A PhD candidate in the Department of Biology, Joseph DiBattista recounts his wild adventure catching and tagging sharks in Florida.
Lunch-hour staff fitness classes begin September 12.
Natural Resource Sciences doctoral student Marianne Marcoux spent her summer perched on a cold rock shelf looking down on the frigid waters off Baffin Island. Sleep-away camp gone horribly awry? No, just part of her research studying the social structure of narwhals, those crazy whales with the unicorn horn.
The five latest winners of the Principal's Award for Administrative and Support Staff.
Phyllis Shapiro, McGill education professor and wife of Principal Emeritus Bernard Shapiro, passed away November 20 after a brief battle with cancer.
Are you sitting down? Good, because we're about to lay some shocking numbers on you. In total, Canada needs about 1,000 new translators per year -- even though we only produce 300 or 400! And, with Quebec doing more and more business with Latin American countries, there is a dearth of competent Spanish translators. Ay carumba, you say? Why not check out McGill's new Spanish translation program and get a jump on your new career?
Geography professor Garry Peterson is part of a worldwide effort to determine the best way to manage environmental change.
By week's end, some 6,100 students will have moved from the student ranks to become full-fledged McGill alumni.
It's back to school time, and this year, McGill is welcoming more new faces — students and professors alike — than ever before. With streamlined new ID systems and a plethora of welcome events, everyone should find the transition to a new year easier than ever before.
Researchers from across McGill's faculties take aim at a social ill that has long prowled in the shadows.