A student-run inter-university conference supported by the Management Undergraduate Society (MUS) of the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University. The conference goal is to spark and nourish interest among students in the role that business plays in the environmental and social sphere. This year's opening keynote speech, by world-renowned environmentalist and activist Dr. David Suzuki, will take place January 31 at 6:30 pm, with a book signing from 4 - 6 pm. For more information and a detailed schedule see website below. Ticket sales information: 10 am-5 pm, Monday through Thursday, in the Bronfman Bldg.
Discussion and cocktail reception
RSVP by email or phone (see below). Information required: full name, work and home phone numbers, and email address.
Caryn Lerner, CEO and President of Holt Renfrew. Conversation, 12-1 pm; light buffet, 1-2 pm.
Join Peter Todd, Dean of the Desautels Faculty of Management, along with professors and students, for the Dean's Homecoming CEO breakfast. One of Canada's leading CEOs, TELUS's Darren Entwistle, MBA'88, will talk about how Canadian business is changing and what it takes to be an effective leader.
Organized by the Master in Manufacturing Management (MMM) program. Features presentations by several OEM and supplier pairs from industry-leading companies engaged in an outsourcing relationship. Industry experts will also speak about outsourcing to low-cost countries and the social impact of outsourcing practices.
3rd Biennial McGill Conference on Global Asset Management - International Capital Markets and Asset Allocation
Desautels Faculty of Management professors Vihang Errunza and Sergei Sarkissian are the organizers for this year's conference.
44th Annual Canadian Industrial Relations Association Meeting - The changing workplace & industrial relations in a globalized world
Professor Bob Hebdon will chair and participate in many of the sessions. Special student rate of $140.
The Desautels Faculty of Management, which is celebrating 100 years of management education at McGill, will hold a reception immediately following the Convocation ceremony. Commerce courses were first offered at the University in the 1906-07 academic year, and the reception is being held to mark this centennial. Graduates receiving their diplomas at Convocation, their families and friends, as well as Desautels students and alumni, are all welcome. Dean Peter Todd and Mr. Marcel Desautels, after whom the Faculty is named and who will be receiving an honorary degree on May 30, will also be in attendance.