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Outreach

The MDIIM Health Initiative plans on hosting several workshops each academic term. These sessions will bring together healthcare providers, administrators and policy makers, as well as private companies and NGOs, to discuss the most significant challenges to positive health outcomes among citizens, including challenges faced by the healthcare system as a whole. Moreover, the Health Initiative plans on creating an Expert Panel in Global HealthCare Initiatives for mentorship opportunities.

About us

The aim of the MDIIM's Health Initiative is to develop a framework to unify the relevant health activities within the Desautels Faculty of Management. While there are great strides being made in the field of health within the Faculty, there is a lack of integration among our areas. The goal is to provide an infrastructure that can serve as an integrative and unifying body of health-related projects.

Ten Stories (and More) about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

11Apr201317:00
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Ten Stories (and more) will bring McGill faculty members from the Desautels Faculty of Management, the Faculty of Arts, and the Schulich School of Music together with industry pioneers in the fields of creativity and com

Empathic Action & Social Entrepreneurship: Change the World and Your Life

21Mar201312:30
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Neuroscience has recently confirmed that we are all born with an innate capacity for empathy.

Contact

SEI general inquiries:

mdiim [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca

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Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management - The Social Economy Initiative
Desautels Faculty of Management
Bronfman Building, Room 104, 1001 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC, Canada | H3A 1G5
Tel.: 514-398-6061

Research

The SEI's research-related goal is to conduct leading-edge research into the social economy for the purpose of actionable knowledge.

Over one third of our professors' research topics relevant to the social economy, including:

Teaching

Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship and Social InnovationThe SEI's teaching-related goal is to prepare a dynamic workforce to lead and serve organizations within the social economy by providing a world-class education.

Charles Eisenstein Presents and Discusses New Book “Sacred Economics”

On Thursday, the Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management and the Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Science welcomed Charles Eisenstein for a discussion regarding his book “Sacred Economics– Money, Gift & and Society in the Age of Transition.” The presentation included a Q&A session, which was followed by a cocktail reception.

Anita Nowak, Integrating Director of Desautels’ Social Economy Initiative, welcomed the audience to the presentation and invited student Mike Lepperd to introduce Charles Eisenstein.

Published: 7Mar2013

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