Deadline for Web withdrawing (grade of "W") from multi-term courses (D1/D2, N1/N2) that started in Summer 2008 (with fee refund for Fall term 2008) for students in...
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Continuing Education, Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Religious Studies, Social Work, and Science (no withdrawals from Education Intensive courses). Click on event title for full details.
Dr. Brenda Milner and Dr. Bill Feindel are turning 90! Join us for a celebration!
This workshop will bring together students, university and governmental researchers as well as industrial, university and governmental representatives to discuss current issues in climate change research.
Boil advisory in effect in impacted buildings until further notice
Alternative sources of water for fire protection have been found for the following buildings: Wilson Hall, Arts Building and Dawson Hall.
Due to an accidental break of a main water distribution line, a major emergency water shutdown is in effect immediately (July 7, 2008, 13:00).
We have received test results that indicate that the water supplied in the buildings affected by the water main break on July 7th is safe to drink.
A blue-ribbon scientific panel has waved a yellow flag in front of a rapidly expanding number of products containing nanomaterials, cautioning that the tiny substances might be able to penetrate cells and interfere with biological processes.
Coverage from the CBC and The Telegraph on how five scientists — including three affiliated with McGill — tested the idea that certain tropical beetles or butterfly larvae were more likely to be found on plants that contain useful chemicals.
This BBC story looks to McGill for an example of one good solution to food shortages and higher food prices: "In 2007, a visionary group of academics and students at McGill University in Montreal created the Edible Campus.