La Corporation des lieux historiques de Pont-Rouge vient de dévoiler qu’elle a recruté quatre nouveaux administrateurs et, selon le président Marcellin Simard, « ces personnes possèdent une expertise en gestion qui permettra d’apporter une contribution significative à la gouvernance et l’essor de notre organisme ». Au conseil d’administration siège désormais Sylvie Germain. Elle est diplômée en commerce de l’Université McGill et a travaillé au sein de diverses sociétés d'État canadiennes, dont l’Office national du film.
On Saturday, Dec. 5, McGill is hosting Hult Prize @ McGill — the university-level competition for the prestigious Hult Prize.
Chemical Society Seminar: Dr.Janet Macdonald - Nanostructures of Cu and Mo Sulfides: New chemistry from the surface to the core
Since our community began focusing on the “bottom-up” synthesis of nanoparticles and nanomaterials, our synthetic control has developed from control of the size of spherical, single component nanoparticles, to materials of increasing compositional
Department of Art History and Communication Studies
Winter 2016 - Employment Opportunity - Course Lecturers
The Department of Art History and Communication Studies invites applications for course lecturers to teach the below listed courses. We have traditionally favored our own recent PhDs and/or currently enrolled doctoral students in our programs (provided their coursework and comprehensive exams are done); however, we will consider all candidates who apply.
Lottery tickets should not be purchased as holiday gifts for children, stresses the International Centre for Youth Gambling in their 2015 Holiday Campaign, now underway.
Research has shown that many adolescents gamble at least occasionally, and that lottery products may be a gateway to problem gambling. Youth gambling has also been linked to other risk-taking and addictive behaviours such as smoking, drinking and drug-use.
Louise St-Pierre recognized as one of Canada's most powerful women - Cogeco Cable Canada's top executive is a WXN 2015 Top 100 Award Winner
Cogeco Cable Canada is proud to announce that President and Chief Executive Officer Louise St-Pierre has been named a Women's Executive Network (WXN) 2015 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner. This prestigious distinction celebrates the incredible accomplishments of Canada's top female executive talent as well as their organizations and networks. Louise St-Pierre will be honoured in the Scotiabank Corporate Executives category during a gala celebration at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on November 26.
ISID congratulates International Development Studies honour student Kazumi Hoshini-Macdonald, McGill’s newest Rhodes Scholar. Read the full story.
- a special workshop on mapmaking and the community
With Susan Davis and Shane Watt (In English)
The winner of the prestigious 2015 Fernand Lindsay Award is recorder player and Schulich graduate Vincent Lauzer, BMus'10, MMus'12. Worth $50,000, this award is a springboard to an international career for this extremely talented young musician. Watch a video of Vincent Lauzer performing here.
The complete press release is found in the sidebar link.