The Social Innovators' Integration Lab (SIIL) project team is pleased to invite members of
Please join us as some of McGill’s most accomplished women researchers share experiences and advice on advancing a career in academia or academic administration, and what the future holds for their work.
This feature documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin (Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance) profiles Indigenous leaders in their quest for justice as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government.
For Mother's Day learn how to make earth friendly shampoo, bathroom scrub, and general purpose spray. For all ages. Bilingual. All materials supplied.
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PhD defence of Mr. Rahi Modirnia -- Modeling, Advanced Temperature Measurement, and Control Algorithms in Thermoforming
Jeff Molkentin - "Molecular Characterization of the Cardiac Fibroblast: Defining Fibrotic Mechanisms in Heart Disease"
Professor of Pediatrics
University of Cincinnati
Children's Hospital Medical Center
Are you an introvert or extrovert? Not so fast, there is a third category. Consider your office mates.
There’s Ellen. She makes daily rounds to your coworkers’ offices, chatting up a storm while the sound of her laughter fills the hallway. She’s the morning shot of espresso we all need without the bitter aftertaste.
There’s Ian. Nothing against the guy, but you barely see him. He’s content to spend the majority of the workday in his office. Although he doesn’t often voice his opinion, when he does it’s easily the most enlightening comment of the meeting.
Joseph Polossifakis is going to the Olympics, but the road to Rio de Janeiro has been anything but smooth for the 25-year-old Montreal sabre fencer.
Polossifakis won a gold medal at the Pan-American championships in 2012, but didn’t commit to a full-time training program until June 2014 after graduating from McGill University with a commerce degree. He had 10 months to prepare for the year-long Olympic qualifying schedule, which began in April 2015, but his plan suffered a setback during his first training camp.
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau is moving ahead with plans for a proposed pipeline to carry crude from Western Canada to Quebec and New Brunswick that would reduce the reliance on shipping oil by rail. We talk with McGill University Business Professor Karl Moore about that project and Trudeau's recent visit to Washington. Moore also talks about Canadian political leaders bailing out aerospace and rail manufacturer Bombardier and the closing of Target stores in Canada.