By Maria Gosselin
Last week, IT Services phished all faculty and staff members of McGill community. Yesterday, March 11, they did it again.
Educating users on the consequences of phishing is a challenge, especially since cybercriminals develop more sophisticated-looking emails and schemes every day. We’re all incredibly busy and bombarded with emails; even the most tech-savvy among us have fallen into their trap.
By Cynthia Lee
The faculties of medicine of Université Laval, Université de Montréal, McGill University and Université de Sherbrooke support the intent of the government to optimize resources in Quebec’s health care system to improve access to family physicians and specialists. However, yesterday the faculties voiced deep concerns to the Commission de la santé et des services sociaux about the expected negative impact on the training of future physicians and the number of family physicians in the province.
By Neale McDevitt
Despite the fact that McGill is one of Montreal’s largest employers and boasts upward of 2,000 retirees, it doesn’t have a pan-University association that serves former employees. Yes, the McGill Association of University Teachers (MAUT) has a retiree section, but that serves only retired academics.
But that is about to change, as the McGill University Retiree Association (MURA) is getting ready to open its doors to business.
By Neale McDevitt
When a fire broke out in the upper floor of Royal Victoria College’s West Wing on the morning of Feb. 10, it set in motion a chain of events that, in the end, ensured the safety of everyone, as the building was evacuated without incident.
By McGill Reporter Staff
McGill will present honorary degrees to two giants of medicine next month at a scientific symposium being held jointly with the McGill University Health Centre in celebration of the opening of the Glen site.