May

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(L to R) Principal Heather Munroe-Blum, former Chancellor Richard Pound, and Professor Walter P. Falcon share a light moment at Convocation.

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Professor Walter P. Falcon is hooded by Mrs. Brenda Norris while receiving his Honorary Doctorate from Chancellor Richard Pound at last week's Convocation ceremony on Macdonald Campus.
Owen Egan

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Students, families and staff gather in preparation for the Spring 2009 Convocation.

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Spring air fills every graduate's heart with excitement.

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The McGill Racing Team placed 14th worldwide in the Formula SAE competition held in Detroit, Michigan. The team placed first for fuel economy, with a fuel consumption of 1.6 liters for the 20 laps endurance race.
Dr Brian Kerley

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Urban gardeners (l to r) Maddie Guerlin and Mary Schroeder of Campus Crops, a McGill student group working towards obtaining gardening space on the downtown campus and promoting urban agriculture.
Claudio Calligaris

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Killam Trusts honour work in French literature, health science and engineering. (l to r): François Ricard, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum, Philippe Gros and Wagdi G. Habashi.
Owen Egan

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Pierre Moreau, Executive Director of Planning and Institutional Analysis, named Officier of the Palmes académiques by the General Consul of France in Quebec City, François Alabrune.
Consulat général de France à Québec

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Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum completes the formalities as Nicolas Dubuc receives a hard-earned BEng in Bioresource Engineering.
Owen Egan

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Ogilvy Renault and its lawyers give $1M to McGill’s Faculty of Law. (l to r): Partner Patrick M. Shea, BCL/LLB’99, Dean Nicholas Kasirer, BLC/LLB’85, Ogilvy Chairman Norman M. Steinberg, BSc’71, BCL’75.
Claudio Calligaris

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Noor Johnson receives the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship awarded to 12 McGill doctoral students in support of world-class research, by The Hon. Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology).
Martin Lipman

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