McGill once again ranked first in the “medical-doctoral” category in scholarships and bursaries for students, as well as in social sciences and humanities grants relative to faculty size. Maclean’s published the results online Wednesday evening.
“Our leading position in scholarships and bursaries in this ranking underscores our commitment to ensuring accessibility to education for all talented students, regardless of their financial means,” said Principal Suzanne Fortier.
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law continues its 2016-2018 Civil Law Workshops series, “Le public en droit privé”, with a tal
For rootsy singer-songwriters Dar Williams, Serena Ryder and Rosanne Cash, the accompanist of choice has often been pianist Bryn Roberts. But when he’s in charge, Roberts, a 39-year-old Winnipeg native who splits his time between New York City and Portland, Ore., leans toward playing lyrical, contemporary jazz.
Please join us as we welcome Dr.
Even though oxidation reactions are required for the synthesis of almost any functional molecule and material, they remain a class of reaction that suffers from poor atom- and step-efficiency, and challenges of selectivity.
An exhibition of student work from Summer Course and Field Course Abroad 2016 in Italy (Profs. Radoslav Zuk and Ricardo L. Castro). Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Vernissage: Tuesday 8 November at 5:00 p.m.
Bring the whole family for some spooky science demonstrations and Chemistry lab tours at McGill’s Open House on Sunday, October 30th. Sessions start at 10:30 am, 11:00 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 2:30 pm & 3:00 pm.
Congratulations to Justin Chang (Auclair group), Pierre-Olivier Ferko (Moores group - Photo), Samantha Gateman (Mauzeroll group), Igor Huskic (Friscic group), Victoria Jackiewicz (Arndsten group) and Siting Ni (Lennox group) for winning the first McGill University Chemistry Outreach Awards. From helping to found the Outreach group to getting students of all ages excited about Chemistry, these trainees have worked hard to communicate science to the general public in a fun, safe and engaging way.
"Back in the 1970s, for much of the 1980s, and even into the 1990s, it was hard to foresee just how integrated this far-flung global infrastructure would become with every aspect of our lives and thus have deep security implications." Gabriella Coleman, the Wolfe chair in scientific and technological literacy at McGill. CBC News