NFL's Samantha Rapoport (B.Ed, 2004) aiming for a touchdown for gender equality

Aiming for a touchdown for gender equality

by Maeve Haldane

Samantha Rapoport, (BEd’04 -Kinesiology), has a message to deliver, one that some might find a little surprising – maybe even shocking.

The National Football League is a great place for a woman to work.

Published: 17Nov2016

Congratulations: KPE student Patrick Delisle-Houde is recipient of the 1938 Champions Award

Patrick Delisle-Houde, graduate student in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, has been named as the winner of the annual 1938 Champions Award.

Published: 17Nov2016

Faculty of Ed's Dept. of Kinesiology and Physical Education unveils the Adriano Tassone Teaching Laboratory

Over 200 family, friends, faculty, staff and student award-winners attended the annual Adriano Tassone Memorial Event, held at the newly named Adriano Tassone Teaching Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at McGill's Currie Gymnasium complex on Monday, October 24th. 

Published: 17Nov2016

Chemical Society Seminar: Dr. King Kuok (Mimi) Hii - Catalysis across lengthscales

Maass Chemistry Building Room 10, 801 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0B8, CA

Abstract: The central focus of my research is to develop clean and sustainable processes for organic synthesis that are also scalable.

Paper co-authored by Professor Julie Côté examines gender differences in musculoskeletal disorders

springerlink logoIn a new paper co-authored by Professor Julie Côté, researchers found that differences in gender may explain "susceptibility to developing m

Published: 11Nov2016

CQMF seminar: Elsa Reichmanis - Active Organic and Polymer Materials for Flexible Electronics: a path to sustainable systems

Maass Chemistry Building Room 10, 801 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0B8, CA

Printed, flexible electronics have potential as low cost alternatives for devices in industries ranging from energy to health care to security.  The successful introduction of these devices however, relies on the design and development of sustaina

Success of Professor Pearsall's Ice Hockey Research Group (IHRG) noted by Maclean's

Macleans LogoMcGILL UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF EDUCATION- In a recent article titled "Sports engineers propel athletes to the top," Maclean's Sam Colbert wrote about the experiences of university students studying and working in kinesiology and sport engineering.

Published: 4Nov2016

Mike Babcock (BEd (Phys Ed) 1986) remembers his Redmen roots -via McGill Tribune

The McGill Tribune spoke to NHL head coach and Faculty of Education alumnus Mike Babcock recently for an article entitled "Mike Babcock remembers his Redmen roots". 

“I thought I was going to stay at McGill forever, get my PhD, and teach here,” Babcock told the McGill Tribune.

Published: 1Nov2016

2016 McGill Chemistry Outreach Awards

Congratulations to Justin Chang (Auclair group), Pierre-Olivier Ferko (Moores group - Photo), Samantha Gateman (Mauzeroll group), Igor Huskic (Friscic group), Victoria Jackiewicz (Arndsten group) and Siting Ni (Lennox group) for winning the first McGill University Chemistry Outreach Awards. From helping to found the Outreach group to getting students of all ages excited about Chemistry, these trainees have worked hard to communicate science to the general public in a fun, safe and engaging way.

Published: 26Oct2016