Studying abroad, leaving the car at home, Centraide fun, wireless network upgrade and our dear friend, the beaver.
Hélène Perrault is McGill's new Associate Provost (Planning and Budgets).
For decades, there have been attempts to draw a direct line between genes and/or environmental factors and mental illness with no success. Psychiatrists now realize that there is something else in between. That something may be epigenetic imprinting. The Economist looks at the work of Moshe Szyf and Michael Meaney.
Reut Gruber, a child psychologist and sleep researcher at the Douglas Hospital, conducts major studies of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder to see whether improving the quality of their sleep enhances their ability to learn and listen.
Using thermal imaging for the first time to measure arousal rates, a new McGill study shows that women become sexually aroused as quickly as men do. The study, by McGill psychology prof and director of the Sex and Couple Therapy Service of the Royal Victoria Hospital, Irv Binik, and grad student Tuuli Kukkonen, shatters the long-held myth that men get excited faster than women.
Former prime minister Joe Clark signs on as a Professor of Practice for Public-Private Sector Partnerships at the McGill Centre for Developing-Area Studies.
McGill students walk away with a record five awards at the annual Forces AVENIR gala in Quebec City. But they're just doing it for the community.
Hockey has its Stanley Cup and now the Schulich School of Music has its own Golden Violin.
McGill's bullpen of experts weigh in on everything from crumbling infrastructures to unwanted mollusks.
What's better than meeting the Dalai Lama once? Meeting him twice, of course.