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.
Professor Lamonde is a specialist in the joint fields of history of ideas, the history of the intellectual and the history of the book. To learn more about Professor Lamonde and his groundbreaking research on Quebec literature and civilization click on the link below.
This year, the Faculty of Arts presented an Award of Excellence for Administrative and Support Staff to two outstanding administrative officers, Georgii Mikula from the Department of History and Linda Montreuil from the Department of Economics. The Award for Excellence in Service to Graduate and Postdoctoral Students was won this year by Lynda Bastien of the Department of Languages and Literatures Administrative Services.
Click on the link below to consult the fact patterns, briefs and judgments of the first two trials, as well as critical articles, an extensive bibliography, and video footage from the second trial.
The ICC is now known as Instructional Multimedia Services (IMS). This change of name was made to better reflect the IMS's role as McGill's central facility for the design, development and production of multimedia materials as well as the loaning, installation and maintenance of audiovisual equipment. IMS also provides television production, photography and graphic design services. The new name will be phased in, so for a while there will be an overlap as the IMS makes adjustments to signage, equipment labels, stationery and so forth. The URL will change to www.mcgill.ca/ims, but the previous URL, www.mcgill.ca/icc, will still operate for now. All phone numbers and building addresses remain the same.
The Centre for Developing-Area Studies, which used to report to the vice-principal (research), now reports to the dean of the Faculty of Arts. The McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women, formerly reporting to the provost, now reports to the dean of the Faculty of Arts.
On September 7, 2004, the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors approved the appointment of Professor Marc Raboy, former director of the joint PhD program in communications at Université de Montréal, Concordia University and the Université du Québec à Montréal, to the Beaverbrook Chair in Ethics, Media and Communications, in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies, as of August 1, 2004.
APPC recently approved a multilateral exchange agreement for North American students studying North America, linking eight universities within the Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education.
"Strategic Planning Process," "Pushing Excellence: An agenda for developing tradition and innovation," and the McGill University presentation to the National Assembly Education Commission on September 28, 2004.