A rundown of the highs and highers of the McGill-hosted international aviation conference.
Ghislaine Johnson, a bioresource engineering student, writes about the importance of initiatives like McGill's Edible Garden.
A PhD candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences, Marianne Marcoux braves polar bears and sun-filled nights to study the mysterious narwhal.
Thanks to generous donations by benefactors, grad students in the Faculties of Science and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences are becoming better teachers before they hit the classroom.
McGill's Department of Physics' award-winning "in-reach" program teaches staff about the work being done by the people they support.
The headline says it all. Don't miss the two-day celebratory concert.
What do Martians, Patti Smith and Tariq Ali all have in common? Why, they'll all be headlining at events on campus, of course.
Queen Rania of Jordan recently conducted a tour of schools in Amman, Jordan, which included a visit to the Community Development Centre (CDC), a social agency affiliated with the University of Jordan (UJ) and primarily funded by CIDA. The centre is currently running 12 community development programs, which directly affect between 15,000-20,000 underprivileged residents of the area annually. Five of the centre's core professional staff, including the director, are graduates of McGill with master's degrees in social work through the McGill Middle East Program (MMEP). "The fellowship program is a clear example of how professional social workers can work with members of the community to improve conditions and advance civil society," MMEP manager David Leduc told the Jordan Times. Canadian ambassador Margaret Huber met with Queen Rania and expressed the Canadian government's wish to see "more social centres like the CDC in Jordan." The Queen suggested stronger collaboration between McGill and UJ, in order to serv
The office of McGill University's Vice-Principal (Research and International Relations) has announced the appointment of Ms. Sandra Crocker to the newly created position of Assistant Vice-Principal (Research Operations), effective November 1, 2007.
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