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McGill University School of Continuing Studies’ Receives $1.2M in Support of Indigenous Programming

McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies will receive a multi-year grant totaling over $1.2 million from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) to continue designing and delivering education programs for indigenous people. The AANDC accepted two proposals that are part of the School’s Online Courses for Northern Aboriginals in Canada project.

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

« Le G20 des jeunes sera un grand partage des meilleures pratiques partout dans le monde »

Entrevue 60 secondes— Vous représenterez le Canada au Sommet de l’Alliance des jeunes entrepreneurs du G20 à Istanbul, du 7 au 9 septembre prochain. 

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Mechanisms of mechanochemistry in video

The solvent-free mechanochemical synthesis of a metal-organic framework, ZIF-8, was followed in real-time by in situ X-ray diffraction monitoring‎. The movie can be seen here.

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Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Reinventing the Face of Your Frontline Through Digital Recruitment

When it comes to retail, there's one aspect of the customer experience that's substantially more influential than the rest: frontline employees. Because they're often a customer's first touchpoint with a retailer and interact with customers directly on a regular basis, frontline employees act as brand ambassadors who can easily make or break the customer's shopping experience.

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Leadership is about a lot more than being the boss

This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe & Mail. Today I am delighted to sit down with my colleague Henry Mintzberg.

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

First Air, Canadian North codeshare has Nunavut passengers worried

Nunavut travellers are worried that increased co-operation between two of the North's biggest airlines will leave them with fewer options and higher fares. ..."If you had two flights a day where there weren't the seats filled, it might make sense economically to have one flight," says Karl Moore, an associate professor with McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, who has studied the airline industry in Canada.

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Economic performance: Evaluation

Desautels' Professor of Practice Mo Chaudhury evaluates economic performance of Bangladesh. Read full article: BD News 24, August 18, 2015

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Tricon Capital Group Announces Q2 2015 Results and Changes to Senior Management Team

Tricon Capital Group Inc. today announced its consolidated financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2015. 

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Is this video software company set to take hockey analytics to the next level?

What actually happened? What was actually important? Those are water cooler questions that go back a long time. They’re also questions that hockey’s number-crunchers have been chasing for some time now. The challenge in answering those questions, since day one, has been the quality of data. ... Buntin is the CEO of SportLogiq, the Montreal-based tech startup which is looking to change the way coaches, scouts, players, fans and broadcasters look at the game.

Published on : 19 Aug 2015

Graduate Option PhD Cheryl Thompson Wins Canadian Journal of History's Graduate Essay Prize

http://blog.utpjournals.com/2015/08/10/reflection-from-cjhach-2015-graduate-essay-prize-winner/

Published on : 18 Aug 2015

Vermögensverwalter Blackrock der "große Elefant im Teich"

Groß ist gleich gefährlich, diese Gleichung wird spätestens seit der Finanzkrise aufgemacht. Sie gilt für Banken, die als zu "big to fail" bezeichnet wurden.... Massimo Massa lehrt an der französischen Business School Insead, Davi Schumacher an der McGill University in Montreal und Yan Wang an der Erasmus-Universität in Rotterdam. Der Kern ihrer Untersuchung: Aneger werden dann nervös, wenn sie zu viele Aktien in einer Hand sehen. 

Published on : 18 Aug 2015

Updated Undergraduate and Health Sciences

The undergraduate eCalendar, as well as the Health Sciences eCalendar has been updated! Changes have been made to course information and new programs have been introduced. Browse to your faculty or school to find the most up-to-date offerings at www.mcgill.ca/study

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Published on : 18 Aug 2015

DISE PhD student Rachel Zellars leads petition to Quebec toponymy commission

A petition started by McGill PhD student Rachel Zellars is asking Quebec's toponymy commission to rename 11 locations in the province. National Post's Katherine Wilton reported on the petition in an article published Thursday, "Change names of Quebec places with N-word in them, petition asks Quebec commission" (Katherine Wilton, Postmedia News, August 13, 2015). Over 600 people have signed the petition, reports Wilton.

Published on : 17 Aug 2015

Subject guides now available using LibGuides

Today the Library launched our subject guides on LibGuides, a specialized publishing system that makes it easier for us to provide you with helpful information that is easy to find and use. You can access these guides as you normally would through the Subject Guide links on the home page. Note: The URLs for the guides have changed, so any bookmarks or links that you have created to these subject guides will need to be updated.

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Published on : 14 Aug 2015

WorldCat system issue has been resolved

Update: Friday, August 14 at 4:44 PM OCLC is reporting that the system issue has been resolved. They recommend that anyone still experiencing issues with the WorldCat service clear your browser cache and try again. If you continue to experience issues with WorldCat, please let us know!  

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Published on : 14 Aug 2015