Putting money away for your goals doesn't have to be challenging. You just need to know where to start. For almost 60 years, millions of Canadians have been purchasing Canada Savings Bonds (CSBs) through the Payroll Savings Program. Fully backed by the Government of Canada, CSBs are cashable at any time. Plus, there are no fees to purchase, hold or redeem your bonds. Saving doesn't get any easier. Find out how you can sign up through the McGill Payroll Savings Program.
The Department of Pension Administration offers three different information sessions to help you plan for your future. To register, please leave a message at the following number, 514-398-8484, or email Celine Garrocho (email@example.com). Space is limited.
Did you know that a component of the 2004-05 Salary Policy for eligible academic staff is the recently established Professional Development Allowance of up to $500? Tenure-track and tenured academics may now be reimbursed for specific University-related expenses limited to...
Staff development program for administrative and support staff including trades & services personnel
Did you know that McGill University's Human Resources department offers an array of staff development courses that are open to administrative support staff, including trades and services personnel?
Celebrate the 100-year anniversary of McGill's Faculty of Music by joining the McGill Community Choir. Under the leadership of founding Musical Director and Associate Director of the McGill Conservatory of Music Dean Jobin-Bevans, all academic and administrative and support staff, along with anyone who enjoys being associated with McGill, now have the opportunity to participate in a home-grown choir. Rehearsals will begin this fall.
The Centre for University Teaching and Learning (CUTL) will become Teaching and Learning Services (TLS). The TLS will work on academic development at all levels: instructional, organizational, professional and personal. The TLS will administer the McGill Teaching and Learning Improvement Fund (formerly the Royal Bank Fund), and collaborate with departmental, faculty and University administrators and support units, as well as individual teaching staff, to support, develop and improve teaching at McGill. It will be headed by an academic director, reporting directly to the Deputy Provost and CIO. Profs. Lynn McAlpine and Cynthia Weston will alternate interim directorship until June 2005, when a new director will be appointed.
MEQ's Fonds des services aux collectivités: Quebec universities are again invited to submit projects. Deadline: December 15, 2004. Revised guidelines will be available in mid-October. For information call 514-398-2985.
Thursday, October 28, 2004, is Fall convocation day. Please be sure to confirm your personal information on Minerva, and visit the Convocations website for information pertaining to graduation and convocation.