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Spring 1998 convocations will take place from May 27 to June 9 and will feature eleven honorary degrees and the first group of graduates from the Aboriginal Literacy Program.
The Medical Research Council of Canada has awarded $10 million to McGill and its affiliated hospitals to pursue research in a variety of health sectors.
Official opening of the McGill School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition's world-class clinical research facility.
The Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University is the recent recipient of a $1-million gift from the Tokyo-based BDK Foundation to establish the Numata Lectureship in Buddhist Studies.
Principal Bernard Shapiro is traveling through the United States with Quebec premier Lucien Bouchard to promote Quebec universities and partnership with the private sector.
McGill University professors and students will be participating in the 66th Acfas conference. This release is in French only.
A generous gift of $1.5 million from the Drs Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation results in the creation of a Chair in Chinese Cultural Studies.
Nobel Peace laureate Joseph Rotblat will speak tonight at McGill on "Preservation of humankind in the nuclear age."
Great lecturers take the stand at McGill in March.
Significant contributions result in the creation of two endowment funds for Jewish Studies at McGill University.
Chapters Inc. bookstores takes over the management of the McGill bookstore.
A new study describes the economic impact of McGill University on the provincial economy.
French authorities applaud McGill's initiative to provide a centre for the testing of French proficiency.
McGill professor Samarthji Lal is the recipient of the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Distinguished Scientist Award for his research on schizophrenia.
This press release contains a list of key researchers in the field of HIV/AIDS.