Want to work in radio? Aim for the airwaves by applying for the second CBC Radio Peter Gzowski Internships. The program offers training and broadcast opportunities to final-year students in four participating universities across the country, including McGill. Internships will be offered from May 3, 2004 to August 27, 2004. Gzowski interns will each receive a week of training in the basics of Radio Production at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto. Each will spend the rest of the internship in a different location. Application and eligibility information can be obtained on the Gzowski Internships website. The CBC Radio Hiring Committee, made up of managers across the country, will make the final choices from the shortlists. The interns' names will be announced by March 1, 2004.
The 2003 McGill Centraide Campaign is pleased to announce that you can contribute to Centraide by payroll deduction until January 15, 2004. You may either use the traditional paper method or the online pledge form. A downloadable donation card is also available on the Centraide website. Be among those who help people help people!
The union representing McGill’s clerical staff has rejected the university’s latest offer tabled on November 26. At the same time they mandated a possible strike. The administration and the union are now entering conciliation talks.
The parents and staff of the McGill daycare have drafted an open letter to the provincial government protesting new regulations for subsidized childcare.
Provost Luc Vinet has been appointed to a second five-year term. Hey, what happened to vice-principal (academic)?
An American cow earns three dollars a day in subsidies, but half the world’s farmers earn less than two dollars a day. Indian food and trade policy analyst Devinder Sharma spoke at Macdonald campus about the inequities of the global trade system.
Welcome to the new math: Martin Gander hopes to improve the number crunching behind the science of weather forecasting.
Suzelle Barrington has developed a way to reduce the odour of farm waste, and she wants to bring her composting techniques to the city.
Chemistry professor Scott Bohle has helped solve a medical mystery – how exactly anti-malaria drugs work. The breakthrough could help develop better treatments for a disease that infects 300-million people a year.
Senate discussed reducing the size of the Board of Governors.