As of Monday, June 2, changes were made to McGill’s Anti-spam system in order to better protect the McGill community from phishing attempts and other email fraud. The new settings may cause some messages to be falsely identified as spam and quarantined (i.e., blocked from your Inbox).
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By McGill Reporter Staff
Carleton University will bestow an honorary degree on McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor Suzanne Fortier on June 10 to recognize her “outstanding leadership in the Canadian scientific community while fostering research opportunities for future generations of scholars.”
Stuart H. “Kip” Cobbett, Chair of McGill’s Board of governors, said Prof. Fortier’s honour is highly deserved.
The daily 30-minute 7 a.m. blasting session associated with the construction of a new service tunnel under the Lyman Duff Building and Montreal Neurological Institute and Montreal Neurological Hospital (the Neuro) has been shifted to noon, starting Wednesday, May 28.
The change is to help minimize evening and overnight activities on the construction site.
The following is a message from Principal Suzanne Fortier:
Participate in a unique, collaborative partnership that brings together five postsecondary institutions – Cegeps (Dawson, Centennial, John Abbott and Marianopolis) and McGill as the lead institution. McGill faculty, course lecturers/instructors and teaching assistants are invited to participate in this research project by sharing their valued perspective on Universal Design for Learning and diversity in the classroom.
TISED will host a talk by Dr. Kristina Johnson who will be receiving an honourary doctorate from the Faculty of Engineering this month.
The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre presents a public forum featuring experts on everything from new ideas in cancer prevention and environmental causes of cancer to stemming the tide of sunlight-associated skin cancer and the importance of exercise in cancer prevention and its role in rehabilitation and supportive care programming. May 27; 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.; McIntyre Medical Sciences Building (1200 Pine Avenue West), Martin Theatre, 6th floor. Sessions will be delivered in English. The Question and Answer period will be bilingual. Refreshments will be served.
Breathe easy. The McGill community is invited to attend a special event in support of a smoke-free McLennan-Redpath Terrace on Wednesday, May 28, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., rain or shine. Take in the special performances and speeches or strike a pose in our “terrace photo booth.” Refreshments will be provided in partnership with McGill Food & Dining Services. For more information on the initiative, click here.
Jack Goldsmith (1949-2014) had been a McGill photographer since 1976. A co-founder of the Montreal Carpet Appreciation Society; Goldsmith was a rug and rare book collector on West and East Asian art, travel and T.E. Lawrence. He studied photography at Dawson College, graduated from Concordia University in Anthropology and taught both subjects intermittently.
After dispatching the NHL’s top team last week, the Montreal Canadiens are in tough against the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Down two games to none, the Habs will be without goaltender Carey Price for the remainder of the series. Now, more than ever, the team needs your support. Send us you pictures of you decked out in bleu, blanc and rouge so we can create a photo gallery. Send all your pictures and caption information (who is in the picture, where you are, anecdotes, etc.) to neale [dot] mcdevitt [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Neale McDevitt).