McGill students have done it again. For the fifth consecutive year, the Students' Society of McGill University (SSMU) have given $500,000 to the University's libraries.
McGill University and Université de Montréal pool expertise to create Montreal Inter-University Group for Nursing Research (MIGNR)
McGill University and Université de Montréal Pool Expertise to Create Montreal Inter-University Group for Nursing Research (MIGNR).
As part of its on-going search for new residence space, McGill University has entered an agreement to purchase the Renaissance-Montreal Hotel, located a few blocks from the downtown campus on Avenue du Parc (Park Avenue).
Prevention of depression in childhood is the best way to thwart the condition in adulthood, according to John Abela. The McGill psychology professor has just completed a novel study -- the first of its kind on many levels -- where he examined whether psychological and environmental factors can cause children to be more vulnerable to depression.
MCGILL BACKGROUNDER: McGill researchers join international consortium supported by refitted icebreaker.
The members of the Association of Graduate Students Employed at McGill (AGSEM, the teaching assistants' union) have given the mandate to their coordinating committee to launch a strike as of noon today, April 24, 2003.
McGill University researchers have over five million reasons to rejoice today. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada has granted $5,061,612 to enable McGill scholars to carry out a slew of research projects.
A successful joint collaboration between the Department of Biochemistry, at McGill University, and scientists from Gemin X Biotechnologies Inc. leads to an important discovery with significant implications for the development of anticancer drugs.
Norman Farrel Cornett defends his PhD thesis in Religious Studies, on Lionel Groulx, at 2:00 pm, Monday, May 12, in the Senior Common Room of the Birks Building, 3520 University Street.
Dr Heather Munroe-Blum, principal of McGill University, will call for "an effective public policy framework" when she addresses the Montreal Board of Trade today at lunchtime, in her first major speech to the business community. The important thing is to create incentives for excellence and productivity, she argues, and to respect the ability of universities to define their own distinctive niches and benchmark themselves against their peers.