Only three regular-season games remain for the Canadiens, but the race to the playoffs is not yet over. It is, however, looking better for them after taking a stride forward with their 3-1 win in New Jersey on Saturday. How important was it? It's all about winning in the last gasps of a tight race. It's better when players refuse to lose. The name is Mathieu Darche.
We can say with great certainty that there were at least a couple of Montreal Canadiens players tuning into Sunday night's CIS men's hockey finale. They would be McGill alum Mathieu Darche (BCom’00) and centre David Desharnais, who had the Redmen's Francis Verreault-Paul on his wing for four years with the Chicoutimi Saguenéens.
McGill BCom students put their case analysis and presentation skills to the test once again at the 11th annual McGill Management International Case Competition (MMICC 2011) which took place from March 22 to 26. After presenting in the morning and afternoon to two different set of judges, the McGill team placed 2nd overall out of a total of 11 competing universities.
Jenn Heil roared across the finish line of her illustrious mogul skiing career Sunday with zero regrets to go with a massive hardware collection. But off-the-mountain challenges - such as completing her university degree in management and political science at McGill University and raising $1 million to help young women in developing countries.
Several business students at the Desautels Faculty of Management are giving back to the community by volunteering in outreach programs around Montreal as part of a “Leadership Challenge” project.
The rankings based on a survey of 13,388 academics over 131 countries is the largest evaluation of academic reputation and is used partly used in indicators for compiling the well-known Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Judged only on reputation, Canada has captured four spots in the new Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s best.
L'École de gestion John-Molson (Université Concordia), la Faculté de gestion Desautels (Université McGill) et HEC Montréal se sont unies pour organiser une conférence sur le développement durable.
BCom student, Ann-Sophie Bettez and Katia Clement-Heydra each scored once and added three assists as No. 1-ranked McGill cruised to an 8-1 victory over the Montreal Carabins last night to capture the team’s sixth consecutive Ed Enos Cup as champion of the Quebec university women’s hockey league.
On March 5th, 200 participants competed in the annual McGill Trading Simulation, hosted by the McGill Investment Club. Congratulations to the winning team from McGill, the “Roaring Tigers”!