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Corporate Knights' release of 2016 Better World MBA ranking reveals growing commitment to sustainability education in business

Today Corporate Knights releases the 14th edition of the Better World MBA Ranking, which is the only major global ranking to evaluate graduate business programs on their integration of sustainability into the education of future business leaders. Top programs include Canada's Schulich School of Business at York University, followed by MIT's Sloan School of Management and Duquesne University's Palumbo-Donahue School of Business.

Published: 14Oct2016

Open Forum on sustainability elicits wide range of ideas

On Sept. 30, Frédéric Bachand closed the Open Forum on the Recommendations of the 2016 CAMSR Report on Divestment with a final meeting at Macdonald Campus.

Published: 14Oct2016

Women are leaving engineering because they are not taken seriously

Female engineers are leaving the field because they are not taken seriously, according to a new study.

Co-author of the research, Professor Brian Rubineau said, “Although engineering programs have focused on reforming their curricula to encourage women’s participation, we are finding that social interactions outside of classrooms are contributing substantially to women’s negative experiences of the field.”

Read full article: We Are the City, October 5, 2016 

Published: 14Oct2016

Restaurant Week Back this October

One of the region’s favourite culinary events is back and Cornwall's best chefs are promising once again to tickle the taste buds of patrons lucky enough to score a reservation at one of the 9 participating restaurants.

Published: 11Oct2016

Managers and leaders in high demand

In a crude sense, management can be broken into three parts - man, age and ment. It essentially speaks about people, times and actions. Veteran management thinker Henry Mintzberg often advocates that successful management involves interpersonal, informational and decisional roles. 

Read full article: Daily FT, October 10, 2016 

Published: 11Oct2016

Why female engineering students leave the field

Female engineers are leaving an already male-dominated engineering field due to a culture that does not take them seriously, according to Professor Brian Rubineau of Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University.

Rubineau, along with co-authors Carroll Seron (UC Irvine), Erin Cech (University of Michigan) and Susan Silbey (MIT), found that unchallenging projects, blatant sexual harassment and greater isolation from support networks contribute to women’s exit from engineering.

Published: 11Oct2016

MBA Significant Other Welcome

The Desautels MBA Office hosted the inaugural Significant Other Welcome event on October 6th, 2016. Spouses and partners of those pursuing their MBA at Desautels were invited to brunch for a unique opportunity to mingle and learn more about the program. The day culminated with a campus tour and a group picture in front of the Redpath Museum, the traditional location for MBA class pictures. Given the success of the event, the MBA Office anticipates hosting similar initiatives to foster an even closer community among their students.

 

Published: 7Oct2016

Sexism and stereotyping sees female engineering students leave the field

Female engineers are leaving an already male-dominated engineering field due to a culture that does not take them seriously. Researchers have found that unchallenging projects, sexual harassment and isolation from support networks contribute to women’s exit from engineering.

Female engineers are leaving an already male-dominated engineering field due to a culture that does not take them seriously, according to Professor Brian Rubineau of Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University.

Published: 6Oct2016

Why female engineering students leave the field

Female engineers are leaving an already male-dominated engineering field due to a culture that does not take them seriously, according to Professor Brian Rubineau of Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University.

Rubineau, along with co-authors Carroll Seron (UC Irvine), Erin Cech (University of Michigan) and Susan Silbey (MIT), found that unchallenging projects, blatant sexual harassment and greater isolation from support networks contribute to women’s exit from engineering.

Published: 6Oct2016

Resistance through difference: The co-constitution of dissent and inclusion

Authors: Gagnon, S., Collinson, D. L. 

Publication: Organization Studies 

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Published: 6Oct2016

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