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Civility: It’s the glue that holds society together

In the grand scheme of things, McGill University scholar John A. Hall explains, civility is the glue that holds society together. The Globe and Mail

Published: 11 Apr 2016

Conversation avec Brenda Milner

Presque centenaire, Brenda Milner est toujours professeure de psychologie à l'Institut de neurologie de Montréal et au département de neurologie et neurochirurgie de l'Université McGill. Elle est également l'une des pionnières de la neuropsychologie cognitive. Arnaud Decroix revient avec elle sur son parcours et sur les débuts de cette discipline....

Published: 11 Apr 2016

Zika: Plus nous en savons...

« Le drame, c'est qu'une fois qu'on le sait, on ne peut rien faire, sauf interrompre la grossesse », souligne Anne Gatignol, chercheuse à l'Institut Lady Davis de recherches médicales et professeure au département de microbiologie et d'immunologie à l'Université McGill. La Presse

Published: 8 Apr 2016

Outside the Box: Good design can influence family life

Article by Avi Friedman, architecture professor. Ottawa Citizen

Published: 7 Apr 2016

Dion's complicated dance to justify Saudi arms deal

Op-ed by Andrew Potter, incoming director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada. Montreal Gazette

Published: 7 Apr 2016

Panama Papers: Understanding tax evasion

Mutsumi Takahashi interviews Ken Lester of the Desautels Faculty of Management. CTV News

Published: 7 Apr 2016

Opinion: It all depends on what you mean by 'fascist'

Op-ed by William Watson, professor of economics. Montreal Gazette

Published: 6 Apr 2016

Technical workers groom their social skills

“You have to learn to tell the story about what it is, and why it works. At some point, you’re going to have to explain this to investors, and if you come in with dry, technical stuff, you run a risk of losing their interest.” Donald Smith, professor and plant scientist. The Globe and Mail

Published: 6 Apr 2016

Comment recycler les revenus du marché du carbone?

La tarification n’est pas sans risque, écrit le groupe dirigé par Christopher Ragan, professeur d’économie à l’Université McGill. Le Devoir

Published: 6 Apr 2016

Supportive management can make/break nursing careers

“Paying close attention to the leadership practices of nurse managers could go a long way in improving patient care and increasing the retention rate among our new nurses.” Mélanie Lavoie-Tremblay, associate professor, Ingram School of Nursing. McKnight's

Published: 5 Apr 2016

Networking for introverts: a cheetah at a lion's game

Op-ed co-written by Karl Moore, professor at Desautels Faculty of Management, and Daniel Metliski, student. Forbes

Published: 5 Apr 2016

Des dictionnaires pour protéger les langues autochtones

«La Micmaque qui nous servait de référence dans notre étude de cette langue voulait que nos travaux puissent être utiles à sa communauté, a souligné Jessica Coon de l’Université McGill....

Published: 4 Apr 2016

How offshore banking costs Canada billions per year

“We have a tax system that is totally unfair and incapable of being administered in any kind of a coherent fashion,” Allison Christians, chair in tax law at McGill University, said. Toronto Star

Published: 4 Apr 2016

David Bird’s top places to see owls in Canada

Article by David Bird, Emeritus Professor of Wildlife Biology. DK

Published: 4 Apr 2016

Smeagol has been discovered in Brazillian Caves

“Its name matches its biology,” says arachnid expert Christopher Buddle, referring to the fact that Smeagol spent years isolated in a cave, eventually growing into the pale, secluded Gollum. Albany Daily Star

Published: 1 Apr 2016