Pioneering European producer and sound recorder Martha de Francisco joins the Faculty of Music.
Graduate Jane Brierley is awarded a second Governor General's Award for her translation of Marcel Trudel's Mémoire d'un autre siècle.
To celebrate being named Research University of the Year in Canada, the News brings you a special series of articles on research at McGill.
McGill Architecture professor Robert Mellin, MArch'84, explores the rich heritage of a tiny Newfoundland fishing village called Tilting.
Nanotechnology is a big deal these days, and top researchers are making McGill the nano-centre of the country.
Management students are looking for the secret of success through social innovation. The Faculty offers many courses on innovation and its social impact on business.
Paleontologist Hans Larsson, BSc'94, ventures from Africa to the High Arctic to dig up the history of our planet.
The Northern California branch of the McGill Alumni Association organized a Sonoma Valley Wine Tour in October and participants took a little break from sipping to pose with the McGill flag.
David Lank, a lecturer in the Faculty of Management and an ornithology aficionado, and McGill Biology professor Graham Bell, Director of the Redpath Museum, were on hand for the Museum's opening of "Rare Birds: Treasures from the Blacker-Wood Library," an exhibition of bird art featuring pieces selected from the Library's collection of drawings, prints and books. Treasures on display included the exquisite "feather book" of Dionisio Minaggio dating from 1618, in which the images are constructed of undyed feathers.
Novelist and vertically challenged humorist Will Ferguson took advantage of some furniture at the Four Seasons Hotel to stand tall at the Vancouver Leacock Luncheon held in October. Ferguson was the guest lecturer and is pictured with Vancouver branch president Todd Law, BEng'87 (centre), and Luncheon emcee Derek Drummond, BArch'62, Macdonald Professor of Architecture at McGill.