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Professor Bieler reviews Professor Aziz Choudry's recent Nottingham University talk

Andreas Bieler, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Nottingham/UK, has reviewed a recent talk by DISE's Professor Aziz Choudry.

Published: 24Oct2016

Le Devoir speaks to Define the Line's Dr. Shariff: analysis of University leaders' response in U Laval sexual assaults

Le Devoir.com - Libre de penser"Rectors of Laval University and University of Ottawa were criticized over the weekend for their reaction to sexual scandals," wrote Isabelle Porter in part for 

Published: 24Oct2016

Faculty of Education launches undergrad program in First Nations community

Posted on Thursday, October 20, 2016 by James Martin | McGill Reporter
The first cohort of McGill’s new Bachelor of Education First Nations Inuit Education (Kindergarten-Elementary) degree program and program administrators. / Photo: Jim Howden

Published: 24Oct2016

First Open Forum: Provost's Taskforce on Indigenous Studies & Indigenous Education


Open Forum

Tuesday, November 22, 2016   3PM-5PM

Lev Buhkman Room, Student Society of McGill University (SSMU) Building

3600 Rue McTavish Street


Professor Shariff speaks to CTV regarding string of sexual assaults at Laval U

Professor Shaheen Shariff, Director of the Define the Line projects, spoke to CTV's Genevieve Beauchemin this week regarding a string of sexual assaults that occurred over the weekend at Université Laval. Please click here to view the newscast.

Published: 18Oct2016

Holiday Pop Up Shop (Call for Vendors)


Do you have a special or unique side business, hobby/craft, or talent/service?  …then please read on!

Call for VENDORS

for the Faculty of Education Holiday POP-UP SHOP to raise money for Centraide (United Way).

Academic Advisors: Information Session, MATL programs at McGill


Invitation to all Undergrad Students and Academic Advisors to join us for a pizza lunch and attend an Information Seminar on the Masters of Arts in Teaching and Learning (MATL) to explore opportunities for students to further their studie