First longitudinal study in Quebec documenting the overrepresentation of First nations children in the youth protection system

Published: 11Jul2017

In partnership with the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission , a team of researchers at the Centre of Research on Children and Families, including doctoral...

Amal Elsana Alhjooj selected for Einstein Legacy Project

Published: 11Jul2017

Former fellow Amal Elsana Alhjooj, renowned in Israel for her activism on behalf of Bedouin Arab women, is now the Executive Director at the International Community Action Network McGill in...

Bear Witness Day brings awareness to Jordan's Principle

Published: 11Jul2017

Spirit Bear is not a household name, but he has become the symbol of Jordan's Principle, a child's-first principle meant to ensure that First Nation children receive the health care they need...

Job Posting: Fundamentals of Medicine, Block I (Reproduction and Sexuality), Block Leader Recruitment

Published: 11Jul2017

The Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) Office is recruiting a dynamic and organized individual to the position of Fundamentals of Medicine and Dentistry, Block I (Reproduction and Sexuality)...

BRIDGE Webinar: Athula Ginige, Western Sydney University


"Digital Knowledge Ecosystem for Agribusiness; Transforming Agriculture" Abstract /desautelsCategory: Desautels Faculty of Management

Exploring career options at the Faculty of Medicine

Published: 11Jul2017

“In the future, I want to become a nurse. I feel that going to this camp will help me develop my understanding of the field and prepare me for the future,” explains Kathleen Fab­ella, a student at...

Huge losses hit CTAs hard

Published: 11Jul2017

According to a recent piece in Bloomberg Markets, mysterious movement in the markets has brought about the worst plunge for CTAs since 2007, punched risk parity funds downward and hit tech stocks...

Inflation or recession? The US Fed tries to untangle a financial mystery

Published: 11Jul2017

A Weekly Standard op-ed examines the way the Fed is trying to tame a $4-trillion quantitative easing problem in case another recession hits....

A conversation with McGill Dobson judge Alexandra Conliffe

Published: 11Jul2017

Alexandra Conliffe was a judge for the semi-final round of the 2017 McGill Dobson Cup’s Social Enterprise track. She is the Policy Innovation Director for the Brookfield Institute for Innovation +...

Information Session: The Heart and Stroke Foundation | Grants-in-Aid Program


McGill University’s Office of Sponsored Research is pleased to invite all McGill researchers and administrators to an information session:...