Four Burning Questions
By Elisabeth Faure
By McGill Reporter Staff
After the Budget Book was approved by the Board of Governors on April 28, the McGill Reporter sat down with Provost Anthony C. Masi to talk about Budget FY2015, reinvestment, funding our priorities and McGill’s financial future.
How would you summarize McGill’s budget for fiscal year 2014-2014 (FY2015)?
Remember that the Budget Book presents a plan to support and advance our University’s mission and goals. The allocations start with FY2015 but extend over the subsequent four fiscal and academic years to 2019.
Let’s face it: most kids outpace their parents’ technical skills online midway through primary school. But while tweens and teens may know way more than their parents when it comes to navigating Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and or Ask.FM, they don’t always show the experience, maturity and judgment to manage these powerful tools in responsible ways.
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