McGill MBA grad Brooke Fishback teams up and wins International Diversity prize in the University of San Francisco Plan Competition
Brooke Fishback, McGill MBA'03, along with Poul La Cour from the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and Oren Shrem from Tel Aviv Graduate School of Management, Israel, teamed up to participate in the University of San Francisco Graduate School of Management 2003 International Business Plan Competition this past April 9-12.
BCom student Andres Friedman and alumnus Dan Park (BCom'02) have been awarded Scarlet Keys by Principal Heather Munroe-Blum for their outstanding leadership and contributions to the Faculty of Management.
McGill University has broken its own record for success in the Royal Bank Academic All-Canadian competition, with 132 top student-athletes in Canadian Interuniversity Sport in 2001-2002.
The Financial Times survey of 100 MBA programs in the world, released today, gives the McGill MBA program top ranks in North America: first for international mobility of its graduates, first for percentage of international professors, and in the top five for percentage of international students. Worldwide, McGill graduates rank in the top ten — for the third year in a row — for their international mobility. This criterion is made up of various components, the most important being the percentage of graduates who work in different countries after graduation.
McGill will receive nearly $13 million from three levels of government under the Canada-Quebec Infrastructure Program for the purposes of renovating the 88-year-old stadium. The Montreal Alouettes Football Club will also contribute to the project.
Lise Thibault, sworn in as the 27th Lieutenant Governor of Québec in January 1997, the first woman to ever hold the office, will give a lecture on November 6, 2000.
McGill's massive library catalogue is now Internet accessible, thanks to a powerful web-based search engine: the Aleph 500 software designed by Israeli manufacturer Ex Libris and baptized internally as MUSE 2.
McGill University has decided to award four honorary degrees to leaders in the fields of health, performing arts, law and politics at the Fall 1997 convocation ceremony.
The new M.H. Wong building will house the departments of chemical engineering and metallurgical engineering. This project was made possible thanks to a generous gift from Hong Kong alumnus M.H. Wong.