The Food Science Team Fitamin Multimeal was selected as a finalist, out of 56 competitors, in the IFT Developing Solutions for Developing Countries competition. Today, they won 1st place! Congratulations! Fitamin Multimeal was developed to improve the nutritional status of children and pregnant woman in Yemen.
Professor Chris Buddle appointed as the new Dean of Students of McGill
Interested in hands-on learning focused on finding solutions to real-world problems in health and nutrition, the environment, bioproducts and bioprocessing, and engineering? Then our programs are just what you are looking for!
Macdonald offers a variety of undergraduate degrees, majors and specializations in food, health and nutrition, agricultural and environmental sciences, bioresource engineering, life sciences and agricultural economics.
More than one-quarter of our students are graduate students, making the campus a hub for discussion and debate regarding issues of the environment, ecosystems, biosciences and bioproducts, food, food safety and security, nutrition and health.
This three-year college-level academic and practical program is designed to promote career mobility in the agri-food sector, giving students the skills needed to operate and manage an agricultural enterprise.
The bus stop for the shuttle has been relocated to McGill College Ave., south of Sherbrooke St., on the east side of the street.This relocation has been made necessary by the City of Montreal’s major infrastructure project on Sherbrooke St. The bus stop may be moved to 527 Sherbrooke in front of the Elizabeth Wirth Music Building (to be confirmed). Traffic congestion generated by the construction may affect the bus schedule.