The Goodman School of Business launched a Research Scholars Program to fund faculty members’ critical business research. The following faculty have been named to the program.
LCBO Spirit Of Inclusion Initiative Research Scholar
Through the establishment of the LCBO Spirit of Inclusion Initiative Research Scholar, university-based research will be used to determine baselines related to diversity in the industry, as well as identify barriers that inhibit growth in diversity within the beer, wine and spirits field. Learn more about the initiative here.
LCBO-Hennessy Cognac Spirit of Inclusion Research Scholar
Charton Hobbs and Moët Hennessy are committed to contributing to research to determine baselines related to gender and diversity in the industry through research and thought leadership, as well as identify barriers, other than financial, that inhibit growth in diversity within the wine, beer and spirits field. Learn more about the initiative here.
CPA Ontario Distinguished Research Scholar recognizes an established researcher who has significantly made a meaningful and important contribution to the development of cutting-edge ideas and thinking that evolve the accounting profession. Learn more about the grant here.
CPA Ontario Emerging Research Scholar recognizes an early-career researcher who has significantly made a meaningful and important contribution to the development of cutting-edge ideas and thinking that evolve the accounting profession. Learn more about the grant here.
CPA Ontario Transdisciplinary Research Scholar recognizes an outstanding researcher who has generated knowledge between, across and beyond traditional accounting boundaries and thus has contributed to the development of cutting-edge ideas and thinking that evolve the accounting profession along with larger business/management professions. Learn more about the grant here.
IPBS Research Scholar supports faculty who provide advocacy and support for cross-cultural student experiences through international exchange by being active in research and scholarly activity. Learn more about the grant here.
GSB Social Innovation Management Research Scholar supports the advancement of Social Innovation Management that elevates understanding of the collaborative creation between organizations and all stakeholders in society, so that in the end, organizations can competently address society’s needs as well as their own requirements. Learn more about the grant here.
CCOVI Research Scholar
CCOVI advances the interests of the grape and wine industry by investing time and resources on its research priorities. As the CCOVI research scholar, he’ll collaborate with core researchers on studying consumer behaviour, including potential opportunities to work in the new AR, virtual reality and sensory reality consumer laboratory at Brock. Learn more about CCOVI here.