Two members of the McGill community were among the winners of the prestigious Prix du Québec, presented at the National Assembly on November 18: Frederick Andermann (Prix Wilder-Penfield for biomedical research) and Lorne Trottier (Prix Lionel-Boulet for leadership in scientific advancement).
McGill University and Ex Libris (USA) Inc. announce a new library system that will enable users to access the Libraries' online catalogue and collections, as well as worldwide resources, through a web-based interface.
Ten seniors between the ages of 70 and 90 will graduate on February 6 from an eight-week Internet workshop held at Manoir Montefiore, a Côte St. Luc senior's residence, in collaboration with the McGill University Centre for Applied Family Studies
Redmen football history and free downloadable software.
McGill University invites applications and nominations for the Trenholme Director of Libraries. The position is funded by a named endowment, the first of its kind in Canada.
Minister of Industry John Manley attends the launch of a web site created at McGill University featuring over 2000 images from the archives of renowned architect Moshe Safdie.
Widely considered the father of computer music, the renowned Stanford University scientist Max Mathews is visiting McGill to talk about his latest invention, Scanned Synthesis.
Find It@McGill is a powerful new navigation and research tool that allows seamless connection from many of McGill’s research databases directly to online full-text articles, or to a title listing for non electronic/print journals, books or other library materials in MUSE.
Researchers have developed a control system for classrooms that responds to instructor activity and automates control of the room's technological tools.
Ground will be officially broken for innovative teaching facilities at McGill on Monday, December 17. Pauline Marois, Quebec's Deputy Premier and Finance Minister, will be present at a press conference and groundbreaking ceremony to announce the Government of Quebec's multi-million contribution towards the construction of McGill's new Lorne M. Trottier Building. Named after engineering alumnus Lorne M. Trottier, the new facilities are being constructed at a total cost of $17 million, the new teaching facilities will be built to enable McGill to meet the surging demand for information technology and engineering professionals across North America.