Due to popular demand, we have extended the deadline your office, club, or association to submit an event for i-Week 2014: McGill Without Borders.
Click HERE for more details & link to the submission form
A message from Stuart (Kip) Cobbett, Chair of the Board of Governors, and Suzanne Fortier, Principal and Vice-Chancellor
On November 7, the Quebec government moved forward with Bill 60, which retains the provision of prohibiting public sector employees from wearing conspicuous religious symbols, dropping the previously proposed exemption for universities and hospitals and substituting a time-limited transition to full implementation.
Due to a Library event, the Chat with a Librarian service will be closed on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Please email us for assistance on December 3 and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Regular Chat hours resume on December 4 at 10am.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Read article on the McGill Reporter on how not even a five-week construction strike could stop the transformation of empty storage into high-tech hub.
Status update, 6:50 pm
The issues reported below have now been resolved.
myCourses is currently experiencing server problems; with the result that users cannot:
- Upload files
- Import or export grades (instructors)
- Access tools such as Discussions, some Course Home pages, etc.
The vendor is working to resolve the issue as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Dr. Farran Briggs
Geisel School of Medicine
All students must pass the Entrance Placement Test (EPT) in order to start in the program. The test results permit an accurate evaluation of a student’s English or French proficiency and determine the student’s level in the program structure. The test is approximately two hours and it consists of four (4) different sections:
- Oral comprehension;
- Written comprehension.
Part-Time English Language Placement Test for Winter 2014
December 4, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
“I am Breathing” documents the harsh reality of ALS on the life of Neil Platt, a vibrant young man who becomes paralyzed from the neck down. The film is "a tale of fun and laughs with a smattering of upset and devastation" (Neil Platt). In June 2013, the film was screened globally as an effort to raise awareness for ALS.
A light lunch will be served. To attend, please RSVP by November 28 to deborah [dot] rashcovsky [at] mcgill [dot] ca or 514-398-6047.
Student evaluations, a site of workplace micro-aggression: A metasynthesis of Qualitative Research
More of the same Haitian Schools means much more mess for Haiti
Speaker: Pierre Lubin