This section features information for McGill School of Information Studies alumni.
Mark your calendars for McGill Homecoming 2014, October 16-19. Read more.
CLASS of '94! Marie Missyabit (formerly Marie Whattam) is organizing a special MLIS '94 class reunion in Montreal on October 18th, 2014. For more information, contact Marie directly at m_m_w99(at)hotmail.com, or 613-295-6949 (phone or text).
The SIS In Focus newsletter features news and achievements of our alumni, faculty, staff, students, and student groups and highlights the latest developments at the School. View current issue and archives.
Keep in touch
There are a number of ways you can stay connected with the School. Here are a few:
- Send us an alumni update. Submit alumni news using the alumni news form or contact the elysia [dot] donald [at] mcgill [dot] ca (editor) of the SIS newsletter.
- Keep your contact information up to date (especially your current email) on McGill's Alumni Profile page.
- Via Facebook. Visiting or "Liking" the School's Facebook page is an easy way to stay abreast of the latest news and events at the School. You can also post SIS or LIS-related items of interest on our Wall. Don't have an Facebook account? That's fine - no Facebook account is needed to view our page.
- Attend events! Attending events is a great way to mingle, reconnect, and to stay abreast of the latest research and ideas in the field and at McGill.
- Find other SIS alumni through the McGill Alumni Online Community's Alumni Search.
- An employer. Ready to hire? Think SIS! Posting jobs on our SIS-Jobs Listserv ensures your positions are seen by graduating students and other alumni. You may also be interesting in attending our annual student-run SIS Career Fair run in partnership with the McGill Career Planning Services.
- A practicum supervisor. Many of our alumni maintain a connection with the School by supervising bright, up-and-coming information professionals through our Masters-level Practicum program. Learn more.
- A donor. Gifts from our alumni and friends provide valuable support for scholarships and student aid, equipment and infrastructure, and research projects and program development. Support the School.