March 10, 2005

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March 10, 2005 - Volume 37 Number 12
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  Bonnie Borenstein examines one of next year�s 40,000 undergraduate course calendars with Jean-Pierre Gentile of Payette and Simms printers. Borenstein and her colleagues in the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar�s office began to prepare the 624-page document in mid-October, and the books will be delivered to campus on March 11. The undergraduate calendar is the largest of the 10 calendars published by ARR. The current online version can be found through www.mcgill.ca/courses.

Bonnie Borenstein examines one of next year's 40,000 undergraduate course calendars with Jean-Pierre Gentile of Payette and Simms printers. Borenstein and her colleagues in the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's office began to prepare the 624-page document in mid-October, and the books will be delivered to campus on March 11. The undergraduate calendar is the largest of the 10 calendars published by ARR. The current online version can be found through www.mcgill.ca/courses.

Opening doors in cancer care

The first annual Psychosocial Oncology Research Day will bring together medical and social professionals to address better ways to treat not only the disease of cancer, but the whole patient.

New director of libraries arrives

Janine Schmidt made a name for herself as an inventive and forward-looking librarian at the University of Queensland. Now she's the new Trenholme Director of Libraries at McGill, and she's ready for the challenge.

Envisioning the ecological future

Geography professor Garry Peterson is part of a worldwide effort to determine the best way to manage environmental change.

When justice goes awry

The Innocence Project in the Faculty of Law uses the energies of students and professors to help free the wrongfully convicted.

Teaming up to beat the thesis blues

CAPS and Counselling Servies have teamed up to launch a support group for PhD students. The goal is to lessen the isolation, and provide information for those on the long road to their doctorate.

Don't forget Brain Awareness Week

When does a tendency to misplace your glasses become a cause for medical concern? Neuroscientists Howard Chertow and Gabriel Leonard answer these and other questions along with other experts during Brain Awareness Week.

Senate: Talking to government, getting IT right

The March 2 meeting was dominated by presentations from VP (Inter-Institutional Affairs) Janyne Hodder and Deputy Provost and Chief Information Officer Tony Masi.

Point, click, vote

McGill's Post-Graduate Students' Society has introduced a new online voting system, with an assist from Tony Masi.



Letter to the editor

McGill Matters

Kudos



In Focus


Eby Noroozi has made a name for himself in Canada and his native Iran as a food safety expert. His tireless work is now being recognized in both countries. Also, Law professor Desmond Manderson wants to make Peter Pan a law-abiding citizen.


Entre Nous with Associate Provost Martha Crago


Evaluating course evaluations.

Around campus


Networking opportunities to get "out" in business, discussing peace in Jerusalem, Hans Christian Andersen turns 200, and Development and Alumni Relations lets students know that there is life after McGill — really!

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