McGill archaeology students excavate Parc Safari burial ground
Donald L. Smith recognized with Michel-Jurdant Award
Astrophysicist recognized for exceptional contribution to field with Urgel-Archambault Award
Lecture to launch "Safdie's Sixties: Looking Forward to Looking Back" exhibit
McGill's Faculty of Education marks milestone in teacher education
The McGill Global Conference on the Prevention of Genocide, which begins October 11 in Montreal, will gather the world's pre-eminent survivors, decision-makers, academics, witnesses and journalists to examine ways in which society can act to address the most horrific and intractable human rights problem of the past century. Senator Roméo Dallaire, whose best-selling autobiography, "Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda," was recently released as a full-length feature film, will be among the featured participants. He recently spoke with the McGill Reporter's Pascal Zamprelli.
The McGill Journal of Medicine has won the AVENIR SANTÉ award at the ninth annual Forces AVENIR awards. The award includes a $4,000 grant.
Series to focus on our environment – air, water and soil
Every Monday in the Globe and Mail's Report on Business, Karl Moore interviews professors and thinkers, CEOs and exciting young professors.
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