January 12, 2006

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January 12, 2006 - Volume 38 Number 09
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Professor of the Department of Biology Gregor Fussmann shows a chemostat with planktonic organisms to Christopher Chalcraft, U0 Science, as part of the first annual Soup and Science. The lunchtime series runs from January 9 to the 13, and is organized by the Office for Undergraduate Research in Science so that new professors can talk about their research to undergraduates. Extra bonus: students get fed, too. Just as long as it's not that green stuff in the tube...
Owen Egan

McGill scores hat trick

McGill rounds out senior administration team with the appointments of Tony Masi, Johanne Pelletier, Ann Dowsett Johnston.

Johanne Pelletier: Impartial good governance

Johanne Pelletier makes the jump from keeper of the archives to Secretary General. Just what does the Sec Gen do, anyway?

Tony Masi: Facilitate or get out of the way

New provost Tony Masi expounds upon all things McGill, including academic priorities, interdisciplinary research and the ongoing search for new sources of revenue.

Anatomy of a breakthrough

Groundbreaking research by a quartet of McGill researchers sheds new, and controversial, light on that nasty C. difficile bacterial microbe.

Bones, tones and New York Times groans

This new regular feature rounds up some of the McGill notables mentioned in the media. This edition looks at HapMap, record-breaking pulsars and ancient meat-eating amphibians.

Averting pedagogical disaster

Another new (and we hope) regular feature highlights op-ed pieces from the McGill community. This week, Brian Alters gives us the lowdown on the Intelligent Design vs Evolution debate.

Newsmakers 2005

Our annual roundup of the McGillians who garnered the most ink and sound bites. Who topped the media charts? Read on to find out.

Layton's final stanza

Literary giant and outspoken social critic Irving Layton is remembered for all his brilliance and bombast.

Bellini breaks ground

Philanthropist Francesco Bellini braves the cold and snow to turn the sod at the official groundbreaking ceremony of the Francesco Bellini Life Sciences Building and the new Cancer Research Pavilion.

In focus:

Waneek Horn-Miller: Athlete and advocate



From Olympic athlete to director of First Peoples' House, Waneek Horn-Miller has crammed more into 29 years than many people do in a lifetime.

Best Buddies make fast friends



Since 1998, McGill's Best Buddies program has fostered hundreds of new friendships between students and cognitively impaired adults.

Kudos


Entre Nous

Promoting pedagogy between gigs


Roger Slee waxes poetic about the McGill Education Project, global and local research, and what it's like to be Martin Grant's bandmate.

Senate: Secret society

The first Senate of the new year saw updates on the complementarity issue and the Task Force on Student Life and Learning. With one eye on recent polls, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum discussed the repercussions of a new government in Ottawa.

Chillin' at SnoAP

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Principal Heather Munroe-Blum chats with Zack Storms, U2 Chemical Engineering, at her annual visit to SnoAP, a Students' Society winter ritual held every January on lower campus.
Owen Egan

Around campus
Take one Tony Award-winning play and a Leonard Bernstein opera, mix in a pair of engineering events and sprinkle liberally with a MISC food conference and what do you get? A busy January at McGill.



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