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Administrators responsible for establishing The Great Wall MBA program

Photograph of Associate Provost Phil Laird, Vice Provost Kevin Sawatsky, School of Business Dean Andrea Soberg, MBA Program Director Murray MacTavish, and TWUX International Program Director Geoffrey Feng. In Fall 2013 Trinity Western University launched its International Master of Business Administration program (IMBA) in Tianjin, China, on the campus of the Tianjin University of Finance and Economics (TUFE)

Business School faculty and student with speaker Chuck Chandler

Photograph of Chuck Chandler, President for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia (ICABC) and invited guest speaker, posing with an unidentified student as well as three faculty members from the School of Business. Pictured are Brent Groen, Amanda Flint, and Kevin Sawatsky.

CMA Accreditation

Photograph of representatives of the School of Business receiving a certificate of accreditation from the CMA (Certified Management Accountants). Those pictured include Kevin Sawatsky, Bob Wood, Andrea Soberg, and President Jonathan Raymond

Delegation to China

Photograph of TWU delegates on a trip to China led by BC's Premier. Pictured are Phil Laird, Kevin Sawatsky, an unidentified man, President Jonathan Raymond, and Board member Hugh Little; a sign behind them reads: British Columbia Alumni Ambassadors Reception.

Delegation to China

Photograph of TWU delegates during a trip to China, led by BC's Premier. The sign behind them reads: British Columbia-China Education Partnerships Signing Ceremony. Those pictured include Geoff Feng, Hugh Little, Phil Laird, Kevin Satwatsky, BC Jobs Minister Pat Bell, and President Jonathan Raymond.

Delegation to China with BC's Premier

Photograph of President Raymond with an unidentified man, Premier Christy Clark, Kevin Sawatsky, and Phil Laird, during a trip to China, which included a group of 300 business, industry, and higher education leaders.

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