Update, March 20 3:20pm: The problems with off-campus EZproxy and Interlibrary loan access has been resolved.
We are currently experiencing difficulties with off-campus EZproxy and Interlibrary loan access due to network issues on campus. McGill IT is working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible and will provide an update in this space as soon as it becomes available.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Henok Ayele, PhD
Community acquired pneumonia incidence before and after proton pump inhibitor prescription: population based study
Searching Biomedical Information - Approaches and Challenges
The Power of Life Stories: Situating the Narratives of Migrants and Refugees within the Context of the Law
The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law welcomes Professor Sonia Cancian for a talk on migration.
Jeudis d'histoire 2017: Christine Elie, "We are the YCL: Youth and the Popular Front confront Montreal's Great Depression"
Sponsored by Le Groupe d'histoire de Montreal (The Montreal History Group)
For more events from the MHG, visit mcgill.ca/ghm-mhg/news
Join Artist-in-Residence with our Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), Lori Beavis, every Thursday, 4pm-6pm for our Weekly Indigenous Film Series. The series will feature documentaries and feature films by Indigenous filmmakers, s
The SANS Video Library, a course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos, newsletters, and links to resources concerning IT Security.
Check out this week’s featured module: “IT Staff”.
Already registered? Access the SANS Video library.
On March 11, 2017, Schulich doctoral piano student Zhenni Li, a student of Prof. Stéphane Lemelin, was named winner of the New York Concert Artists and Associates Worldwide Debut Audition. Selected as one of three finalists, out of 165 who applied, Zhenni Li performed the Rachmaninov 3rd Piano Concerto in D minor, Op. 30 with the New York Concert Artists Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Eduard Zilberkant. Preliminary auctions were held in Los Angeles, New York, Cologne, Warsaw, Budapest and Paris.
Desautels alumna Lauren Merkel (MBA'13) makes the case that Bermuda’s best resource for moving the island nation forward is its arts and cultural capital. Ms. Merkel is a senior consultant at Toronto-based Lord Cultural Resources, which specializes in the cultural heritage sector.
IMPM student Isabelle Graveline says that the programme’s Indian module has changed her approach to business — and life. She saw how Indian businesswomen were using micro-finance to improve their lives, and visited a $1.5 billion biopharm company, started in its founder’s garage in 1978, where “the biggest stakeholders are the employees.” For Graveline, “the firm’s focus on meeting its workers’ expectations really resonated with me.”