Students

Desautels MBA-Law student to spend year with Supreme Court of Canada

Published: 22Mar2017

Aly R. Háji, a student in the joint MBA-Law program at McGill University, has been selected to fill one of twenty-seven positions as Clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada. Under this highly...

Luc Papineau’s next big thing

Published: 4May2017

After four years as VP and Director at Valeurs Mobilières Desjardins, Luc Papineau (BA’81, MBA’91) thinks it’s time to kick his game up a notch by doubling VMD’s Montreal-area advisors and diving...

Rima Qureshi leaves Ericsson North America after less than a year as boss

Published: 16May2017

After less than a year at the job, Ericsson Senior VP and head of North American operations Rima Qureshi (BCom’87, MBA’96) has left the company. Chief Strategy Officer Niklas Hueveldop has stepped...

MBA alumnus appointed to Board of Vitalhub

Published: 19Oct2017

Vitalhub Corp. has announced the appointment of Mohan Plakkot (MBA'09), Partner and Chief Strategist at Valsef Capital, to its Board of Directors....

Academic Career Weeks 2018

19Mar2018
to
28Mar2018

Designed for PhD’s, Academic Career Weeks will provide a series of panels and presentations addressing key elements of the doctoral process and the academic job search.

Introducing our newest Global Experts

Published: 7Jun2017

The Desautels Faculty of Management welcomes Darshan Jain (MBA’88) and Harsha Rajamani (BCom’06) as its latest Desautels Global Experts.

Crickets: a healthy food choice that’s tasty too

Published: 16Oct2017

Mohammed Ashour (MBA'14) and the Aspire Group have come a long way since winning the Hult Prize in 2013 for their vision of creating a high-tech cricket farm to produce foods for human consumption....

Armstrong Building opens to students

Published: 12Jan2018

Our new MBA & Masters building is named for Professor Donald E. Armstrong, PhD’54 (1925-2011)....

Swimmer, Pharmacist and bank CEO: a Desautels alumnus’ journey

Published: 2May2017

Barclays Bank Kenya CEO Jeremy Awori (MBA’96) more or less fell into banking. He started out as a competitive swimmer, but when his Olympic dream fell apart he went to the UK on a scholarship and...

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