The Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability 2010 held on January 28-30 at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, with the theme "A Catalyst for Change". This year's keynote speaker is Dr. John Francis Talk Title: Redefining Environment Thursday, January 28, 6:00 p.m. in Leacock 132. For more information or to register go to: http://www.mcgilldbcs.com/
With around 200 companies in over 30 countries, the Virgin Group is active in leisure, travel, tourism, mobile, broadband, TV, radio, music festivals, finance and health and through Virgin Green Fund they are investing in renewable energy and resource efficiency. Richard Branson was knighted in 1999. Sir Branson will speak as part of the Peter Brojde Leadership Lecture on Feb. 16th, 2010
The Desautels Faculty of Management Undergraduate Society presents its annual Wanderlust, the P[h]assion fashion show. 100% of the proceeds will go to the MAC AIDS fund.
As part of the Faculty of Management Leaders Speakers Series, Paul Tellier, CEO of Bombardier, will be here to speak to Management students.
Consider three professionals: Sam, Jane and Bob. Sam works in a skyscraper with a gorgeous view of the city. Jane works in an industry that revolves around cosmetics and beauty care products, and Bob draws up spreadsheets and financial models every day. Which one do you think is the accountant?
Anupam Palit (BCom’02), senior research analyst at Greencrest Capital Management, talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about the drop in Facebook's stock price with yesterday's lockup expiration and what investors should watch for going forward. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."
In the time it takes most MBA students to pull out their notebooks and iPads for a class on microeconomic theory, Usain Bolt would have run clear across campus and been in a cab on his way to discuss his latest lucrative sponsorship offer. At least he would if he were enrolled in business school, which he’s not. But should he be?
The Undergraduate Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the winners of In-Course Student Prizes (for returning students). Please join us in congratulating these exceptional students:
Take a few moments and list the companies an accounting student could potentially work for. Was Cirque du Soleil on that list? Chances are it probably wasn’t, and why would it be? Most people don’t automatically think of Cirque du Soleil as a place to attract the financially minded who draw up financial statements and handle tax related issues.
The Undergraduate Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the graduating prize winner: