Nominations are now open for the 2004-05 Principal's Awards to recognize outstanding contributions made by McGill's administrative and support staff.
Our Internet service provider was experiencing problems on their network yesterday afternoon, which was subsequently causing Internet connectivity problems within the McGill community yesterday afternoon. These problems have since been resolved and full Internet service should be back to normal.
The endowment funds the creation and early support of innovative projects that benefit McGill students' physical and psychological well-being. Projects have included Envirofest and a Parasuicidal Behaviour Prevention and Treatment program. The new application deadline is November 30.
This award program recognizes the outstanding contributions of administrative and support staff. A total of five $5,000 awards, one for each category of staff, will be presented at the fall convocation ceremonies. Deadline for nominations: December 22, 2004.
Minerva and all related Banner administrative systems will be unavailable from 5 pm Friday, November 12, to 9 am Monday, November 15, 2004. ICS will be monitoring the process and providing any necessary status reports as well as further details on what the upgrade will bring.
The 37th Annual McGill QCC gala will be held on Thursday, November 11, at Redpath Hall. All new and returning members as well as McGill University administrators are invited to attend. If you have yet to send in your RSVP, please contact Hélène Fyfe at 514-398-4617.
The DELF and DALF are two modern diplomas designed to assess the communicative skills of candidates in real situations, using authentic documents.
Banner and Minerva are down until further notice. As a precaution, we are performing more tests and data validation before making the system available. This notice will be updated as appropriate.
This is a joint message from Bruce M. Shore, Dean of Students, and Louise Savard, Manager of McGill Security Services, to all McGill students. Please read the following message carefully.
CorporateTime (CT) licences will expire at the end of November and will not be renewed. This means that the CT server will be disconnected and access to use of CT will end. For many if not most CT account holders this is not an issue since they have moved from CT to Exchange and the ecalendar features available with Outlook and Outlook Web Access (OWA). If you are one of the few individuals who have yet to move off CT please contact your LAN manager immediately to be scheduled to be moved. Once the licences expire you will lose access to your CT ecalendar information.
Effective October 16, 2004, the rate for using the Long Distance DAS Service will be reduced from 10 cents per minute to 5 cents per minute. Please see more information on the NCS website.
Over the past three years the Faculty has witnessed incredible growth: in 2002-2003, we welcomed 24 new members to the Faculty; in 2003-2004, we welcomed 22 more; and this year a further 27 new professors joined the ranks.