Larry Light, BSc'62, is one of the chief architects of the first-ever global marketing campaign for troubled fast-food giant McDonald's.
Professor Margaret Somerville, DCL'78, Samuel Gale Professor of Law at McGill, is the first recipient of the Avicenna Ethics in Science Prize for "promoting principles and ethical norms to guide scientific and technological development and social transformation."
Effective August 26, 2003, McGill's Development and Alumni Relations Office will be consolidated and located in the heart of downtown Montreal.
Good news for McGill. The University moves clearly into second rank position in the medical/doctoral category in Maclean's annual university rankings.
The McGill Alumni Association is now offering graduates a new way to network and connect: an online community, featuring McGill email for life.
Ten members of the Quebec National Assembly elected in the April 2003 elections are McGill graduates, and two of them will hold major posts in the Liberal government's new cabinet.
Nancy L. Wells began her five-year mandate as McGill's new Vice-Principal (Development and Alumni Relations) on May 1.
This spring, Mike Babcock became the second former McGill University hockey player — and the first since Lester Patrick in 1937 — to coach in the Stanley Cup finals, as the Anaheim Mighty Ducks lost to the New Jersey Devils in seven games.
A new report from Montréal International details the economic impact of Montreal's four universities. "Universities: Catalysts for the Development of Metro Montréal" contains an abundance of new data concerning the tremendous contribution that universities make to the economic vitality of the city.
Retention and degradation of active proteins are responsible for many human degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's and cystic fibrosis, according to McGill scientists.