Management guru Henry Mintzberg hosts the first ever International Masters for Health Leadership, the world's only such instruction for top-notch health leaders from around the globe.
Roméo Dallaire, who headed the failed UN to Rwanda during that country's civil war and genocide spoke to a McGill audience about his experiences there, and asked the question: are some humans more human - and deserving of help - than others?
He's 88 and has written more books and articles than most of us have written grocery lists. He was also jailed twice in his native Argentina. He's Mario Bunge, philosophy professor.
Recent McGill grad Kristen Bussandri visited the City of Angels this summer -- over three days she managed to be cast as an extra in a movie and music video. Maybe next visit she'll run for Governor.
Undergraduate research officer Victor Chisholm recounts how he went from someone who was afraid to put his face in the water four years ago to a triathlon silver medalist in the Outgames.
Peter McNally is adding a third volume to Stanley Frost's comprehensive history of McGill. He's looking to tap into the memories of staff and faculty.
Between them, Dan Levitin and Sandy Pearlman have worked on records that have sold upwards of 300 million copies. Guess that makes them the right choice to teach a new course on the technology behind music production.
Physicist Claude Cohen-Tannoudji will deliver the Anna I. MacPherson Lecture in Physics on "Manipulating atoms with light."
McGill inherits 60 years' worth of archives from local Japanese-Canadians. The collection tells the sad story of Canada's internment camps during World War II and how a whole community rose from the ashes to thrive once again.
The athletics renovations are proceeding apace, with new facilities for martial arts, dance, golf and, eventually, a climbing wall.