Mount Allison officially launched the Ron Joyce
Centre for Business Studies. Joyce, who donated
present to hear Dr. Tim Hynes, the Centre's director,
outline his plan to differentiate Mount Allison's
Commerce Department, and to make the Centre one of
the premier destinations for an undergraduate business
education in Canada.
Mount Allison," says Hynes. "This launch is not about
cutting the ribbon on a shiny new building. It is about
opening new opportunities for our talented students --
engaging them in valuable, real-world learning experi-
ences and providing them with important links to today's
decision makers and the inner-workings of the industry."
ence travel, and case competitions
organizations in the private and not-for-profit sectors
community on an important issue of the day
been named the top undergraduate school in
Canada by Maclean's magazine.
graduate university by Maclean's a record 14 times and
has never placed lower than second.
and engaging experience for our students in a sustain-
able fashion. We are pleased that the Maclean's assess-
ment once again validates our approach," says university
President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Campbell.
categories in the 2010 Maclean's rankings, including
"Student Awards," "Student/Faculty Ratio," "Awards Per
and "Library Holdings Per Student."
asked over 11,000 CEOs, experts,
educators, and community leaders
from across the nation for their
views on quality, innovation,
and leadership, Mount Allison
improved two spots from last
year, ranking second in its
category for "Best Overall" and
"Leaders of Tomorrow."
Mount Allison was also ranked as
having the "Highest Quality" in its category.