The university met with AMUSE/PSAC non-academic casuals on May 19 where the parties presented their respective set of proposals. Both sides’ bargaining committees were present for the start of negotiations. The parties also discussed how the bargaining process should unfold and agreed on a shared communications approach following each bargaining session.
uPrint, the Campus Printing service, will undergo maintenance on Monday, May 25 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm, during which time the uPrint system will be unavailable for approximately 15 minutes. Users may be unable to send jobs to the print queue, release previously sent jobs, and/or copy.
If you do attempt to use the uPrint service during this time and find yourself unable to print or copy, we recommend waiting 15 minutes before trying again.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
VP-Dean David Eidelman
(Accreditation, Health system reform, Bill 20, Research and Other news)
On June 17ththe CREATE HOIM program will be hosting this special seminar marking the end of the NSERC funded portion of the 6-year program. We will be celebrating with a seminar by the internationally renowned researcher Professor Pinar Keskinocak and will conclude with a short presentation by Professor Verter about the achievements and progress of the CREATE HOIM Program. The lecture will take place in the McGill Bronfman Building (1001 Sherbrooke Street W, Room 360).
“Exploring near-field signals in the cavotricuspidal isthmus of the rabbit atrium”
The Lady Davis Institute and the McGill University-Génome Québec Innovation Centre
A McGill Distinguished Lecture in Human Genetics
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Lucjan Kops died peacefully at his home on Tuesday, May 19, approximately one year after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. His friend and colleague Dr Helmi Attia was with Prof Kops at the time of his death. “He was in comfort and in the care of a doctor and nurse who were taking very good care of him,” Dr Attia said.
The annual Neuroscience Nursing Awards of Excellence Ceremony took place May 12 as part of National Nursing Week. The event was a wonderful showcase of dedication, spirit, determination, strength, compassion and innovation. It was an opportunity to pause and celebrate nurses and others who have gone above and beyond this last year making the Transition Plan a reality. We would like to recognize this year’s awardees and again thank all the staff for their hard work and dedication to patient care.
Evelyn Malowany Award for Clinical Practice
Congratulations to Professor Bruce Lennox who will become the new Dean of the Faculty of Science, effective July 1, 2015. He is currently Tomlinson Professor of Chemistry, a former chair of the Department of Chemistry, and a leading nanoscientist. He will succeed Professor Martin Grant, who is finishing his second term as Dean of Science. More information.