We may have more food than ever before, but the way it is being produced and distributed is creating the framework for a major health crisis in the future.
A quartet of students were flown in from up north to complete their Certificate in Northern Social Work Practice before funding dries up. McGill's program is unique in the world in that it is the only one in which courses are offered in the students' first language, Inuttitut.
For every person greeting potential students visiting campus for McGill's Open House, there are another 20 who helped make the event happen.
The impetus behind PhD student Liz Meyer's study looking at gendered harassment in high schools was born following her own wrongful dismissal as a teacher for being gay.
As administrative officer in the Department of Medicine and the MUHC, Christine Dolden handles vacation schedules and appointment forms and manages office space for nearly 700 staff. She recently won the Anne McCormick Award for Excellence in the Faculty of Medicine.
McGill students Andrea Charbonneau and Farah Williamson to set up Shelter Wakadogo to help children in Uganda.
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.