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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Robert Leckey as Dean of the Faculty of Law at McGill University, starting July 1, 2016.
Professor Leckey joined the Faculty of Law in 2006, and is currently a full professor and a William Dawson Scholar. He does research and teaches in the areas of constitutional law and family law, using a bilingual and transsystemic approach. He has received the McGill Law Students’ Association’s John W. Durnford Teaching Excellence Award (2009) and the Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching (2010).
The Clinical Research Unit of the Montreal Neurological Institute & Hospital, under the direction of Dr. Angela Genge, has developed a national training program on clinical trial management and readiness.
Grand Rounds: Non-profit drug development of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Phase 2 data and play for FDA/EMA/Health Canada Approval by 2012 - Rick Doblin
We are thrilled to announce the appointments of three colleagues to named chairs in the Faculty of Law.
- Fabien Gélinas has been named Sir William C. Macdonald Professor of Law, for a seven-year term commencing May 1, 2016. Fabien Gélinas, who leads the Private Justice and the Rule of Law research team, specialises in international dispute resolution and arbitration.
After many years of extraordinary service and scholarly commitment to McGill University, our colleagues Paul S. Dempsey and Margaret A. Somerville will be retiring respectively on June 1, 2016, and August 31, 2016.
Student abstract submissions are due May 5th from graduate students in civil engineering disciplines at local universities in Montréal! Read more below and send your abstracts today!
Four students have set up a school in a refugee camp near the Iraqi city of Dohuk, the first of its kind within this camp. Having met through an online course run by the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Canada, the students from Morocco – the world’s first online course specifically designed for group learning (also known as GROOC) – the students from Morocco, the UK, Iraq and Canada established the Heart ELT (English Language Teaching) School.
Expanding the horizons of digital social networks: Mixing big trace datasets with qualitative approaches
Authors: Whelan, E., Teigland, R., Vaast, E., Butler, B.
Publication: Information and Organization