McGill Alert / Alerte de McGill

Updated: Thu, 07/18/2024 - 18:12

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.


CIRM's Team is Growing!

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Published: 19 February 2019

CIRM is pleased to welcome three new research assistants on its team! Karolyne Arseneault (Project Manager), veronique.leblanc [at] (Véronique Leblanc) (Events and Public Relations Assistant) and felycia.thibaudeau [at] (Félycia Thibaudeau) (Editorial Assistant) will take an active part in CIRM's development!



Portrait of Karolyne ArseneaultKarolyne Arseneault

Karolyne Arseneault holds a master degree in public communication from Université Laval and has nine years of professional experience as a communications consultant. She's currently completing a post-graduate diploma in business administration at HEC Montréal with the desire to develop her career. Interested in issues related to urban living, she also proposes to carry out a second master's degree in research practices with the purpose of studying the concepts of smart city and civic engagement.


Portrait of Véronique LeblancVéronique Leblanc

Véronique Leblanc is a second year student in political science and Quebec studies at McGill University. Vice-President of the Quebec Studies Students Association, Leblanc is passionate about Quebec's reality and contemporary issues. Determined, she enjoys getting involved with the university, whether through the Political Science Games, McGill United Nations Model or Francophone Affairs.



Portrait of Félycia ThibaudeauFélycia Thibaudeau

Félycia Thibaudeau is a graduate student in Literary Studies and Practice at McGill's Department of French Language and Literature (DFLL). Her thesis focuses on brevity in the Les mains libres collection by Paul Éluard and Man Ray. Thibaudeau also works at the McGill French Language Center and is the Coordinator of the Mordecai Richler Residency Writer Program at DFLL.


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