Canadian business students have opportunities to study abroad, but financial barriers sometimes get in the way of pursuing an international experience. With that in mind, HSBC Bank Canada this week announced financial support for 60 business students from 10 Canadian schools over the next three years to spend a semester abroad as part of their undergraduate degree.
Walter Surface Technologies (Windsor, CT), a global industry leader in surface treatment technologies, has announced that Chester Collier, the senior vice-president of global distribution, has been appointed to the senior vice-president and general manager of the company’s Bio-Circle North America division.
Read full article: Fabricating and Metalworking, October 1, 2015
Twenty-five Canadian universities have been ranked in the top 800 worldwide by Times Higher Education. The University of Toronto (19), University of British Columbia (34) and McGill University (38) are once again the top three Canadian institutions in the annual World University Ranking.
Read full article: CTV News, September 30, 2015
"Human papillomavirus genome replication: host factors and candidate antiviral targets"
"Science Under Negative Pressure: From Host-Pathogen Interactions to Therapeutic Targets for Emerging and Re-Emerging Pathogens"
Lara Deutsch, flute
Philip Chiu, piano
Works by Widor, Taffanel and Prokofiev
Emmanuel Vukovich, violin (Winner of the 2006 Golden Violin)
Winner of the 2015 Golden Violin
MBA students at the Desautels Faculty of Management are immersing themselves in the world of the performing arts as a way to improve leadership skills through a unique workshop in collaborative leadership which uses theatrical improvisation techniques. Taught by actor, writer and producer Rob Nickerson, the workshop includes a series of progressively layered exercises in which students come to both intellectually understand and also experience the benefits of collaboration; seeing when it is present and also when it is absent.
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