Invitation to all Undergrad Students and Academic Advisors to join us for a pizza lunch and attend an Information Seminar on the Masters of Arts in Teaching and Learning (MATL) to explore opportunities for students to further their studie
"The Canada-European Union trade agreement has been dealt what could be a fatal blow after the Belgium’s Walloon parliament voted by a large margin on Friday not to accept the agreement." (The Globe and Mail)
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4 O'Clock Forum: Gene regulatory networks in rice: the effects of high temperatures, water deficit and agricultural fields on regulated gene expression
Corporate Knights' release of 2016 Better World MBA ranking reveals growing commitment to sustainability education in business
Today Corporate Knights releases the 14th edition of the Better World MBA Ranking, which is the only major global ranking to evaluate graduate business programs on their integration of sustainability into the education of future business leaders. Top programs include Canada's Schulich School of Business at York University, followed by MIT's Sloan School of Managementand Duquesne University's Palumbo-Donahue School of Business.
Interview with Paola Pérez-Alemán, PhD, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Management, McGill University.
Read full interview: Latin Trade, October 13, 2016
Senators have proposed emulating the UK’s NHS approach on citizen-centred healthcare and have urged the Oireachtas to consult with as many citizens as possible on the ‘important future’ of Irish healthcare, writes Lloyd Mudiwa.
...She also proposed that the Future Healthcare Committee consult with some of the experts who advocated for the proposals outlined, such as Dr Henry Mintzberg of McGill University, senior health economist Robert Yates of Chatham House, and Prof Michael West of the King’s Fund.
ISID is pleased to announce the launch of our new publication series, Research to Practice Policy Briefs. The papers, which were made possible by generous funding from the Canadian International Development Agency as part of our ongoing Strengthening the Contributions of Universities to Evidence-Based Policymaking project, touch on a number of cutting-edge topics in development. We feel they are excellent examples of how top-notch university-level research can be used to develop innovative solutions to the urgent challenges that organizations like CIDA must address.