The Blackwell Synergy site is undergoing unscheduled maintenance. The site has experienced a system or database error and Blackwell technical staff are working to make the site available as soon as possible. There is no indication when the repairs will be complete.
Roderick A. Macdonald, F.R. Scott Professor of Constitutional and Public Law at McGill University, has been mandated by Justice Minister Yvon Marcoux to head an expert panel that will examine if any measures to prevent Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPPs) should be adopted by the government.
On Saturday, October 21, an event has been scheduled for visiting McGill alumni during Homecoming weekend. The computer and study area (former Reference area) on Level 1 (main floor) of the McLennan Library Building will not be accessible from 1 pm to 4 pm. Additional computers and group and individual study areas are available elsewhere in the McLennan and Redpath buildings, as well as in other branch libraries on campus. Books from the Reference collection will be retrieved for users by library staff during this period. Please consult with staff at the Information Desk for details. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you are responsible for querying or updating Admissions or Student Records using the forms SAAADMS, SGASTDN, SFAREGS or SHADEGR there are now important information sessions to attend.
All INB (Internet Native Banner) users are encouraged to attend an information session about the new navigation features of version 7.
Eric Boyko, BCom'92, founder of EFundraising.com, has bought out U.S. rival Fundraising.com for $5 million. The deal will create 40 jobs in Old Montreal.
The tentative schedule for Macdonald Campus exams is now available.
Times Higher Education Supplement's World University Rankings - McGill moved from 24th to 21st place this year, and is the only Canadian university in the top 25 worldwide.
Emmy award-nominated filmmaker Joshua M. Greene delivered the 6th Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture by presenting the North American premiere of his documentary "Hitler's Courts: The Betrayal of the Rule of Law in Nazi Germany."
The Institute of Health and Social Policy invites submissions to a photography contest on Social Conditions and Health that explores the use of imagery to bring to light the social determinants of health, with their challenges and solutions. Winning selections will be displayed on our website and in our building. We will also pay $100 each for four (4) of the winning photos that we will use in our publications. Click the link below for more information.