A true polyglot, Marie Lenkiewicz, was awarded the McGill Associates Prize in Translation (English to French) at the 2007 Spring Convocation. This prize is awarded annually to the student with the best academic record over the entire Certificate in Translation Program.
Congratulations to the following Faculty of Science students!
Professor Karl Moore's citations on the airline industry are matched by only two other people from McGill with more than 117 citations across Canada.
BCom sophomore Jean-Michel Filiatrault, a goaltender with the McGill University Redmen, has won the Guy Lafleur trophy as the Quebec university player who best combines hockey with academic success.
There is a telephone problem affecting some buildings on the downtown campus in the vicinity of McTavish, Peel and Doctor Penfield Ave. Some of the buildings experiencing problems include: Education, McIntyre, Purvis Hall. More details to follow when they become available.
Due to construction in the building on Wednesday, June 6, 2007, the entrance to the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering will be temporarily located in the tunnel between the Adams Building (FDA) and Burnside Hall. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Imaging applications will be unavailable this Friday, June 8, from 7:30 am to 9 am approximately, due to system maintenance. This affects those using AX applications directly or through Banner. Users should close all AX applications at end of day Thursday, June 7, and not log onto any AX application (Document Manager, Index Capture, Web Access) during the maintenance period on Friday.
Please note that the CallPilot voice messaging system will be unavailable tonight, Thursday, June 7, from 17h00 to 18h00, due to system maintenance.
Members of the public and of the McGill community are invited to sign up for the Faculty of Law's next Mini-Law, an eight-week lecture series for the public taught by McGill Law professors during fall 2007. Cost is $60 for students and seniors, and $100 for adults.
Students and staff members of McGill who have applied for Canadian citizenship may be eligible to receive their citizenship in a special ceremony at the Faculty of Law on 18 September 2007. Update, August 31, 2007: response has been overwhelming and we now have our maximum number of registrants. Thank you for your understanding.