It's been a hundred years since the McGill Conservatorium of Music was established, and over the years McGill's Faculty of Music has moved to the forefront of education in Canada.
Global Television takes you inside the Montreal Children's Hospital operating room with a documentary featuring five incredible children dealing with life-threatening health problems.
During a three-year study, researchers from McGill University's School of Social Work examined ways to boost the well-being of lower income kids through different forms of art. On September 20, academics, policy-makers and practitioners are gathering in Montreal to discuss the findings of the National Arts and Youth Demonstration Project.
Sir James Black, the man behind some of the biggest drug advances in recent medical history, will deliver two talks at McGill on September 23 and 24.
McGill University researchers are among those who will benefit from a new Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) palliative care funding initiative. McGill University professor Robin Cohen is a recipient and will study the most effective and efficient palliative care interventions.
Continuing turmoil in the commercial aviation industry will be examined by experts during the Worldwide Conference on Current Challenges in International Aviation from September 24 to 26. The event is being organized in Montreal by McGill University's Institute of Air & Space Law in cooperation with the International Civil Aviation Organization.
Dr. Gilles Julien unveils innovative way of treating children living in poverty.
On September 27, two McGill professors — one a legal scholar, the other a Shakespearean academic — will stage a debate about same-sex marriage and Shakespeare that will summarize and bring to life an issue currently dividing North Americans.
New McGill research suggests that a common freshwater fish, the yellow perch, is moving away from its traditional diet to one that is less nutritious and potentially poisonous. The consequences may be deadly to freshwater life and harmful to human food sources.
Get out your McGill umbrellas! Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to take part in the 2004 Centraide March of 1,000 Umbrellas on September 29.