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Nicol Korner-Bitensky, associate professor at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, talks about research on retraining programs for older motorists.
MBA student Stephan Lukac has won the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA)/Sobey's marketing research competition for his presentation "Creating Value through Innovative Research: the customer journey."
Times Higher-QS rates McGill best public university in North America.
On Wednesday, December 12, 2007, the Web Service Group will move to 688 Sherbrooke to join its parent unit, Content and Collaboration Solutions.
From Nominal Mapping to Prosodic Bootstrapping: The acquisition of determiners in "Germanic" and "Romance"
Colloquium talk given by Prof. Tanja Kupisch of the Linguistics department at McGill -- Dec. 14, 3:30 PM, 3700 McTavish (Faculty of Education), Room 216.
The Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (GPSO) and Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) are pleased to announce the first competition for the Arthur and Dawn Weston Fellowship in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. This fellowship was established in 2007 by Arthur and Dawn Weston to recognize and promote the development of university teaching and learning expertise in various disciplines. It is awarded by the GPSO upon the recommendation of TLS to an outstanding full-time graduate student interested in conducting research on university teaching and learning in any faculty.
The Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's Office will now be called Enrolment Services.
Susan Christoffersen and Sergei Sarkissian, two associate professors of finance at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, have been awarded the 2007 Swiss Finance Institute Research Prize for their paper "City Size and Fund Performance." They are the first winners of this prestigious award from outside one of the top 10 U.S. business schools.
The discovery of a mechanism that controls mineralization in bones and teeth may lead to new treatments for defective calcification in dental disease (Dental Chronicle, October 2007).