All posts by Debra Rughoo

Debra Rughoo is a Writing and Content Specialist at the Ted Rogers School of Management.

A Q&A with LocalStudent co-founder Alex Ryzer

Ted Rogers School of Management Entrepreneurship & Strategy student Alex Ryzer discusses his startup business, LocalStudent, skills gained from his program, help he received from StartUp Certified and his future outlook.  When did you create your business and why? LocalStudent...

/ May 4, 2020

A Q&A with heart transplant survivor Maariyah Rahman

Ted Rogers School of Management Marketing student Maariyah Rahman talks about her recovery after having a heart transplant, her efforts to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation and how her experience and co-op placement helped her find her calling. ...

/ February 11, 2020

New year, new you!

TRSM students and Peer Academic Coaches Julia Siciliano (4th year BTM major/HR minor), Karan Sharma (4th year Global Management major) and Maria Beauts (4th year BTM major) offer advice to their fellow students embarking on a new year: As January...

/ January 27, 2020

A Q&A with graduate and donor Katrina Ann del Rosario

Recent Business Technology Management graduate Katrina Ann del Rosario (BComm, 2019) reflects on her time at TRSM, her valuable co-op experience and why she wanted to give back to support the next generation of business leaders. How was your time...

/ January 21, 2020

TRSM students talk about their co-op experiences

Ted Rogers Co-op students have the opportunity to work at leading organizations in sectors ranging from healthcare and finance to property development and the public service. This allows them to gain valuable work experience and industry connections.  Here are what a...

/ September 9, 2019

Ovais Ahmed’s transition from combat to corporate

While many undergraduate students at TRSM come to our school directly from high school, some are transitioning from different careers.  This was the case for Ovais Ahmed, a decorated two-time war veteran.        After spending nearly a dozen years in...

/ June 24, 2019