As the December 8 Québec election approaches, the party leaders are preparing to tomorrow evening's televised debate. The following McGill experts will be available today and tomorrow to discuss what the party leaders must do to be successful, and share their reactions to the debate.
Biology professor named to head RSC’s Academy of Science
The McGill Human Rights Working Group and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism will be presenting a discussion, "From Canada to Kandahar: Afghanistan pre- and post-9/11," with Afghan-Canadian journalist and filmmaker Nelofer Pazira, star of the film "Kandahar."
The Liberal Party of Canada's leadership convention will be held in Montreal Nov. 28-Dec. 2. We suggest the following sources for your reports on the Liberal leadership race:
First-of-its-kind program will provide recruitment outreach, bursaries, scholarships and cultural activities designed to help indigenous students succeed.
Brian Ward, a McGill professor of microbiology and researcher at the McGill University Health Centre, was the first lecturer in the University's new learning series for media: Insight @ McGill. The topic: avian flu.
McGill calls for incentives for private giving and measures to ease chronic underfunding of universities
McGill University urged the government of Quebec to introduce a series of measures in support of the diversification of revenue sources for universities and institutions of higher learning.
Two McGill researchers have been awarded Killam Research Fellowships: Brian Young, Department of History, and Hong Guo, Department of Physics. In all, 17 outstanding Canadian researchers have been awarded a total of $2 million in the 36th annual competition for Killam Research Fellowships, administered by the Canada Council for the Arts.
PORT is a transdisciplinary program with the objective of preparing the next generation of researchers to design, evaluate and implement state-of-the-art psychosocial interventions, based on solid theoretical foundations, and apply them to care in the oncology field.
Professor Musa Kamal, a world leader in the fields of polymer engineering and processing, is receiving the Purvis Award from the Society of Chemical Industry at the 2004 SCI Canada Awards Dinner in Toronto on February 25.