The McGill International Health Initiative was founded by medical students who want the Canadian government to help alleviate the AIDS crisis in the developing world by making cheap medications available.
A pair of McGill researchers in different parts of the world find that forests are on the rebound. But is that a good thing?
Despite the cold, blowing rain, hundreds of MUNACA members turned up at the Roddick Gates on October 21 to express their displeasure with the administration's position on contract negotiation. Chanting slogans and wielding placards, the demonstrators marched from the gates to demonstrate in front of the James Administration building. MUNACA represents 1,500 clerical and technical staff, library assistants and nurses. The university is asking staff to work more hours and has proposed eliminating some paid holidays.
Rookies to McGill's professorial ranks take heart; the TLS offers lots of TLC to new arrivals.
Canada is growing, and it's not entirely in a good way. Obesity is on the rise, and experts participating in a McGill conference say that diet alone won't solve the problem.
McGill nets eight new CRCs and has four renewals -- to the tune of $10,500,000.
A poet PhD publishes in Nature.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum treks out to the West Island for the Mac Town Hall. As usual, audience members pulled no punches, asking all the tough questions.
Assistant producer in IMS, Cotic films and records all kinds of events for McGill. She also has her own radio show on CKUT.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum speaks for the McGill community in expressing her deepest sorrow to the families of the victims of the Virginia Tech murders.