McGill University's Homecoming takes a new twist this year: Mary Robinson will speak to alumni as part of a special effort to interest those who left McGill with a graduate degree rather than an undergraduate one.
Home is a simple word with so many meanings. Throughout October, McGill University has teamed up with the CBC, Concordia and Hour to explore the many facets of home as part of Montreal Matters 2003.
McGill University will host the 56th Annual Conference of the Institute of French-American History Institut d'Histoire de l'Amérique française (IHAF). Historians will come not only from Quebec but also from the resty of Canada, the United States and Europe.
Thanks to a $76,560 grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, McGill University educational and counselling psychology professors Jeffrey Derevensky and Rina Gupta, co-directors of the McGill International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems, will scrutinize the world of internet gambling.
Discover facts and features on Montreal's newest address for medical and scientific research, 740 Dr Penfield Avenue, a new scientific space that will change the face of research in Canada.
Public symposium and news conference will launch major research initiative.
This Saturday, November 17, at 3:00 pm, in the auditorium of Panthéon-Assas University in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, McGill Emeritus Professor of Law, Paul-André Crépeau, will receive a doctorate Honoris Causa from University President Bernard Teyssié
McGill Fall 2001 Convocation, Place des Arts, Tuesday, November 13, 2001, 2:00 pm: McGill honours Her Excellency Adrienne Clarkson, Chancellor Emerita Gretta Chambers, legendary organist Marie-Claire Alain, the Honourable Justice William Ian Cornell Binnie, and Chemistry Professor Byung Chan Eu.
The McGill Centre for Studies in Aging's Movement Disorders Clinic is organizing an art exhibition including paintings, song lyrics, a book, and photographs, by authors who suffer from Parkinson's disease or other varieties of movement disorders.
McGill University will hold its first "white coat ceremony". Second-year McGill medical students will formally receive their white coats on Friday, October 12, 2001. Which signals the transition from book learning and lab work to the world of clinical practice and direct observation of patients.