BCom finance major David Urquhart's project on the study of the new collective bargaining agreement for the National Hockey League is featured in a Montreal Gazette article, "Urquhart a student of the game" (February 2, 2007), that also noted he is rated as a top defenceman with McGill's Redmen hockey team.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom student Matthew Hertz finished ninth overall at the 2006 UBS Portfolio Challenge. BCom student Alexander Sebastian finished 23rd overall. There were 1,950 participants, including about 1,200 graduate students. Beginning October 15, students were given a month to invest 50,000 fantasy dollars. The top four undergraduates came from Dartmouth, UPenn, Colby and Har
Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Heil has been proclaimed by TIME Magazine as a Canadian hero. Click on "More information" for complete details.
McGill BCom students put their case analysis and presentation skills to the test once again in a case competition where they competed against other business students from across the world.
A carpooling website created by McGill BCom students Lisa Backman, Adam Klein and Isaac Langleben (www.upool.ca) is profiled in the article "In the driver's seat: university students lead the charge on environmental awareness, whether organizing a carpool or setting up a composting service," Gazette (April 6, 2006).
SSMU awards Management Undergraduate Society the Faculty of the Year Award and CASCO the Charitable Event of the Year
The MUS wins Faculty of the Year Award and CASCO takes Charitable Event of the Year.
The 16th Annual Marketing Network Business Luncheon will take place on Friday, March 24, at the Ritz Hotel. This year the event is sponsored again by Ogilvy Montreal, a division of the international advertising firm Ogilvy Group; the keynote speaker will be Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman & CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide. The Annual Business Luncheon is always a great networking opportunity for studen
BCom student Laura Ruhnke writes about her experience with the Swiss hockey team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in the McGill Reporter article "Olympic ideal: Sometimes playing hard is as good as gold," March 16, 2006.
Management Dean Todd is profiled in the interview "Big bucks for broad-minded business," McGill Reporter, March 2, 2006.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom student Jennifer Heil won a gold medal at the Women's Moguls event at the 2006 Winter Olympics on February 11. She is Canada's first medalist of these games and the first athlete to win gold. Congratulations to Jennifer on her oustanding success!