Prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau promises change for the Canadian government when he’s sworn in today. Via Rail’s boss says plans for high-speed trains in the country are nonsensical.
... Prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau plans to usher in an inclusive and open government when he’s sworn in today. He discusses everything from his values to his father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, in a Q&A with Karl Moore, a strategy professor in the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University.
Written by adjunct professor Estelle Metayer.
Pour I. Bajeux-Besnainou, doyenne de Desautels (McGill), l’ascenseur social fonctionne mieux aux États-Unis qu’en France
"Aux États-Unis, beaucoup d'études ont montré que la meilleure corrélation qui s’établissait avec des résultats élevés au SAT (examen d’entrée à l’université) était le niveau du salaire des parents. […] Le système français est parfait sur un plan théorique et philosophique. Mais si le système 'support' ne suit pas, alors il va à contre-courant.
Many primary care clinicians have begun to integrate bedside ultrasound into their everyday clinical practice.
Kudos to students Stéphanie Gerbeau and Aagnik Pant for being recognized as part of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Plus Program (2015-2016). Moreover, in recognition of her excellent academic record, Stéphanie Gerbeau was among seven students across North America to be named John W. Estey Outstanding PES Scholar. Well done to both of you!
This poster session where ECSE Design Project 2 and Honours Thesis 2 students present their accomplishments. Come meet the students and see the exciting projects and research they have conducted over the last year.
PhD defence of Mr. Nagesh Subbanna -- Iterative Multilevel Probabilistic Graphical Model for Detection and Segmentation of Tumours and Lesions in Brain MRI
Forced Migration, Reconciliation and Justice
Edited by Megan Bradley
This workshop will bring together an inter-disciplinary group of leading and emerging researchers who will analyse where and how displaced populations contribute to inter-related political "resolution" processes, and the significance of these enga
Congratulations to McGill School of Information Studies PhD student Fei Shu, recently awarded the 2015 ASIS&T SIG/MET Student Paper Contest for the paper “Evolution of iSchool Movement (1988-2013): A Bibliometric View” by Fei Shu and Philippe Mongeon (McGill University and University de Montreal).
As well, Fei’s paper "Twitter Activity and Scientific Collaboration of LIS schools and Faculty Members", co-authored with two PhD students from EBSI, won the Best Altmetrics Paper in the SIG/MET workshop at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in November 2015.