Two McGill researchers have been awarded Killam Research Fellowships: Brian Young, Department of History, and Hong Guo, Department of Physics. In all, 17 outstanding Canadian researchers have been awarded a total of $2 million in the 36th annual competition for Killam Research Fellowships, administered by the Canada Council for the Arts.
"Imag(in)ing Shakespeare, Three Centuries of Representations" is on display in McGill's McLennan-Redpath Library until March 19, 2004. The representations cover three hundred years of work by actors, painters, stage designers and book illustrators.
Professor James Archibald, director of Translation Studies, to recommend how to protect and promote the French language in Quebec.
McGill calls for incentives for private giving and measures to ease chronic underfunding of universities
McGill University urged the government of Quebec to introduce a series of measures in support of the diversification of revenue sources for universities and institutions of higher learning.
Brian Ward, a McGill professor of microbiology and researcher at the McGill University Health Centre, was the first lecturer in the University's new learning series for media: Insight @ McGill. The topic: avian flu.
As one of Canada's preeminent universities, it's not surprising that McGill faculty, students and alumni regularly pioneer in a variety of fields. As we approach International Women's Day, we'd like to highlight female trailblazers, starting with McGill's principal.
A team of McGill MBA students has won first place at one of the largest international case competitions in North America. The Vanderbilt MBA eStrategy Case Competition was held at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where 15 top business schools strove to develop a growth strategy for WebMD Envoy.
Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute and the Montreal Proteomics Network at McGill University have published the most complete picture to date of the components of the molecular machinery that controls the entry of nutrients and other molecules into cells.
On the 25th anniversary of its founding, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada is embarking on a "Transformation" process aimed at renewing the human sciences in Canada. To effect this transformation, the Council has initiated a broad-based consultation with Canadian institutions of higher learning. Members of the McGill community are encouraged to have their say.
Nearly 2,000 grads have signed up for Alumnilife since it was launched in mid-January, and more are coming on board each day.