Les étudiants qui s'inscrivent aux programmes de MBA vont chercher des outils qui les aideront à transformer leurs rêves en réalité. En voici quelques-uns qui ont accepté d'expliquer leurs motivations et leurs ambitions. ... Guillaume Charpenel Faculté de gestion Desautels de McGill Cofondateur de Solexium (projets solaires sur toits)
Le MBA a la réputation d'être la voie d'accès aux promotions. Souvent, d'ailleurs, les universités calculent le salaire moyen de leurs diplômés quelques mois après la fin de leurs études, de même que le pourcentage d'augmentation salariale après le programme.
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe & Mail. Today I am delighted to sit down with Columbia Business School professor Adam Galinsky.
ExamSoft, the company that produces the SofTest software used for online testing at McGill, has announced that they have not completed their testing of SofTest on Mac OS X 10.11- "El Capitan", which was released earlier this week. They are currently preventing students from downloading or registering SofTest on devices with El Capitan until they can officially confirm compatibility.
The Desautels Faculty of Management launched a world’s first on September 16, coining a new word in the process. According to the people who put the course together, “Social Learning for Social Impact” is the very first GROOC (Group MOOC), a new massive open online course that’s designed to foster social collaboration, interaction and learning.
City TV's morning show, Breakfast Television, spent an early morning on the Macdonald Campus Farm to hear about McGill's agriculture programs and try to learn some farm skills. Visits were made to the Dairy Barn, the Horticulture Centre, and the high tunnels; reporter Wilder Weir talked with Farm Director Paul Meldrum and Mike Bleho about the various programs offered at Macdonald and the "McGill Feeding McGill" program. Watch the broadcast
Shor, Eran, Arnout van de Rijt, Alex Mltsov*, Vivek Kulkarni*, and Steven Skiena. (2015). “A Paper Ceiling: What Explains the Sex-Ratio Inequality in Printed News Coverage?” American Sociological Review 80(5) 960 –984
Shor, Eran, Arnout van de Rijt, Alex Mltsov*, Vivek Kulkarni*, and Steven Skiena. (2015). “A Paper Ceiling: What Explains the Sex-Ratio Inequality in Printed News Coverage?” American Sociological Review 80(5) 960 –984.
September 2015 | Morton Weinfeld was interviewed on CBC TV News on the controversy over the niqab in Canada.
September 2015 | Morton Weinfeld was interviewed on CBC TV News on the controversy over the niqab in Canada. The interview is available here.
Urquia, Marcelo L., Vang, Zoua M. and Francisco Bolumar (2015). "Birth Outcomes of Latin Americans in Two Countries with Contrasting Immigration Admissions Policies: Canada and Spain." PLoS One 10(8)
Urquia, Marcelo L., Vang, Zoua M. and Francisco Bolumar (2015). "Birth Outcomes of Latin Americans in Two Countries with Contrasting Immigration Admissions Policies: Canada and Spain." PLoS One 10(8): e0136308. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0136308.
Jennifer Wallace, Laboratory Technician in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, has been named as winner of the Principal's Award for Administrative and Support Staff, in the 'Technical and Libraries' category.
We’ve put together a fun, interactive online orientation scavenger hunt that will help you: Find books and other resources quickly Discover different types of study areas and e-classrooms Learn about photocopying, printing and accessing course reserves Discover how to borrow books using your student card …and more! Start in the lobby of the Humanities & Social Sciences Library or the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering and access clues on your phone or tablet by visiting:
Using food as reinforcer to shape children's non-food behavior: The adverse nutritional effect doubly moderated by reward sensitivity and gender
Authors: Ji Lu, Suhong Xiong, Narendra Arora, Laurette Dubé Publication: Eating Behaviours Abstract: Purpose
Bringing ‘integrated management’ to students across McGill through new Integrated Management Essentials courses
In September 2015, MDIIM launched the first of two new courses for undergraduate non-management students: INTG 201 (Integrated Management Essentials 1) & INTG 202 (Integrated Management Essentials 2). The courses present the essentials of management (accounting, finance, information systems, marketing, operations, organizational behaviour and strategy) using an integrated approach, highlighting how organizations function as a whole and the importance of being able to work across functional and organizational boundaries.
HSBC: New 'formula' lowers barrier to education: (10 top Canadian business schools) x (six $10,000 awards from HSBC) = 60 deserving undergrads experiencing a semester abroad
HSBC Bank Canada has partnered with 10 top universities from coast to coast, establishing a new Award to help some of Canada's most deserving and internationally-minded students break through the financial barriers associated with completing an international university exchange program.