This edition of McGill newsmakers shines the spotlight on three researchers and a trio of musicians.
SSHRC is running a cross-country consultation on a process it calls "From Granting Council to Knowlege Council". Associate dean (Research and Graduate Studies) John Galaty is coordinating McGill's contributions.
Vancouverite Wendy Brett goes from working in a plumbing company to helping first-year francophone students get their bearings.
Winter's here, so you might as well enjoy it, and where better than at the McConnell Winter Arena, where you can observe the art of driving a Zamboni.
Now that McGill's student population has become 60% female at the undergraduate level, people are starting to ask why this is occurring and, more importantly, do we care?
Conference-goers comment on the Dawson College tragedy.
People use communication technology in dramatically different ways, amounts and reasons around the world, according to a recent graduate student conference held at McGill.
La Faculté de gestion Desautels de McGill et HEC Montréal unissent leurs forces respectives pour offrir un tout nouveau programme EMBA conjoint aux gestionnaires de haut niveau.
An excerpt from the forthcoming "The Man Who Killed Harry Houdini," by Don Bell. The man in question was McGill theology student James Whitehead.
It may be one of the coolest nicknames in recent times. World-renowned religious scholar Karen "The Runaway Nun" Armstrong waxes poetic, wise and sometimes funny on all things religious during the Beatty Lecture.