The COVID-19 pandemic and the requirements of physical distancing have created a sense of crisis that transcends most boundaries. While the imposed trauma is immense, the sharing of personal pandemic experiences online has been encouraging.
As Professor Vihang Errunza steps down from his role as Associate Dean of Research at the Desautels Faculty of Management, Professor Emmanuelle Vaast is gearing up to take the reins.
Professor Emmanuelle Vaast is one among ten McGill members who comprise the new International Observatory on the Social Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technologies (OIISIAN) - a $7.5 million initiative spearheaded by the government of Quebec to explore interdisciplinary and intersectoral perspectives on the impact of AI and digital technology on individuals, organizations, and communities.
The Faculty Research Workload Committee (RWC) has completed its review of applications submitted by tenured faculty to fill the currently vacant Faculty Scholar Award slots.
The Faculty is pleased to congratulate the following recipients of the Desautels Scholar Awards (effective September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2021):
Social media has become a part of everyday life. We enjoy the contact Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc., provide with friends and family, and, indeed, the world.
Sometimes we gripe about the downsides of the technology. People say it’s a time suck. There’s fake news. It’s hard to trust what you see.
The Desautels Faculty of Management congratulates the Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management (MDIIM) and Desautels faculty members who were recently named recipients of the 2014 Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Integration of Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula, for conceiving and implementing the new Managing for Sustainability Major and Concentration (MSUS) programs for Bachelor of Commerce students at McGill University.
Flexibilité, autonomie, mais aussi disponibilité et rentabilité sont les maîtres mots du bureau 2.0. Le bureau de la chercheuse Emmanuelle Vaast, au cinquième étage de la faculté de gestion Desautels de l'Université McGill, est... vide. Les étagères sont dégarnies. Pas de photos de ses jumeaux sur les murs; aucune trace non plus de leurs derniers gribouillages.