MEQ's Fonds des services aux collectivités: Quebec universities are again invited to submit projects. Deadline: December 15, 2004. Revised guidelines will be available in mid-October. For information, call 398-2985, or click on the link below.
The proceedings of the colloquium in honour of Bernard J. Shapiro, "The Evolving University/ l'Université en mutation," organized by the office of the provost and held on November 20, 2002, will be published this fall by McGill-Queen's University Press, with Paul Axelrod (dean, Faculty of Education, York University) as editor.
Saturday's Beatty Memorial Lecture by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi has proven to be extremely popular with alumni, faculty, staff, students and the public.
The University Prizes and Awards Committee (UPAC) encourages all members of the McGill community to nominate faculty and staff for the Top 40 Under 40 competition.
The Management Forum Steering Committee, in collaboration with the Department of Human Resources, is holding an information session on the New Merit Model on October 19, from noon to 2 pm, in Leacock 232. Guest speakers: Robert Savoie, Jacques Sztuke and Josephine Leake. Refreshments will be served. Question period will follow.
Over the past three years the Faculty has witnessed incredible growth: in 2002-2003, we welcomed 24 new members to the Faculty; in 2003-2004, we welcomed 22 more; and this year a further 27 new professors joined the ranks.
Professor Lamonde is a specialist in the joint fields of history of ideas, the history of the intellectual and the history of the book. To learn more about Professor Lamonde and his groundbreaking research on Quebec literature and civilization click on the link below.
This year, the Faculty of Arts presented an Award of Excellence for Administrative and Support Staff to two outstanding administrative officers, Georgii Mikula from the Department of History and Linda Montreuil from the Department of Economics. The Award for Excellence in Service to Graduate and Postdoctoral Students was won this year by Lynda Bastien of the Department of Languages and Literatures Administrative Services.
Click on the link below to consult the fact patterns, briefs and judgments of the first two trials, as well as critical articles, an extensive bibliography, and video footage from the second trial.
June 28 and 30, 2005.