Major power outage on downtown campus

Updated: Wed, 2014-04-16 09:29

A major power failure today, April 16th, is affecting a large section of the downtown campus. We expect power to be restored by 10:30 a.m. 

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  • Book Launch Presenters: Recovering from Genocidal Trauma by Myra Giberovitch. Learn more here...

  • The 2013 Kagedan Lecture on Social Work and Human Rights (Nicolas Morin)

  • Dr. Cindy Blackstock presenting at the Kagedan Lecture on Social Work and Human Rights (Nicolas Morin)

  • Lila Kagedan, Dr. Cindy Blackstock and Elder John Cree, Homecoming 2013 (Nicolas Morin)

  • Dr. Wendy Thomson and Tonino Esposito (PhD Graduate) at Fall Convocation 2013 (Nicolas Morin)

  • Let's celebrate - Fall Convocation 2013 (Nicolas Morin)

  • Katrina Cherney, MSW student, recipient of Graduate Excellence Fellowship & Henry Oelberg Memorial Award); Mrs. Barbara Oelberg (award donour)

  • Donna Henchey, Bequests and Planned Giving, DAR; Christine Sparks, MSW student, recipient of Jean Crombie Fellowship & Grment and Alumni Relations; Christine Sparks, MSW student (Jean Crombie Fellowship & Graduate Excellence Fellowship); Ms. Joanne Wallace

  • Eleni Sofouli, MSW student (Graduate Excellence Fellowship & the Eleni Sofouli, MSW student, recipient of Graduate Excellence Fellowship & the Miriam & E. Michael Berger Fellowship; Mrs. Miriam Berger (award donour)

  • PhD Welcome Lunch October 2013

  • PhD Students: Aline Bogossian, Sacha Bailey and Bree Akesson at the CSWE conference in Dallas

  • Welcoming the first international AKA (Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.) Leadership Conference, which was held from July 18-21, 2013 in Montreal. For more information see "News & Events".

  • Congratulations to Shawn-Renée Hordyk, Recipient of the Munroe-Blum Award for Outstanding Contribution to Social Work. For more information see "News & Events".

  • Social Work graduates celebrate Convocation. (Nicolas Morin)

  • It's all smiles at Convocation reception. (Nicolas Morin)

  • Social Work graduates celebrate Convocation. (Nicolas Morin)

  • Members from Indigenous Access McGill and First Peoples’ House present Rt. Hon. Paul Martin with a Pendleton Iroquois Turtle Blanket. (Egan Owen)

  • (from left to right) Brenda Paris, ACDPN; Jim Carter, CHSSN, Gemma Matheij, former Director, CSSS Cavendish; George McKenzie, BATSHAW; KATHLEEN WEIL, Minister of Immig. and Cultural Comm.; Dr Wendy Thomson, Dir. McGill School of SW; Leith Hamilton, ACDPN

  • Proud of their achievements, Social Work graduates cheerfully celebrate the Spring 2012 Convocation. (Photo of Nicolas Morin)

  • Ai Thien Tran, winner of the prestigious "Canada's Top 25 Immigrants Award" of 2012, wants to share this honor with McGill School of Social Work and all of his professors who have helped him achieve the dream of becoming a professional social worker.

  • With homecoming comes an update from the Director on news about the School. More on "News & Events".

  • The School’s academic associate Michael Loft, who served in the US Marine Corps for 3 years during the Vietnam era, presents a wreath on behalf of the Aboriginal Veterans of Canada at the 2012 Remembrance Day ceremony taking place on McGill’s Lower Campus.

  • A U.S.- Canada/Québec Health Policy Symposium offered insights into the role of state and provincial-level actors, in particular Québec, in effecting and implementing health reform. Learn more here...

  • The final report of the Ontario Commission to Promote Sustainable Child Welfare was submitted to Minister Hoskins in Sep. 2012. Commissioners Thomson, Lewis and Underwood were pleased to have these original ‘portraits’ as mementos of their 3 years working.

  • Happy Social Work graduates are all in big smiles at the School's reception following the Fall Convocation 2012 ceremony. (Photo of Nicolas Morin)

  • The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) elected new officers at its meeting in November. From left are Richard Silver of Québec, M. Jenise Comer of Missouri, John McBride of Louisiana and Dorinda Noble of Texas.

  • Congratulations to Dr. Jaswant Guzder, well-deserved recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her remarkable contributions to public service through her transcultural work.More here...

  • Dr. Julia Krane and Anita Sharma (MSW Graduate) at Fall Convocation

  • Fall Convocation 2013 (Nicolas Morin)

  • It's all smiles at Fall Convocation (Nicolas Morin)

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Changing the world, one social worker at a time...

McGill University's School of Social Work prepares professionals to make contributions that make a difference in Montreal, across Canada, and around the world. Our emphasis is on critical thinking, research, practice and policy, with a focus on social justice on issues facing vulnerable and disadvantaged people. Our goal is the development of just and equitable societies.

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What’s new…

Student Bulletin (6th Edition, April 11, 2014)

Colloque interuniversitaire de travail social - McGill 2014

Opinion: Canada should be doing more to fight income inequality - by Rick Goldman

Book Launch:  Recovering from Genocidal Trauma by Myra Giberovitch

Students recommended for Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies to funding agencies

Dr. David Rothwell's Research on Asset Poverty Discussed in Gazette

Dr. Jaswant Guzder - Promoting Resilience in High-Risk Children in Jamaica: A Pilot Study of a Multimodal Intervention

Congratulations to Rick Goldman who receives the Médaille de Saint-Yves

The passing of Professor Emeritus Peter Leonard

Congratulations to Adjunct Professor, Bill Ryan’s recent recognition by the Gala Arc-en-Ciel

Couple and Family Therapy Program – APPROVED

Professor Jim Torczyner, ICAN Founder and Director, congratulates Rami Hamdallah, new Palestinian PM in a Jerusalem Post Op-Ed.

Canadian Incidence of Reported Child Abuse & Neglect

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