Professor Vedat Verter’s has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of Socio-Economic Planning Sciences (SEPS) starting January 1, 2011. Prof. Verter's role as Editor-in-Chief of SEPS will be to further develop the reputation of the Journal in the “public sector decision-making” community.
Human Relations Special Issue Call for Papers - Reinventing Retirement: new pathways, new arrangements, new meanings
We welcome conceptual and empirical papers that make clear contributions to this effort. These may include life course approaches, discursive or narrative methods, longitudinal assessments, or cross-cultural or generational perspectives, although they are not limited to these.
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®), a nonprofit educational institution devoted to leadership research and training worldwide, has selected Desautels Faculty of Management Prof. Nancy J. Adler as the 2009 winner of the Walter F. Ulmer Jr. Applied Research Award.
One domain where financial acumen may fruitfully be applied is in environmental sustainability. This mindset has started to shift, as more managers come to realize that economics can provide a way to address and profit from the sustainability challenges that beset human society.
The BRAVO! Excellence in Research Exhibition has established itself as an important opportunity for McGill to showcase its outstanding faculty members and researchers. This year, 24 current groundbreaking research projects will be featured along with Desautels Faculty of Management’s “Reinvention of Retirement” by Professor Mary Dean Lee and CREATE by Professor Vedat Verter.
On February 9, more than 400 people gathered to celebrate high-level research at McGill’s annual Bravo gala Tuesday night at the Science Centre in the Old Port as 21 prizewinning profs were recognized for their achievements. The Desautels Faculty of Management showcased Prof. Vedat Verter and Prof. Mary Dean Lee.
An inside look into Mintzberg’s contemporary Management theories
All Cont. Studies students who want to participate in the Accounting Recruitment must be registered with CaPS for the Fall 2013 session by paying the $60 student service fee plus applicable taxes in person at the CaPS office (Brown Bldg, 3600 McTavish St., Room 2200) in order to participate in the September campaign. The CaPS fee entitles you to all activities, workshops and specialized programs provided by CaPS.
Grad Career Month 2013 intends to shine a spotlight on a range of career paths that graduate students excel in but may overlook when conducting a job search post graduation.
We will introduce you to the illusive world of policy leaders and analysts, project management, communication, pharma careers, management consulting, international development and CEGEP teaching through a series of panels, presentations and speed mentoring events.
Daily Publication Society (DPS) Annual Student Journalism Week
Learn everything you've ever wanted to know about aspects of journalism: everything from how to investigate a tip to media law to copy editing.
Photo Editing Workshop (2pm - 3pm, Shatner B-24)
Learn how a photo gets into the paper: from how to cover an event or story to how to edit your photos.