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Men's volleyball coach José Rebelo and graduate Karolina Wisniewska are accomplished athletes in their fields. Both are Paralympians, but it is their athleticism, not their disabilities that define them.
This fall, about a dozen top graduate students will become the first cohort of a new regime to train scientists. The McGill Behavioural Neuroscience Training Program prepares young scientists for the competitive world of neuroscience research.
Teachers, scientists and university professors put their heads together to design new ways to teach science in the Quebec educational system. In the end, it was a learning experience for everyone.
A recent CREPUQ survey revealed that incoming undergraduate students to Quebec universities are woefully unprepared for the modern research library. Library studies professor Diane Mittermeyer talks about the results, and where we go from here.
Aleksandra Leligdowicz, Alexandra Conliffe and Simon Rabinovitch all come from very different backgrounds, but are all headed to the same place. The three are all headed to Oxford by being McGill's latest Rhodes Scholarship recipients.
A prof in a tank, a ranting psychologist, a physicist with a lead brick and the man from Brynania are the four winners of the 2003 Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
The Spanish city of Seville was the setting for an interfaith discussion on how religion can increase tolerance. Dean of Religious Studies Barry Levy was central to the planning of the international gathering.