Dr. Tomoko Oyama
Dept of Biology
The effect of bright light exposure and/or birth asphyxia on the primary visual pathways of the newborn
Dr. Pierre Lachapelle
Dept of Ophthalmology
Department of Neuroscience and Physiology
Department of Neurology
NYU School of Medicine
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Authors: Leonardi, P., Vaast, E.
Publication: Academy of Management Annals
I spent the first fourteen years of my life under communism. When my parents got out in 1962, I realized to my utter astonishment that much of academia was on the left, praising communism, rationalizing increased centralization of powers under a variety of jargons. Even the US was not immune to these ideas, and that the left and academia despised workers who wanted routine lives, rather than revolutions.
Read full article: Asia Times, December 4, 2016
In today’s fast-changing corporate world, team-building, global leadership and how to build start-up companies are more important than ever. Those business principles are all taught at the McGill MBA Japan Program, one of the most well-known programs in Asia.
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