The Faculty’s Women in Engineering Reception in the spring offers an opportunity for newly admitted engineering female students and their parents to meet representatives of the Faculty, including current students, professors, academic advisors, st
Dr. Bram Koster (Leiden Univ., Netherlands): "Electron microscopy: imaging structures at the nanoscale for cell and structural biology"
Dr. Bram Koster
Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)
Department of Molecular Cell Biology
During the Women in Engineering Fall Webinar (November), panelists, including select academic advisors from the Faculty of Engineering, university admissions advisors, pr
Dr. Stephane Richard
Lady Davis Institute, Associate Director
James McGill Professor of Medicine & Oncology
"Arginine methylation and QUAKING as regulators of CNS myelination"
Professor Steve Fortin, CPA, CA has been named to the Financial Reporting Accounting Standards Board (AcSB). The AcSB is an independent body with the authority to establish accounting standards for use by all Canadian entities outside the public sector. The AcSB serves the public interest by establishing standards for financial reporting by all Canadian private sector entities and by contributing to the development of internationally accepted financial reporting standards.
Les expériences de personnes âgées immigrantes Une étude narrative – « photovoix » exposition de photographies
Les expériences de personnes âgées immigrantes Une étude narrative – « photovoix » exposition de photographies.
Congratulations to Desautels undergraduate students: Evan Coulter, Valentyn Litvin, Meagan Prins, and Marina Simonian who won the top prize at the prestigious PRMIA International Risk Management Challenge- marking a second consecutive victory for the Faculty at this competition.
Next winter, Whistler Blackcomb and Canadian Wilderness Adventures will become some of the first companies to offer electric snowmobiles to clients. The machines are made by Quebec-based Taiga Motors, which built on its first-place finish in the 2016 McGill Dobson Cup’s Innovation Track to expand its technology and develop a revolutionary all-electric snowmobile from the ground up.
Montreal-based Lantinga Vita is all about merging functionality, a chic design and sustainability. The company’s Tempus bag is an Italian-made, multi-functional bag that boasts a compartment for a 15” laptop and a thermal pocket for food. The company’s founder and CEO, Nina Lantinga, recently spoke with The Dobson Chronicles about the entrepreneurial life, growing her business and winning the Grit Prize at the McGill Dobson Cup 2014.