Carlos Rodriguez (PhD'15) has been awarded the Gunnar Hedlund Award 2015-2016 for his outstanding dissertation entitled "Global Subunit Specialization: An organizational perspective", which was recognized for its originality, as well as for its sound empirical work and practical results. The topic of the dissertation addresses an increasingly important phenomenon in the international business world and uses a variety of methods, as well as theoretical perspectives to improve our understanding of it.
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In 2006, Professor Karl Moore led 40 Desautels Faculty of Management students to Omaha, Nebraska to learn from legendary investment guru, Warren Buffett. Given the tremendous success of the first visit and the recognized value of experiential learning, the Desautels Faculty of Management has arranged another opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to meet the iconic Warren Buffett on January 20, 2017.
Each December for over 60 years, the Reitman family has invited all members of The Neuro to a splendid luncheon that has become an enjoyable annual tradition. This gathering shows a wonderful holiday spirit of generosity and thankfulness. Reitman family members, Joel (President of Jillcy Investments Ltd.), Jill and Dorothy were present for the 69th Reitman Holiday Luncheon on December 9th to greet staff and to help staff volunteers serve a tasty meal to some 1,200 members of The Neuro.
Genome Canada and its partners have awarded $9.6 million towards the assessment of the risks that toxic chemicals pose to the environment. The funding will support an interdisciplinary team of McGill researchers, including Professor Steve Maguire of the Desautels Faculty of Management, along with partners in industry, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and at the University of Saskatchewan.
"Post-PhD Career Trajectories: Intentions, Decision-Making and Life Aspirations" is a new book with the stories of the 48 individuals we followed for at least four years. https://www.mcgill.ca/education/channels/news/new-publication-ecps-professor-mcalpine-post-phd-career-trajectories-intentions-decision-making-and-263661
Dr. Gustavo Turecki awarded Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Awards NARSAD Distinguished investigator Grant
Dr. Gustavo Turecki was awarded Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Awards NARSAD Distinguished investigator Grant. For more details, please see attachment.
The Annual Schulich School of Music Chamber Music Competition took place Tuesday, December 6, in Tanna Schulich Hall. Two groups were declared winners and will travel to Europe for exchange visits to conservatories. The winner of the Exchange visit to the Mozarteum, Salzburg was the Milton String Quartet, with members Roman Fraser, violin, Maïthéna Girault, violin, Evan Robinson, viola and Joshua Morris, cello.
"The McGill Ice Hockey Research Group is changing hockey," writes Erin Dwyer in a recent article published by The McGill Tribune.
In generations past, most water operators gained employment straight out of high school; however, these days, operators are required to have a strong foundation in science, engineering, and technology.
McGill hockey duo to play for Canadian university all-stars in series against national junior prospects, Dec. 12-13 Earl Zukerman (McGill) & Alan Hudes (CIS) [view original article]
Lottery tickets may be fun-filled and exciting presents, but they are not suitable gifts for minors. Studies suggest that gambling is a popular yet risky activity among youth. Additionally, researchers have reported a correlation between age of gambling onset and problem gambling later in life. Lottery play is sometimes an initial introduction to gambling activities for minors.
Op-ed by Arash Abizadeh, political science professor at McGill University. He will be making his case to a Dragons’ Den-style panel at a public forum Friday, 4 to 6 p.m., at New Chancellor Day Hall, 3644 Peel St. Read more: Montreal Gazette