Instructional Multimedia Services hosts their second annual Teaching and Technology Fair. There's no Ferris wheel, but there will be a slew of pedagogy programs and teaching tools on display.
As a mathematician, his tools of the trade were a pencil and paper. Now Denis Thérien makes all the big decisions about things like the genome centre and high-performance computers. How did the self-described math "freak" wind up in charge of all McGill's research?
Businessman, philanthropist and McGill Board of Governors member John Cleghorn given an honorary degree.
Rolando Del Maestro breaks the da Vinci code; Jody Heymann goes to bat for U.S. moms; McGill's Rare Books and Special Collections Division gets star treatment in France; and Chris Buddle takes on an army of grubs.
Matt Haimovitz, music professor and "Pizza parlour prodigy," is performing at the Yellow Door.
Clive Chang gets a prestigious nod for his volunteering and McGill's Centraide efforts earn special mention.
Civil engineering professor Patrick Selvadurai uses mathematical modelling to improve any number of complex engineering projects - for instance, how soil around pipelines freezes or how the disposal of nuclear waste will have an effect on the earth thousands of years from now.
Shree Mulay, director of the McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women, offers her point of view of what International Women's Day means in Canada.
This issue's web gems installment highlights a trio of essential websites.
The Annual McGill Charity Ball stands out from other fundraisers, since it's one of the oldest student initiatives held for the benefit of the McGill Cancer Centre.