The first and only woman elected to the Hong Kong Legislative Council, journalist Emily Lau Wai-hing, speaks at McGill, October 18.
McGill Millennium public lecture series concludes Oct. 20.
The Arts Multimedia Language Facility opened October 6 by VP (Academic) Dr Luc Vinet and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Dr Carman Miller.
A section of Drummond Street is renamed Promenade Sir William Osler.
Richard Pound is formally installed as Chancellor at McGill University's Fall convocation, held in Montreal's Molson Centre.
In response to Minister of Education François Legault's call for discussion papers on academic priorities and university funding, the University sets its sights on an ambitious series of projects.
McGill University scientists report that when bass are introduced into lakes, they prey aggressively on smaller fish, forcing lake trout to shift to energetically poor foods.
Dr Eugenie Scott delivers the first lecture in the "Ape or Angel" three-part Millennium series, "The great controversy."
Dean of Medicine Dr Abraham Fuks and Dean of Science Alan Shaver are reappointed to second 5-year terms.
University of Warwick professor Steve Fuller, founder of social epistemology, renowned philosopher, historian and sociologist of science, delivers the Beatty Memorial public lecture "What doesn't kill us makes us stronger: Why the science wars may turn out to be a good thing after all."