Evil has been around since the Garden of Eden. Yet the buzzword for bad has made a huge comeback, especially among the media, since U.S. President George Bush denounced Iran, Iraq and North Korea as constituting an "axis of evil." From June 2 to 6, the University is holding a conference called "Evil and International Affairs: Moral Rhetoric, Reality and Responsibility."
A two-day public seminar, entitled "Education and Democracy in Islamic Societies: Implications for human security and Canadian foreign policy," will be held in the Jack Cram Auditorium (3700 McTavish St.) at McGill University on June 5 and 6.
McGill University will confer honorary degrees on Laurent Beaudoin, Julie Payette, Georges Brossard, Jacques Godbout, Fernand Lindsay and Atom Egoyan, among others.
A new tropical oil blend designed by McGill researchers may soon offer relief to calorie counters and cholesterol watchers.
A remarkable range of antibiotics under development may compromise our natural defences against infection, warns McGill evolutionary biologist Graham Bell.
Presenting the McGill professors keenly interested in covering Quebec-related issues.
Grade and high school children enrolled in English institutions across Quebec are about to learn just how much fun science can be. McGill University researchers, in collaboration with Quebec's Ministry of Education, have teamed up to design an improved backbone for the province's science curriculum: new teaching manuals.
McGill University's Percival Molson Stadium is again ready for action. The renovated facilities will have a positive effect on the University's sports and recreation programs.
McGill Principal Heather Munroe-Blum welcomed the Quebec government's endorsement of the Glen Project, saying the facility will be critical to providing the best education and training for physicians and other health care professionals.
McGill University's Redpath Museum has been revamped and it shows!