Nursing students Annemarie Hoffmann and Maria MacDougall will be spending two months with the Kigali Health Institute in Rwanda, helping students and instructors there develop a new curriculum for the many challenges that are facing the tiny central African republic.
Neuroscientist David Colman is part of an innovative effort to find treatments for multiple sclerosis, funded and led by an American millionaire who has the disease.
The VP research on what his office can do for McGill researchers looking for support, service and funding.
Dr Lawrence Altman has his ear to the pulse of the United States, both as a doctor and as a reporter for the New York Times.
Dr Martin Dawes has some advice on how to become a better patient.
The McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building screens the documentary "An Unlikely Friendship."
The Faculty of Law hosts an International Roundtable on the Semiotics of Law.
David Krawitz is the keystone among builders as administrative officer in the School of Architecture.
Social worker Lolly Annahatak wins National Aboriginal Achievement Award.
History professor Gil Troy illustrates Reagan's cultural and political influence.