Sprott School of Business
A special report highlighting Carleton University's Sprott School of Business graduate programs in management
Business schools diversify offerings to meet demands of a specialized workforce
State-of-the-art new home will help Carleton business school attract top students and faculty, raise profile in community, proponents say
Well-known Ottawa entrepreneur and Carleton alumnus Wes Nicol, who died late last year, later served on Carleton’s board of governors and donated $10 million to kickstart funding for a new business…
Four visiting academic and research chairs will come to Carleton University, including an entrepreneurship chair at the Sprott School of Business, as part of a $16-million, 25-year partne
The dean of the Sprott School of Business is leaving the position he has held for nearly a decade to take on a new role to help smooth out the executive shake-up at Carleton University.
Hydro rates, infrastructure and fostering business growth were on the minds of Ottawa’s business leaders as the Mayor’s Breakfast series welcomed Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.
Algonquin College says it plans to construct a new learning centre and Institute for Indigenous Entrepreneurship featuring a makerspace for students to experiment with technology and a multimedia p
He might be riding his proposal for a privately backed commuter train into uncharted territory, but that hasn’t dampened Joseph Potvin’s sense of optimism.
When the architect of the Carleton Ravens’ ascendancy as the top men’s basketball program in Canada decided to take a well-earned sabbatical during the 2015-'16 season, the perfect substitu