Cynthia Ené, an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering, is the winner of a prestigious scholarship from the Canadian Engineering Memorial Fund. Ené received the honour at the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers, which was held in Regina, Saskatchewan, on May 13, 2005.
A team of students from McGill are $2,500 richer and ready to plunge into the business world after winning in the university category of the Québec Entrepreneurship Contest. They are ready to launch an ambitious plan to make education more digital and to change the way students hit the books.
Measured portions and persistence should matter most to dieters, according to new findings by McGill University researchers. Bärbel Knäuper, a professor in McGill's Department of Psychology, led a team of scientists who discovered that trying to follow a list of special rules or gimmicks is less effective than sticking to a long-term plan of calorie reduction and exercise.
A world leader in water management has been appointed Associate Vice-Principal and Dean of McGill University's Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Chandra Madramootoo begins his five-year term at the helm of Macdonald Campus on August 15, 2005.
Peter A. Todd, a leading expert in the use and organization of information technology, is the new Dean of McGill's Faculty of Management.
June 10: McGill students and staff commemorate donations of bodies to science.
Strategy gurus beware: management professor Henry Mintzberg is back with a new book that turns some favourite corporate conventions on their head.
The future of our country's popular Medicare program may face serious challenges from a Supreme Court of Canada ruling scheduled for today. In the Chaoulli case, the plaintiff alleges that Medicare is unconstitutional, and the ruling may open the door for a two-tiered health care system in Canada.
Four McGill researchers have been added to the ranks of the Ordre national du Québec, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development of Quebec society.
A new record, "The Colour's Coming Back," is being launched at Montreal's Mansfield Athletic Club on June 9. The CD, a Canadian first, features original songs written by McGill University alumni to inspire people affected by cancer.