times
Business school news
New business education buildings share the same goal – bringing students under one roof
Indigenous
Indigenous community in B.C. taps into student brainpower
Office
A reboot for BlackBerry’s former offices
Experiential learning
N.B. island puts its future in the hands of Guelph students
Inclusivity
It might be 2018, but LGBTQ employees still face obstacles
Business School News
Dr. CEO: New doctorate degree aimed at veteran executives
Leadership
How two schools are creating battle-tested leaders
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Private donations give specialty programs a shot in the arm
Business school news
Rotman’s ‘career treks’ take undergrads into the workplace to see their futures
Specialty degrees
Program puts liquor retailer in the innovation spirit
The Globe and Mail
Specialty degrees
Specialty graduate degrees spring up to meet emerging needs
Student support
Career coaching gives MBAs an edge in job market
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