Following the announcement that Lorne M. Trottier is donating up to $10 million to help build a new Information Technology teaching facilities at McGill University, curious reporters might have a few follow-up questions. Like, for instance, who is Lorne M. Trottier?
Janine Schmidt has been appointed as Trenholme Director of Libraries. Her term in office will begin on February 1, 2005.
SYTACom will serve as an intellectual watering hole, drawing together and nourishing researchers working on advanced systems and technologies in communications. The new infrastructure will pool knowledge and build networks.
The Library Improvement Fund set up by the Students' Society of McGill University has raised over a million dollars to improve the quality of on-campus libraries.
The installation of a new CLUMEQ supercomputer will allow high performance numerical simulation and visualisation.
Joining the panel of experts at the 10th Dubtech Summit held in the United Arab Emirates on February 8 and 9, 2005, McGill University's James Archibald underlined Canada's strategies and approaches in shaping the information society.
Janine Schmidt made a name for herself as an inventive and forward-looking librarian at the University of Queensland. Now she's the new Trenholme Director of Libraries at McGill, and she's ready for the challenge.
McGill University and Concordia University unite to purchase revolutionary administrative computer systems.
The Anna I. McPherson Lectures in Physics for 2002 will be given by Professor Horst Stormer, professor in the Physics Department at Columbia University.
Is the newborn preference for speech innate, developed in utero or acquired during the early days post-partum? McGill University psychologist Dr Athena Vouloumanos says she's broken the uterine sound barrier and filtered out speech from non-speech and established that newborns' preference for the sound of speech is at least partly innate.