Sauvé Scholars Speak Out is a series of talks that will occur for the rest of the semester. Ten of the 14 scholars will address topics from their home countries. The first talk is "Will there be a fair Khmer Rouge Tribunal?" Panel discussion led by Ana Nov, from Cambodia.
What's green, growing and more vibrant than ever at 101 years old? Why, Macdonald Campus, of course.
Alas poor Yorick, how much I can learn from your skull... Richard Fraser digs up Army Medical Museum bone collection, formerly used for teaching purposes, for Osler Library exhibit.
The McGill-hosted Québec Lucide conference proved once again that few Quebecers pack 'em in like Lucien Bouchard.
McGill will host next year's largest French-language science conference.
Anthropology and Social Studies in Medicine professor Margaret Lock is awarded SSHRC's highest prize.
VP Morty Yalovsky presented the final numbers for last years budget. The numbers are down overall, but there is some hope on the horizon.
Janyne Hodder heads for sunny climes; Robin Eley becomes Internal Audit chief; Bruce Shore returns to the classroom; and Don McLean starts his second term conducting the Schulich School of Music.
Law professor Desmond Manderson is doing research on the theory of law, interpretation and the constitution of law in children's literature.
Though organized by a former Olympian, the second annual High Performance Camp for Aboriginal students focused on much more than sports.