October 11, 2007

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October 11, 2007 - Volume 40 Number 04
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Clockwise from left: Julia Turvey (Canada), Audrey Boctor (Canada), Anton Burkov (Russia), Denyse Umutoni (Rwanda), Cyprien Ntahomvukiye (Burundi), Sarah Meyer(Australia), and Dan Juma (Kenya), at McGill for the International Young Leaders Forum in conjunction with the Global Conference on the Prevention of Genocide, enjoy a team-building exercise before getting down to business.

Clockwise from left: Julia Turvey (Canada), Audrey Boctor (Canada), Anton Burkov (Russia), Denyse Umutoni (Rwanda), Cyprien Ntahomvukiye (Burundi), Sarah Meyer(Australia), and Dan Juma (Kenya), at McGill for the International Young Leaders Forum in conjunction with the Global Conference on the Prevention of Genocide, enjoy a team-building exercise before getting down to business.
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Preventing genocide

World experts gather to confront mankind's worst crime.

Homing in on Homecoming

Break out the red and white, Homecoming '07 is just around the corner.

Far from Normal

The Faculty of Education celebrates its first 150 years by looking toward the future.

Headliners: From steel magnolias to the sweet sound of Crow

This issue, McGill experts talk about everything from sustainable communities to card shark kids.

P.O.V.: Merci, Monsieur Schulich

Geneviève Langelier, a second-year music history major, writes about how Seymour Schulich's generosity has been invaluable to her studies.

Profile: Homecoming 2007

With Homecoming kicking off on Oct. 18, we thought it would be apropos to profile the team that makes it all possible.

McGill Web Gems

From anti-spam stuff to something called EVault—it's all here.

Entre Nous with Marc Weinstein, Assistant Vice-Principal Development, Alumni and University Relations and Director of University Campaigns

Just days away from the launch of McGill's capital campaign, the man with McGill's longest title discusses everything from the minutiae of the campaign's nuts and bolts to its sweeping big picture.

Bourguignon Beat: Ashes to ashes, dust to dung

Everybody's favourite roving reporter, Michael Bourguignon really puts his foot into it this time as he helps a McGill team dig for elephant bones at Parc Safari.

Changing lives, one internship at a time

Up and running since 2004, the Arts Internships Program gives hundreds of students the chance to apply what they learn every year.

Conference looks to improve patient safety

The McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration will host a one-day conference on patient safety in the clinical setting.

Notes from the Field: Rocks and ice

T. Alexander Dececchi, a first-year PhD candidate, gives readers a glimpse of what it's like to hunt for fossils in the Canadian High Arctic.

Research and Discovery: Adding texture to Islamic texts

Professors Robert Wisnovsky and F. Jamil Ragep roll up their sleeves to build a unified database of Islamic teachings.

Around campus
Everything from the return of Moshe Safdie to the never-ending battle against discrimination. McGill has it all!

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Arts Internship Program

Arts Internship Program

Arts Internship award-winner Anna Richards (U2 Political Science and Sociology) and Mercy Khortom (Form 4 student) at Kenya's Lake Bogoria National Park earlier this summer. To read more about the program see Changing lives, one internship at a time.