Sixty percent of all chocolate is consumed during holidays such as Easter, according to Jordan L. Le Bel. A professor at the Molson School of Business at Concordia University, Le Bel was among experts who participated in a press conference all about chocolate at McGill University today.
A team of McGill MBA students has won first place at one of the largest international case competitions in North America. The Vanderbilt MBA eStrategy Case Competition was held at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where 15 top business schools strove to develop a growth strategy for WebMD Envoy.
As one of Canada's preeminent universities, it's not surprising that McGill faculty, students and alumni regularly pioneer in a variety of fields. As we approach International Women's Day, we'd like to highlight female trailblazers, starting with McGill's principal.
Construction of 740 Dr Penfield Avenue was made possible through one shared vision - to improve health care research for all Canadians. Please read on for an alphabetical list of partners who helped transform that dream into a reality.
McGill University has been awarded major funding for five training programs by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council [NSERC] of Canada and the J. Armand Bombardier Foundation have teamed up to create a new industrial research chair in the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University.
McGill University's Faculty of Education and The English Montreal School Board (EMSB) are pleased to announce an agreement to explore new avenues of collaboration.
The Canadian Intercollegial Lumberjack Championships are being held at McGill University on January 26. About 250 competitors from across North America will compete in 15 events including: sawing, chopping, log-rolling, snow-shoeing, axe-throwing, pole-climbing and water-boiling.
McGill is rolling out the welcome mat this weekend. On February 3, from 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m., the University is holding its annual Open House for prospective students. Siblings and parents are also being urged to attend.
Canada's oldest public natural history museum has received an important injection of funds from Quebec's Ministère de la Culture et des Communications. McGill's Redpath Museum has been awarded $560,000 in grants, which will be used to help renovate the 19th-century landmark and to create a permanent exhibit on the geological history and biological diversity of Quebec.