In November 2014, the Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Managment (MDIIM)'s Health Initiative hosted its first formal MD MBA Alumni event. Entitled "Technology and Innovation in Health Management: MD-MBA Alumni Share their Experience", the full day event featured opening remarks by Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg, CEO of the Jewish General Hospital, and presentations by alumni Dr. Sacha Bhatia, Dr. Ilan Shahin and Dr. John Machado.
The McGill Software site (www.mcgill.ca/software) will be unavailable due to maintenance on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 for approximately 2 hours starting at 7 am.
The Ferenczi Conference is a psychoanalytic conference focused on celebrating Sandor Ferenczi's revolutionary work on trauma and its treatment.
McGill staff members can now create up to 20 Guest accounts at a time by using the self-service Guest Network Account Creation form.
These accounts provide up to 30 days of wireless and/or McGill Network access (if the guest needs access to resources on the McGill network, departmental shares, etc.).
The Younger Comparativists Committee (YCC) of the American Society of Comparative Law has selected Professor Kirsten Anker as the inaugural recipient of the Richard M. Buxbaum Prize for Teaching in Comparative Law.
In their nomination, the YCC praised Professor Anker for her “rich and creative efforts in the teaching of indigenous law, including her successful field course”. They also recognized “the wide scope of [her] teaching interests”, her "rigorous approach to comparative law and legal pluralism" and the interdisciplinary approach of her courses.
Dr. Shaheen Shariff, associate professor with the Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), and Director of McGill’s Define the Line research program, spoke to the Montreal's Gazette about misogyny in the public domain.
Sandy Stanutz, a postdoctoral fellow with the McGill Youth Study Team, along with her mentors, Professors Jacob A. Burack and Eve-Marie Quintin from the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, have been awarded a Grammy Foundation Grant for their research on the links between music and autism.
Prof. Robert Mellin will receive a doctorate degree honoris causa from Memorial University during the spring convocation ceremonies, May 26 to 29, 2015, at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The honorary doctorate degree recognizes extraordinary contribution to society or exceptional intellectual or artistic achievement. Honorary degree recipients are chosen by the Senate, the university's academic governing body, after a careful examination of the grounds for their nomination.