Faculty

'Had to be done'

McGill University professor Karl Moore discusses the challenges Bombardier faced and why the layoffs 'had to be done'.

Watch full video: The Loop, October 21, 2016 

Published: 24Oct2016

Une farine à base de sauterelles pour réduire la faim dans le monde ?

Depuis quelques temps, la nourriture à base d'insectes semble de plus en plus populaire. Un succès qui pourrait bien encore monter d'un cran avec cette découverte. Des étudiants de l'Université McGill ont mis au point une farine fabriquée à base d'insectes et destinée à faire du pain et d'autres aliments.

Published: 24Oct2016

Celebrating Social Innovation and Impact Interns in the Quartier de l’innovation

15Nov201617:00
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Join McGill’s Social Economy Initiative and Social Innovators’ Integration Lab (SIIL) as they celebrate the 4th cohort of the SEI Impact Internship Program. This unique internship program pairs McGill's top undergraduate students with social-purpo

Buying Stability: The Distributive Outcomes of Firm Responses to Risk in the Bolivian Mining Industry

27Oct201612:30
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Leacock Building Room 232 , 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7, CA

Location: Leacock Building, room 232 
Date & Time: 12:30 - 2:00 pm 

McGill Innovation Week: Build a Startup with McGill's Inventions

16Nov2016
Bronfman Building Room 201-202, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

The McGill Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurship is proud to present their second annual event, Build a Start-up with McGill Technology.

Questions pour un patron: la force des employés est le secret du succès

LE PARCOURS DE MARTIN BACHANT EN BREF

Âge : 51 ans

Études : Martin Bachant est titulaire d'un MBA EDC de l'Université McGill et d'un baccalauréat en marketing de l'Université du Québec à Montréal.

En poste depuis : décembre 2014

Nombre d'employés : plus de 400 au Québec et 2500 au Canada

Published: 20Oct2016

Trade-offs and disappearing acts: shifting societal discourses of diversity in Canada over three decades

Authors: Cukier, W., Gagnon, S., Roach, E., Elmi, M., Yap, M., Rodrigues, S.

Publication: The International Journal of Human Resource Management 

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Published: 20Oct2016

The 23-Year-Old Behind Soular Is Bringing Solar-Powered Backpacks To Children In Africa

Salima Visram is the 23-year-old entrepreneur behind the Soular, a backpack company equipped with solar panels, which allow children who don’t have access to electricity in rural parts of Africa to study at night without having to use an expensive and carcinogenic kerosene lamp. Soular will be launching a new one-for-one model today, through the sale of trendy backpacks on HSN in collaboration with Disney, alongside their new movie, Queen of Katwe, which is set in rural Uganda, where the kerosene lamp is central to the plot of the story.

Published: 18Oct2016

Lupita Nyong’o Stuns on Latest Vogue Cover, Interview Earns Praise

Lupita Nyong’o is earning praise from Black social media users for a quote she made in a fashion magazine. The comment landed on the publication’s cover and caused many to see it as a welcome change in the industry.

The Vogue magazine quote cements Nyong’o’s representation of African-Americans and minorities.

“I want to create opportunities for people of color.”

...Forbes reported Nyong’o and the Soular Backpack team went to Katwe, Uganda with Disney after Queen of Katwe filming ended. There, they handed out the backpacks.

Published: 18Oct2016

Flatbook rebrands as ‘Sonder,’ lands $10 million investment

Montreal’s Flatbook is rebranding as “Sonder” amid a large fundraising escapade that will see the startup bank $10 million.

The startup formerly focused on providing premium short term rentals for travellers in select North American markets. With today’s announcement, Sonder will offer 500 “hometels,” which are places that possess the authenticity of peer-to-peer home rental along with the services of a hotel.

Published: 18Oct2016

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