Article in French
“The best player in the country,” Martlets hockey luminary and Education student Mélodie Daoust returned to the team’s lineup this week, gaining six points in two McGill victories over the weekend. Her performance earned her honours as a McGill Tribune Athlete of the Week, and she was the subject of Michel Marois’ recent article in La Presse.
An Interdisciplinary Conference Sponsored by the McGill University English Department.
February 20-22, 2015.
Thompson House, McGill University. 3650 Rue McTavish, Montréal.
Professor Rinaldo Walcott, Director of the Women and Gender Studies Institute and Associate Professor, Department of Social Justice Education, University of Toronto.
Presentation Title: “The Long Emancipation: Anti-Blackness, Settlement and the Problem of Nation.”
LES DIMANCHES EN MUSIQUE
Hommage à Jean Cousineau
Yukari Cousineau, violin & Jean Saulnier, piano
Come witness young students perform brain surgery for the first time
This Saturday, February 21st twenty CEGEP students will meet at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, at McGill University and the MUHC for a unique chance-to test their skills at ‘brain’ surgery. These students were prize winners at the Bench to Bedside Conference for Youth 2015 - geared at stimulating student career interests in medicine, surgery and medical research.
Classes and exams cancelled. Administrative offices open and library hours unchanged.
Enjoy your reading week!
As part of an ongoing effort to streamline services, the McGill Password Security Questions (PSS) tool will no longer be available for use starting on Monday, February 23. While this tool was initially launched with the goal of providing additional security questions and password reset functionality to our end-users, it essentially duplicated options that were already available in Minerva and caused user confusion.
A study led by Professor Debbie Moskowitz of the Department of Psychology, and co-authored by Emeritus Professor Simon Young of the Department of Psychiatry, reveals how men with smaller index fingers and longer ring fingers are nicer towards women. To read more about the study and why, click the following links:
Congratulations to our graduate students on their recent awards
at the ASM student night poster competition.
Pryidarshi Behera - ASM Special Award
Clod Aranas - People’s Choice Award
Hanqing Che - First Place in PhD Category
Off-campus users are currently not able to use the Request button in WorldCat Local to request pickup, delivery, or scanning for items held by the McGill Library.
We are investigating the issue and will report back as the situation develops.
In the meantime, off-campus users can use the Classic Catalogue to look up and request these items.