Admin & governance news
McGill is kicking off 2003 by vastly expanding its recycling efforts. Every major building at the University, be they downtown or at Macdonald Campus, will now feature at least one recycling station for the disposal of plastics, glass, metals and paper.
Four Montreal universities submit a brief on the fluctuation of the clientele in the education sector to the Commission de l'Éducation
The heads of the four Montreal universities submit a brief on the fluctuation of the clientele in the education sector to the Commission de l'Éducation.
For the first time, a university outside of the United States has been named one of the "Hot Schools" for 2003 by Kaplan/Newsweek's annual college guide.
Nearly 5,000 students are receiving hard-earned recognition at one of nine convocations at McGill this spring. During each ceremony, the University will also confer honorary degrees on a wide range of individuals. Whether they are Oscar winners or best-selling authors, the list of 14 recipients is impressive.
A magnet for the world's top genomics and proteomics researchers is being constructed at McGill University. The new building will be the final component of McGill's TechSquare and an integral part of the McGill University Health Centre.
Internationally renowned for his pioneering work in Genomics, Dr. Thomas J. Hudson is director of the Montreal Genome Centre. Read on to learn more about Hudson, the catalyst behind the Montreal Genomics and Proteomics Centre and Jamson T.N. Wong Laboratories for Bone and Periodontal Research (MGPC).
Life is about to be explored in revolutionary new ways at McGill. The University is set to construct an innovative life sciences building that will change the way research is conducted. Built at a total cost of $53.1 million, the Francesco Bellini Life Sciences Building will be the centrepiece of the largest research complex of its kind in Eastern Canada and will be one of the biggest construction projects undertaken in McGill's history.
McGill University Health Centre - Procter & Gamble announces strategic alliance with GMP companies for novel treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
McGill University Health Centre - Procter & Gamble Announces Strategic Alliance with GMP Companies for Novel Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
David R. Colman, Ph.D., Annenberg Professor of Moleclar Biology and Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York will succeed Professor Rrichar Murphy as director of the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI).
Calling the Quebec government "an essential partner" if the University is to fulfil its promise to society, Principal Bernard Shapiro today addressed the parliamentary commission on education, in the company of other senior McGill officials and a student representative, at the National Assembly in Quebec City. While he thanked the government for last year's start on reinvesting in the system of higher education, Principal Shapiro noted that McGill has not received its fair share from Quebec.
McGill is rolling out the welcome mat this weekend. On February 3, from 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m., the University is holding its annual Open House for prospective students. Siblings and parents are also being urged to attend.