Meet the Deans at ASAC 2019
ASAC welcomes conference attendees to meet three business school deans from prominent Canadian universities. Deans will host sessions to connect with students, recent graduates and business faculty attending the conference and discuss opportunities, trends and the overall landscape for professional growth and development in the business academic community.

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We would like to give the deans an idea of who will be attending their session so they have a good sense of the discussions they should facilitate.
Meet Dean Deborah Hurst
Sunday May 26, 8:15 - 9:00 a.m., GSB 209

Join Dean Deborah Hurst from Athabasca University's Faculty of Business to learn about different career opportunities with Athabasca University and how AU differs from traditional universities. Through her years of experience and expertise, Dean Hurst will share perspectives with students, graduates and business faculty looking to develop new relationships and networks and succeed in the globally connected world of business.

Meet Dean Andrew Gaudes and Dean Mike Henry
Sunday May 26, 12:45 - 1:30 p.m, GSB 209

Join Dean Andrew Gaudes from Brock University Goodman School of Business and Dean Mike Henry from the School of Business and Economics at Thompson Rivers University for an informal discussion on building your career as a business faculty and researcher. Deans Gaudes and Henry will bring their years of experience and share perspectives with students, recent graduates and business faculty looking to build their networks and explore opportunities.

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These sessions are taking place 15 minutes into meal time breaks. Participants are welcomed to grab and bring a plate of food and a drink from the catering provided to the session.
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