McGill University advanced into the number one position in Maclean's annual university rankings issue.
Today's Financial Post noted that the McGill team is taking an early lead in their 2005 MBA Portfolio Management Competition.
Organized by a volunteer team of McGill MBA students, the first McGill University-World Bank Conference was held on October 14, 2005.
By the Times Higher Education Supplement and Research Infosource Inc., respectively.
Topic: "New ways of working: What are the costs and benefits of flexibility in the workplace?"
Bob Willard, renowned author and sustainable business guru, gave an inspirational talk on September 14 based on his book "The Next Sustainability Wave." This event was held in support of the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation and raised over $220.
The Faculty of Management CEO Speakers Series presents: Robert Brown, CEO of CAE, on October 7; Warren Buffett, January 13, 2006 (in Omaha); Robert Milton, CEO of Air Canada, January 20, 2006; Travis Engen, CEO of Alcan, March 17, 2006. For information, contact Professor Karl Moore (karl [dot] moore [at] mcgill [dot] ca), 514-398-4138.
Thanks to a $1-million gift from philanthropist Herschel Victor (BCom'44), the ribbon was officially cut to inaugurate the new lobby in the Bronfman Building that was named in his honour.
On Saturday, October 1, the MBA rugby team defeated the Rotman MBA team 31-0.
Bradley Quon (MD/MBA'05)and Rafael Firszt (MD/MBA'05) found Canadian consumers could save an average 24% by purchasing drugs from online Canadian pharmacies rather than from traditional US drugstore chains.