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Code Blue: Ending Impunity for Acts of Sexual Violence by UN Peacekeeping Personnel. Report of the expert workshop co-hosted by the AIDS-Free World and the Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University. This report represents a selected summary of the key discussions and advice from the expert workshop, held in October 2014, as presented by AIDS--‐Free World. As the workshop was convened under Chatham House rules, no attribution is provided, except for the views of AIDS--‐Free World, as appropriate in certain instances.
Dr. William C. Campbell, D.Sc.'07, is among the three scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, announced October 5, 2015, by the Nobel Prize Committee. William Campbell received his Honorary Doctorate at the Macdonald Campus convocation in 2007.
O professor canadense Henry Mintzberg irá receber neste ano um prêmio da Thinkers pelo conjunto de sua obra. A entidade publica o ranking dos 50 pensadores de negócios mais influentes da atualidade a cada dois anos. Época NEGÓCIOS entrevistou Mintzberg em 2010. Confira os melhores momentos do bate-papo. Read full article: Época NEGÓCIOS, October 2, 2015
En 1953, la société nord-américaine vit la prospérité d'après-guerre. Pour La Maison Simons, c'est une quatrième génération qui s'installe aux commandes, avec l'arrivée de Donald Simons. Né en 1929, le jeune homme d'alors 24 ans détient un baccalauréat en commerce de l'Université McGill (1949), et une maîtrise en administration des affaires, avec mention honorable, obtenue à l'Université Northwestern de Chicago (1950).
Canadian manufacturing could be on the brink of a much-needed investment boost from an unlikely source: the U.S. government. ... “Given that our dollar is weak, the timing is such that, if we are ready, we can take advantage absolutely,” said Saibal Ray, associate dean at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management.
As of November 3, 2015, when you access a Books24x7 e-book through WorldCat Local or from a link on the Library web site, you'll be able to access the e-book simply by logging in with your McGill username (email address) and password. You will no longer need to create or use a separate Books24x7 account to access these e-books.
How are we doing? Stay tuned to your email and the McGill Reporter for updates about the 2015 Campaign. We will report on our progress as we go! As of Wednesday, October 6 we have raised $247, 000 - that's over half way to our goal!
6. Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University Full-time Program Length: 20 Months Full-time Program Cost: $79,500 Real-world exposure is key to Desautels’ program, with all students taking part in a 10-day international study trip and completing an experiential component consisting of a paid internship, study-abroad experience or field practicum.
"Both socially and economically, Europeans only stand to gain from opening their doors to Syrian refugees," writes Constantinos Yanniris in a recent commentary piece for the McGill Daily. Constantinos Yanniris is currently a PhD candidate in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, with a special interest in sustainable education and environmental education systems.
Queen’s University School of Business will today announce that it has received the largest ever donation to a Canadian business school, with a Can$50m pledge from financier and entrepreneur Stephen Smith. It is also the largest gift given to Queen’s University in its history. ... In Montreal, McGill University became the Desautels school in 2005 following a Can$22m donation.
October 2015 | A recently published study by Eran Shor, Alex Miltsov et al. on the media’s underrepresentation of women and its possible explanations is featured at the ASA's "Recent Selected Articles" section. Their paper is recieving wide media coverage
October 2015 | A recently published study by Eran Shor, Alex Miltsov and their colleagues at Stony Brook university on the media’s underrepresentation of women and its possible explanations is featured at the ASA's "Recent Selected Articles" section. Their paper is already receiving wide media coverage.