Judy Campbell-Gordon runs the Macdonald Campus Southam food laboratory, better known as the test kitchen.
Pioneering McGill librarian Margaret Ridley Charlton was named a Person of Historic Importance by the Government of Canada. The multi-talented Charlton broke new ground in her profession at McGill.
The study of Islam has changed several times over the years, and the future for the discipline is looking bright, according to Azim Nanji, Director of the Ismaili Studies Institute in London. Nanji came to McGill to deliver the annual Birks Lecture sponsored by the Faculty of Religion.
Shakespeare — both the man and his plays — through the eyes of artists is the subject of a display in the McLennan-Redpath library curated by Richard Virr.
Karelia is a small republic within the Russian Federation, struggling to hold on to a threatened language that is the subject of Russian and Slavic Studies professor Paul Austin's research.
Saad Ibrahim spent 300 days locked in an Egyptian prison for promoting civil society in that country. He recently delivered the Raoul Wallenberg Lecture on Human Rights.
Undergraduate students are publishing their academic work in student-run journals.
Ex-Montrealer Zack Taylor (BA'95) returns to town to report on the MISC conference. He is now a Toronto-based urban planner and designer, and is teaching a course at the University of Toronto on the urban landscape.
Through rain, and sleet, and swarms of crickets McGill's mail service handles 1 million pieces of post a year — and the occasional puppy.
Pierre Dutilleul is a statistician who studies trees. Examining how branching patterns affect light-gathering efficiency in plants can improve our understanding of photosynthesis, and by extension, food production and the environment.