New ways of thinking, new opportunities
One of the features that makes a school of business perform at a consistently high level is the quality of it’s researchers. At Schulich the scholars have transformed the way management educators understand core issues in many areas, including Marketing, International Business, Accounting, Sustainability, to name just a few.
Research at Schulich
The trajectory of Research taking place at Schulich is on the rise. This is evidenced by our impressive research scores in ranking surveys and our large and growing presentations and visiting appointments at other top business schools worldwide
Research at Schulich has transformed the way management educators understand core issues in areas such as Marketing, International Business, Accounting, Sustainability and Organizational Theory, to name a few.
Research has deepened our knowledge, developed our thinking and expertise , and connected us like never before to the business world and organizations that we study.
Our faculty are the lifeblood of our research program, and the areas of their research are diverse. Many of our faculty have achieved world acclaim through their research and student acclaim with the quality of their teaching and ability to inspire.
- Faculty Profiles Spotlight on Research Newsletter
Schulich has celebrated three Research Day’s to date. Research teams are on hand at each event to explain and discuss their posters showcasing leading-edge management thinking to visitors from the university and business communities.
Presentations included research projects across all management disciplines and industries. Many of the studies were cross-disciplinary and involved collaboration with researchers in other York University faculties, as well as other universities.
- 2017 Poster Gallery 2015 Poster Gallery
“There is an enormous wealth of knowledge created behind the office doors of Schulich faculty. Research Day is the unique occasion, where we open these doors and show to the Schulich community what exciting and groundbreaking work is going on. ”