Ils sont dans la trentaine et sont très généreux. Mais ils refusent qu'on leur accole les étiquettes de philanthrope ou de mécène.
... À 22 ans, Pascal Lépine est devenu un entrepreneur à succès maintes fois célébré dans les médias. Mais en fondant Atypic, il ne se doutait pas que la philanthropie deviendrait pour lui un mode de vie.
Read full article: LaPresse, November 18, 2015
SAS, leader sur le marché de l’analytique, annonce la nomination de Patrick Xhonneux au poste de vice-président marketing pour SAS EMEA. Patrick Xhonneux a débuté sa carrière chez SAS voici déjà près de 22 ans et est une figure bien connue sur le marché belge.
Read full article: Informaticien, November 18, 2015
BMO Financial Group and Catalyst Canada have announced the launch of the BMO Millennial Leaders Advisory Council on Inclusion. The group is made up of 30 female student leaders from universities across Canada.
Departmental Seminar: Dr. Erwin Reisner - Re-wiring Photosynthesis for Efficient Solar Water Splitting
In natural photosynthesis, light is used for the production of chemical energy carriers to fuel biological activity.
Application deadline for the Degree Completion and Transfer program for International Dental Graduates (Quebec residents) and Transfer Students.
Application deadline for the Degree Completion and Transfer Program for International Dental Graduates (Quebec residents) and Transfer Students
Scientists and Clinicians at The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital receive funding for ALS research
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge One Year Later
On November 19 2015, marking the anniversary of the announcement of the 2014 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge results and partnership between ALS Canada and Brain Canada, ALS Canada was at The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, to announce the final recipients of their 2015 grant competition. Four researchers and clinicians at The Neuro were among those recipients for their groundbreaking work in the ALS research field.
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe & Mail. I am delighted to speak to Jamie Ladge, from Northeastern University in Boston.
Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, November 18, 2015
Authors: Şahinb, G. and Suyabatmaza, A. C.
Publication: Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review
FOR well over a century, people have predicted that technology will make business travel obsolete.
... Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou, the dean of Desautels, a Canadian business school, says a big part of her job is scouring the world for potential benefactors. “When you are asking someone for money it is better to do it in person,” she observes. Some firms also use foreign jaunts as a reward for high-performing staff.
Over the weekend after the terrorist attacks in Paris, the email cancellations started to come in at the Travel Network Corp., a company with offices in Toronto in Montreal that offers “bespoke travel for the luxury sector.”
... Dr. Ken Lester, a professor at the Desautels faculty of management at McGill University, noted that the Paris stock market barely flickered overall on Monday. Longer-term, investors, however, may be deterred by the city’s changing risks.