Lioudmila Krassiouk is the winner of the Dean's Medal for Great Distinction in the MBA Program. This medal is awarded to the graduating student with the highest overall average in MBA II. On behalf of the Faculty of Management and the MBA Office, we congratulate Lioudmila on her outstanding achievement.
Professor Mark Mortensen receives prestigious William H. Newman Award at Academy of Management Conference
At the 2004 Academy of Management Conference, Professor Mark Mortensen received the prestigious conference-wide William H. Newman Award for single-authored papers based on a dissertation.
A 26-member contingent of current and former McGill University students will be taking part at the Summer Olympic Games in Athens.
MUHC warns renovations to Emergency Department of Montreal General Hospital may increase waiting times
Extensive renovations are underway to the Emergency Department at the Montreal General Hospital. These renovations are expected to take a year to complete and will result in a much-needed modernization of the ER.
Researchers show HIV patients may be infected with more than one type of HIV: HIV superinfection.
At the 2004 annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, held in Victoria in June, Projet TRAP (Projet de traitement partagé – sharing cataloguing), initiated by the CREPUQ Working Group on Cataloguing, received two awards: the OCLC Canada/Canadian Library Association Award for Resource Sharing and the Canadian Association of College and University Libraries (CACUL) Innovation Achievement Award. The Working Group includes McGill cataloguing librarian Pat Riva.
Researchers at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre and McMaster University have identified a new player in breast cancer.
Because playing is part of healing, the Montreal Children's Hospital inaugurates its newly renovated outside play area: Parc-en-ciel
The Montreal Children's Hospital (MCH) has reopened its outdoor play area after extensive renovations and refurbishing.
McGill researcher Victoria Talwar, in conjunction with other university researchers, has discovered that children are likely to testify truthfully - even when parents put pressure on them to lie.
McGill researchers discover that HIV patients are not immune to attack by a different strand of the illness. Thus, they must take precautionary steps not to get a secondary infection, or superinfection.