Just a few of McGill's more successful and creative green initiatives.
Peter Todd returns to his alma mater, McGill, this time as Dean of the Faculty of Management.
Bet you didn't know that the very first Centraide march back in 1991 kicked off on McGill's downtown campus. Sure did.
Ballet dancer, chemistry whiz, inventor, legal scholar — McGill honours Canada's best and brightest with degrees.
Four of McGill's top profs share their secrets on teaching well.
As chair of McGill's Centraide campaign, Judy Dear is putting in 12-hour days. She's also the chair of the Management Forum. Remarkably, she says she isn't stressed.
So, should we split the yarrow or keep it together? Just one of the pressing questions weighing on the minds of the caretakers of the recently reopened Roslyn Robertson Herb and Scent Garden.
The Innocence Project in the Faculty of Law uses the energies of students and professors to help free the wrongfully convicted.
McGill researchers get a $38.6 million boost in the arm.
Jacques Hurtubise, appointed associate vice-principal (research) in August, will be sitting behind a bigger desk sooner than he expected. He will be the acting vice-principal (research) upon the departure of Louise Proulx, who is leaving her VP portfolio at the end of September.