Newly admitted Fall 2008 term School of Information Studies students must register during this time period.
The Bookstore will operate extended hours for the Fall semester back to school rush. The store will be open from 8.30am to 9.00pm Monday to Friday between September 2 and September 12.
Students can sell their used textbooks for cash at the McGill Bookstore on Monday to Friday from August 25 to September 12. Buyback hours are from 10am to 5pm. Click on "Cash for Books" at the Bookstore website to see if the Bookstore wants your particular book.
Please join fellow alumni for dinner in Prince Edward Island. Dean Madramootoo, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, will be hosting this event. The evening is casual with a buffet dinner served overlooking New London Bay and the Stanley River. The Stanley Bridge Country Resort is approximately 30 minutes form Charlottetown and 5 minutes from Cavendish.
This watering hole is located in the heart if Halifax. The Argyle Bar & Grill was established in 1992 and is named after the street on which it sits. If the weather allows, we’ll meet on the outdoor patio. See you there!
Join Professor Daniel Levitin in August as he discusses his new book on music and human civilization. Through his background in neurology, Levitin shows how music (and dance) enabled humans to bond, creating the friendship between people that was necessary for society, science and art to co-evolve over thousands of years.
McGill alumni from the New York area are hitting the sands for what we like to call the Summer Beach Olympics. Teams of McGill grads will square off against squads from local ski clubs in some good-natured competitions. Games include volleyball, horseshoes, tug-of-war and others too silly to explain here.
Relax after work with fellow alumni! Join us at the new Beacon Hotel, known for its specialty martinis and cocktails, but also featuring great beer on tap. If the weather allows, we’ll meet on the outdoor patio. See you there!
Historic and unique collections will be accessible for generations thanks to high-speed robotic scanner made possible through partnership with U.S.-based Kirtas Technologies and Canadian reseller, Ristech
For a long time, the main obstacle to creating an AIDS vaccine has been the high genetic variability of the HIV virus. Dr. Jean-Pierre Routy and his team from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), in collaboration with Dr. Rafick Sékaly from the Université de Montréal, have overcome this difficulty by designing a personalized immunotherapy for infected patients.