Sheila Copps wonders where Canadian women have gone.
Philosopher Ian Hacking to speak on "Analogue Bodies, Digital Minds."
The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada and Social Development Canada are teaming up to host a conference that will look at the new challenges facing our nation's social programs.
The accolades keep coming, as McGill receives high marks from Maclean's, the Times Higher Education Supplement and Research Infosource.
Meet the editor at McGill-Queen's University Press who nearly got the chance to trip up Derrida.
As the dust settled after the Great War, McGill struggled with how to best commemorate those who fought and died in Europe.
Provost Luc Vinet explains the goals of the Academic Planning Process.
Director of the Office of Technology Transfer since June, Richard Bruno wants to get McGill researchers excited about bringing their work to market. And he's using theatre to get his message to the masses.
With help from the Arts Internship Office, students gain eye-opening experience from working around the world — South America to Africa to Asia and many points in between. Last year's crop shared their experiences at a workshop last month.
Philosopher Ian Hacking delivered the 28th annual Osler Lecture on how we view our bodies, minds and, ultimately, ourselves.