McGill Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences professor Bruno Tremblay, BEng'87, PhD'97, concluded in a recent study that the Arctic coastline could be virtually ice-free during the summer months as early as 2040.
From Mary Lawson to David Bezmozgis, Colin McAdam to Golda Fried, McGill grads have a winning way with words.
In 1914, McGill law alumna Annie MacDonald Langstaff became the first woman in Quebec to earn a degree in law, but it wasn't until this fall that she was finally granted posthumous admittance to the Quebec Bar.
Stephen Lewis, former United Nations (UN) special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, will deliver the second annual Phyllis Shapiro Memorial Lecture, “Education, The World’s Greatest Force for Good” on Monday, March 19, Mount Royal Centre, 2200 Mansfield Street, at 5:30 p.m.
"Discover Mac" – Faculty Orientation for all new students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences...
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Prominent philanthropist Marcel Desautels, Montreal Gazette editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher and Bibliothèque et Archives nationales president Lise Bissonnette are among the 14 exceptional individuals who will be recognized with honorary degrees from McGill University during this year’s spring convocation ceremonies, May 25 to June 1.
Law grad Shelley Kath tells readers what it's like to be hand-picked and trained for environmental do-gooding by the guru of global warming himself, Al Gore.
Victoria Lees, former secretary-general of McGill, gives her personal recollections of a pillar of the community, Jim Wright.
McGill is set to launch its most ambitious fundraising campaign during Homecoming Weekend.
McGill's Faculty of Education marks milestone in teacher education