Spring 1998 convocations will take place from May 27 to June 9 and will feature eleven honorary degrees and the first group of graduates from the Aboriginal Literacy Program.
Principal Bernard Shapiro is traveling through the United States with Quebec premier Lucien Bouchard to promote Quebec universities and partnership with the private sector.
Robert Rabinovitch becomes the next Chair of the Board of Governors of McGill University.
Researchers examine alcohol and drug abuse in children and adolescents at the 10th Annual Conference of the McGill University Division of Child Psychiatry.
Human Genetics is now a full-fledged academic program at McGill University.
Dr Peter Leuprecht, an expert on human rights theory and international law, will become the next dean of the Faculty of Law.
The contributions of Sir William Osler will be celebrated at McGill University throughout 1999 in honour of the 150th anniversary of Osler's birth.
Dr Hans Zingg becomes the holder of the first Wyeth-Ayerst Canada Inc. Clinical Research Chair in Women's Health (reproductive endocrinology).
McGill offers a new graduate-level program for leaders in the voluntary sector.
McGill University professor Dr Brian Alters receives a three-year Lucent Technologies Foundation grant totaling $650,000 to improve the teaching of science in primary and secondary schools.