Voltaire was a celebrity and a figure of controversy in the 18th century. Famous for his wit and his advocacy of civil liberties, he remains the subject of much debate and discussion in the 21st century. Join McGill University Library and Ar
The myMcGill portal will be unavailable for approximately 2 hours on Friday, February 5, from 8am to 10am.
The Grameen Creative Lab, together with partner HEC Montréal, invites students to take up a unique opportunity and participate in the Social Business Creation competition. The competetion is structured as an online course that is designed to enhance students’ learning experience and help them develop their business idea into a real business. It offers a win-win platform that allows for bottom-up development.
Congratulations to Dr Mark Karanofsky who has been appointed Director of Undergraduate Education at the Department of Family Medicine of McGill! Please join us in welcoming Dr. Karanofsky and wishing him well in directing this challenging position!
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Leonora Lalla to the position of Associate Dean, Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, effective February 1, 2016. Dr. Lalla succeeds Dr. Ivan Rohan, who has been at the helm of the CPD Office since 2010. We take this opportunity to thank Dr. Rohan for his commitment to McGill’s CPD programs and for steering CPD through a very successful accreditation in 2015.
Fernand Dumont: The Quest for a Quiet Revolution in Quebec Catholicism. Lecture by Dr. Greogy Baum.
Storming Zion: Government Raids on Religious Communities by Stuart A. Wright & Susan J. Palmer.
Catholicism and Canadian Liberalism. Lecture by The Honourable Paul Martin Jr., Former Prime Minister of Canada.
Reconciliation means not having to say sorry twice: Implications of the historic ruling of the CHRT for reconciliation
McGill University’s School of Social Work and the Faculty of Law are proud to present an Annie MacDonald Langstaff - Margot E. Halpenny Lecture by Dr.