The Canadian branches of the international science and commerce student organization AIESEC held their national conference at McGill. On the table were discussions about networking, internships and working with the corporate world for international development.
New and returning staff and students have panoply of resources to turn to. From Welcome Week's Parents Tent that assuages anxious families to the Research Grants Office seminar to help faculty get funding.
How do you get 500 students to listen to a half-dozen mini presentations by profs? Why, offer free soup, of course.
Reflecting on "Cool Britannia" as the U.K. heads to the polls.
A PhD candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences, Marianne Marcoux braves polar bears and sun-filled nights to study the mysterious narwhal.
The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada and Social Development Canada are teaming up to host a conference that will look at the new challenges facing our nation's social programs.
Nearing the end of a stellar rookie season as dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Christophe Pierre fills readers in on what he plans as an encore.
As the UN special envoy on AIDS in Africa, Stephen Lewis has seen heartbreaking and inspiring episodes. Canada, and especially the students and researchers at Macdonald campus, can do a lot to help.
Don Smith, Chair of the Department of Plant Science, spearheads a new distance teaching initiative that links Canadian grad students from coast to coast.
McGill convocations take place further afield than even Ste. Anne de Bellevue. The Nunavut Teacher Education Program has been producing educators for the northern territories for years.