Undergraduates will be able to put a little Bio into their Byron with a new degree that will start accepting students in September. The BASC blends courses from the Arts and Sciences to provide a flexible interdisciplinary learning experience.
McGill law faculty helps organize legal workshop that addresses northern concerns: prisons, abuse and FM radio.
Architecture prof Annmarie Adams will be enjoying her own homecoming of sorts in 2008, when she hopes to return to her alma mater, University of California Berkeley, after winning the $40,000 Arcus Endowment Scholar-in-Residence award.
Urban Planning hosts a conference on making a tasty city.
"Growing up in Montreal" is a new exhibition on the history of childhood in the city.
Saideman offers his opinion on the increasing number of people who maintain that the events of 9/11 were just part of an intricate conspiracy perpetrated by members of the U.S. government, military and private sectors. Saideman knows too well the reality of the attacks, having been inside the Pentagon when the plane struck.
Jin Wu, a distinguished oceanic scientist and former minister of education for the Republic of China, will discuss a Chinese admiral's voyages.
Speaking of whatzamabobbits, check out music researcher Marcelo Wanderley's funky futuristic musical contraptions.
The Graduate School of Library and Information Science, the Faculty of Music and the Faculty of Dentistry are all celebrating their 100th anniversaries this year. We asked the heads of these three programs to think about what the next hundred years holds for their fields.
After the world's obsession with gold medal counts during the Torino Olympics, McGill BCom student Laura Ruhnke gives a refreshing firsthand account of what it was like to play for the Swiss national women's hockey team at the Games.