awards

Krzysztof Pelc: Professor of Political Science and award-winning author

1 May 2019

Krzysztof Pelc was born in Warsaw Poland, and raised as a Francophone in Quebec. He is an Associate Professor and William Dawson Scholar in the Department of Political Science at McGill, was the...

Celebrating the recipients of the 2019 Faculty of Arts Internship Awards

1 May 2019

The Arts Internship Office announced that 43 students received $86,000 as recipients of the 2019 Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Awards (ARIA).

Recognizing excellence within the Arts community

24 Apr 2019

At the final Faculty Council meeting each year, the Faculty hands out its internal awards to faculty and staff members and to students. The presentation took place this year on April 9th. Professor...

Lillian Iannone: Honourary Social Worker

24 Apr 2019

Lillian Iannone has been a member of the McGill community and School of Social Work for 45 years. At the age of 17, straight out of high school, Lillian interviewed for a position at the School and...

Arts alumnus D’Arcy Williams awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

3 Apr 2019

D’Arcy Williams was raised in Ghana by parents working in global health, before eventually moving to Washington D.C. It was during this time, as a young student in the public school system, that he...

2019 Bravo gala – meet the honourees from Arts

19 Mar 2019

On March 21, at the 2019 Bravo gala, the Office of the Vice-Principal Research + Innovation will celebrate the McGill researchers and scholars who have recently been awarded external prizes for...

Preparing the leaders of tomorrow: Arts Research Internship Awards

8 Jan 2019

As the Arts Research Internship Award (ARIA) program is set to accept applications for 2019, a showcase event will be hosted on January 14 to celebrate the work of last year’s award recipients....

Maya Jasanoff Wins 2018 Cundill History Prize

16 Nov 2018

Maya Jasanoff’s The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World blends history, biography, travelogue, and literary criticism into a unique work of scholarship.

Writing Through Transition

8 Jun 2017

When political science Professor Juliet Johnson was in high school, she wanted to be a biochemist. In fact, she’s pretty sure the reason she was accepted into Stanford was because she won the...

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