BCom Program news
The 16th Annual Marketing Network Business Luncheon will take place on Friday, March 24, at the Ritz Hotel. This year the event is sponsored again by Ogilvy Montreal, a division of the international advertising firm Ogilvy Group; the keynote speaker will be Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman & CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide. The Annual Business Luncheon is always a great networking opportunity for studen
BCom student Laura Ruhnke writes about her experience with the Swiss hockey team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in the McGill Reporter article "Olympic ideal: Sometimes playing hard is as good as gold," March 16, 2006.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom student Jennifer Heil won a gold medal at the Women's Moguls event at the 2006 Winter Olympics on February 11. She is Canada's first medalist of these games and the first athlete to win gold. Congratulations to Jennifer on her oustanding success!
The Desautels Faculty of Management Bachelor of Commerce students took five top three finishes at the 18th edition of the Jeux du Commerce, held at Université Laval in Quebec City from January 6 to 9.
Two teams of two students (Ethics: Maithili Sagar and Felicia Synder; Information Systems: Elina Betman and Elysse Buchalter) made the finals at the ICBC (Inter-Collegiate Business Competition) held at Queen's University January 12-14, with the IS team taking a podium, finishing third overall.
This year's CASCO (Commerce and Administration Students Charity Organization) gala offers a fashion show and silent auction to raise funds to support the Art Therapy in Adolescent Medicine Program at the Montreal Children's Hospital.
A team of four BCom students (Charles Cooper, Allan Eisen, Caroline Morissette and Andrew Rose) finished first overall at the Citigroup International Case Competition (CICC), held at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) from October 24 to 30, 2005.
Mesh Tandon (BCom'98) graces the cover of the latest issue of Trader Monthly, a leading Wall Street magazine. That's because he is listed as one of the "Top 30 Traders in the World under 30."
Adam's Hollywood experiences are described in the Gazette article "Chasing his Tinseltown dream: young Montrealer has worked for free in Hollywood to break into the business" (August 28, 2005). He was also interviewed on Global TV on August 29.
This Vancouver native was the youngest player chosen by the Edmonton Eskimos. Click the "More information" link to view the complete article in "McGill News," Summer '05.