On Thursday, December 3, 2015, from 8:00 pm until to 2:00 am (December 4), access to McGill's Knowledge Base services for Information Technology and Financial Services will be intermittent due to maintenance.
On December 1, 2015, the Life Sciences Library Service Point was relocated to the Osler Library of the History of Medicine (still on the 3rd floor of McIntyre Medical Building). Loans services, including course reserves, are now available from Osler Library. Please note, however, that course reserves materials for Nursing have been moved to Schulich Library of Science and Engineering.
Srinath Satyanarayana, PhD Epidemiology Candidate
Quality of Tuberculosis Care in India: Assessing diagnostic and treatment practices of health care providers
Supervisor: Dr. Madhukar Pai
We are proud to announce two female McGill Mining Engineering students will be meeting Paul Rollinson, president and CEO of Kinross, on January 15, 2016. This is a direct result of the second annual Auction for Action event hosted by Women Who Rock on Oct 28, 2015 in Toronto.
Check out the group photo with more details of the event.
Congratulations to Mélanie LaRoche-Boisvert and Alexandra Foty!
Sing Montréal Chante
A choral outreach project for underserved schools.
Artistic Director : Andrew Gray
There are now more people uprooted by conflict than at any time since WWII, with contemporary displacement situations lasting an average of 20 years.
This course provides an opportunity for current and future professionals to develop and practice the high-level written communication skills needed to enter and succeed in the professional workplace.
Would you like to write about interesting people, events, and ideas, travel the world, review books, attend celebrity functions, go backstage, test drive new vehicles—and get paid for it? Then this is the course for you.
By the end of this course, students will have produced a number of complementary comedic pieces, be it several essays, a collection of sketches, or stand-up routines of various lengths.
The McGill Library and Archives is proud to announce that Christopher Lyons, the current Head of the Osler Library of the History of the Medicine, has received the prestigious title of Osler Librarian after a unanimous vote of endorsement by the Board of Curators.