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Inflation or recession? The US Fed tries to untangle a financial mystery

Published: 11Jul2017

A Weekly Standard op-ed examines the way the Fed is trying to tame a $4-trillion quantitative easing problem in case another recession hits....

A conversation with McGill Dobson judge Alexandra Conliffe

Published: 11Jul2017

Alexandra Conliffe was a judge for the semi-final round of the 2017 McGill Dobson Cup’s Social Enterprise track. She is the Policy Innovation Director for the Brookfield Institute for Innovation +...

Deux joueurs de l’agriculture urbaine actuelle

Published: 11Jul2017

L’un offre un service clé en main pour des projets d’agriculture urbaine, l’autre a développé un modèle de production agricole intensive en conteneur. Le premier s’adresse aux particuliers, aux...

Wireless unavailable at Roddick Gates & Crossroads

Published: 11Jul2017

Due to construction at the downtown campus, wireless coverage is unavailable at the Roddick Gates and the Crossroads (the main entry road and the road in front of the Three Bares statue).

Karl Moore’s advice to Gen Y extroverts

Published: 11Jul2017

As students, young extroverts love to talk, to bounce their ideas off of colleagues and to be the centre of attention. But as energetic gen-Y-ers enter the workforce, a whole new set of rules comes...

Animal Science Mini Research Day

19Jul201708:30
to
13:00

Interested in finding out what research is going on in the Faculty? Come and view the Animal Science student poster display from 10:30 - 11:15 in the MS Foyer during Animal Science Mini Research...

Desautels alumnus named group VP at Shire

Published: 11Jul2017

Desautels alumnus John Snisarenko (BSc’86 and MBA’91) has been appointed Group VP of the Ophthalmology Business Unit for Shire US. He comes to Shire from Genentech, where he was VP Sales and...

2018 McGill Dobson Cup schedule announced

Published: 11Jul2017

Budding startups all over McGill will be delighted to see that the schedule for next year’s McGill Dobson Cup is out....

World Economic Forum Young Scientists Class of 2017 celebrates breakthrough talent from across the globe

Published: 11Jul2017

The World Economic Forum announced its 2017 class of 55 Young Scientists, assembling a distinguished cohort of top talent making an impact on research as diverse as quantum and computer science,...

Professor Dror Etzion wins 2017 Roland Calori Prize

Published: 11Jul2017

Professor Dror Etzion has been awarded the 2017 Roland Calori Prize for “Tackling Grand Challenges Pragmatically: Robust Action Revisited.”...

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