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Rat research helps us understand child development

Fri, 2004-01-16 (All day)

A group of McGill researchers has been looking at the effects of an enriched environment for rats that had been separated from their mothers."The study offers intriguing ideas to those working in the early childhood field," says Janice MacAulay, Acting Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs.

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Convocations Spring 2004

Wed, 2004-02-04 (All day)

This year's convocation ceremonies for faculties on both the downtown campus and Macdonald campus will take place outdoors under a canopy.

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New Dean of Education: inclusive learning

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Internationally recognized expert on inclusive education Robert Slee came all the way from sunny Australia to become Dean of the Faculty of Education.

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U21 on tour

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Universitas 21, the international partnership of 17 research and teaching universities from around the globe, provides travel grants for students, staff and academics to work and teach abroad.

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New associate vice-principal (communications)

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Jennifer Robinson has been appointed associate vice-principal (communications).

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New executive director for MUHC

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Dr. Arthur Porter has been named executive director of the McGill University Health Centre.

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Grace Boakye-Agyeman: A mother helping others

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Grace Boakye-Agyeman: is a mother of three who founded the McGill Student Parents Network.

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Professors share favourite love poems

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

With Valentine's Day around the corner, the Reporter asked professors to share some of their favourite, heart-palpitating love poems.

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The bionic Mann

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

He's no $6-million-dollar man, but University of Toronto professor of electrical engineering Steve Mann is at the forefront of using technology to improve on what Mother Nature gave us.

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Shedding light on rare genetic disease

Thu, 2004-02-05 (All day)

Tuberous Sclerosis affects thousands in Canada, yet few people know about the genetic disorder that can wreak havoc throughout the body. It was the subject of a recent conference at the MNI.

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