In September 2015 four new faculty members will join the teaching body of the Schulich School of Music. Adding to the current 62 full-time tenure-stream professors, 29 part-time professors and 135 instructors currently teaching at the school are Jean-Sébastien Vallée, Assistant Professor of Choral Conducting, Richard Stoelzel, Associate Professor of Trumpet, and Chair of the Brass Area, Jean-Michel Pilc, Associate Professor of Jazz (piano) and John Hollenbeck, Professor of Jazz (drums and composition). Their appointments
On June 17ththe CREATE HOIM program will be hosting this special seminar marking the end of the NSERC funded portion of the 6-year program. We will be celebrating with a seminar by the internationally renowned researcher Professor Pinar Keskinocak and will conclude with a short presentation by Professor Verter about the achievements and progress of the CREATE HOIM Program. The lecture will take place in the McGill Bronfman Building (1001 Sherbrooke Street W, Room 360).
The annual Neuroscience Nursing Awards of Excellence Ceremony took place May 12 as part of National Nursing Week. The event was a wonderful showcase of dedication, spirit, determination, strength, compassion and innovation. It was an opportunity to pause and celebrate nurses and others who have gone above and beyond this last year making the Transition Plan a reality. We would like to recognize this year’s awardees and again thank all the staff for their hard work and dedication to patient care.
2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the first graduating MBA class at McGill!
From the outstanding business leaders and philanthropists of the first MBA class of 1965 right up to our Hult Prize-winning students today, our MBA program has been a powerful catalyst for talent around the world—over 8,000 individuals who have had a tremendous impact on nearly every field of human endeavour, in business and society.
Join us May 22-23 as we celebrate your accomplishments and embark on the NEXT 50 years of impact.
Join the conversation on social media using #DesautelsMBA50.
Lauréat du Prix d’Europe en 2011, Charles Richard-Hamelin est considéré comme l’un des pianistes canadiens les plus prometteurs de sa génération. En tant que soliste, Charles a pu se faire entendre avec de nombreux orchestres, dont l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, l'Orchestre symphonique de Toronto et le Korean Symphony Orchestra.