The School of Industrial Relations(École de relations industrielles),Université de Montréal JeanCharest, Ph.D. Professor, Prog. Dir. Master of IR, Director of the School of Industrial Relations University of Montreal
The Université de Montréal IN QUEBEC Together with its affiliated schools, HEC Montréal and the École Polytechnique, UdeM is the leading education and research hub in Quebec. IN CANADA UdeM has the second largest student body and ranks fourth among the most dynamic research universities IN THE WORLD UdeM is the largest french-speaking university in the world and ranks 138th of the top universities on the planet (Times Higher Education 2010)
School of Industrial Relations, Université de Montréal • An institution of higher education in Quebec to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in the interdisciplinary field of Industrial Relations. • Part of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Tania Saba (HR) Mélanie Laroche (LR) Stéphane Renaud (LR & HR) Guylaine Vallée (Labor Law) Philippe Barré (sociology) Marcel Simard (OHS) Gregor Murray (LR) Patrice Jalette (LR) Adnane Belout (HR) The School of IR: 65 years of history but forward looking ! Victor Haines (HR) Reynald Bourque (LR) Other professors : J.-G. Bergeron,LR Brahim Boudarbat, PP Alain Marchand, OHS Vincent Rousseau, OB & HR Diane Veilleux, LL . Émilie Genin (HR) Jean Charest (PP) Pierre Durand (OHS) Jean-Michel Cousineau (PP) Marie-Thérèse Chicha (PP) Michel Coutu (Labor Law)
7. Our last innovation: the Summer school For whom? Especially for postgraduate and senior undergraduate students from different countries who want to add stimulating and specialized international instruction in labour and employment relations to their learning portfolio. Content: two 3-credit courses involving each 45 hours of classroom instruction: 1) REI 6615 International Perspectives on Health and Safety (Prof. Jeffrey Hilgert, PhD Cornell) 2) REI 6604 Training and HR Development (Prof. Jean Charest, PhD, U. Laval & Prof. Victor Haines, PhD, U. of Montreal) Language of instruction: The courses will be offered in English. The Summer School will start on Monday July 25th, 2011 and will end on Thursday August 25th, 2011. Each seminar will be taught twice a week (ex: Monday and Wednesday morning 8:30 – 12:30; Tuesday and Thursday morning 8:30 -12:30).