Nine McGill researchers selected in newest round of Canada CIFAR AI Chairs

Published: 9Dec2019

CIFAR today announced its newest cohort of Canada CIFAR AI Chairs, which includes nine researchers from McGill, bringing the total number of McGill researchers named to the program to 17. These top...

Reflecting on the Future: Pre-Departure Workshop for ExL Study Abroad Program


In this workshop, students in the Faculty of Arts who’ve been accepted for Exchange or Independent Study Away are invited to get more out of their experience by taking time to reflect and clarify...

Three outstanding women named finalists for the 2019 Cundill History Prize

Published: 17Oct2019

Three finalists for the 2019 Cundill History Prize were announced last night at an event at Massey College, Toronto. The finalists, all female, are UCL Professor of German History, Mary Fulbrook,...

entitled Securing Good Development Outcomes: Global Growth Challenges and Opportunities


McGill students and faculty members are invited to join Prof. Suzanne Fortier, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University, for a speech delivered by Mr.

Twelve McGill scholars inducted into Royal Society of Canada

Published: 11Sep2019

The Royal Society of Canada announced twelve McGill inductees in 2019 including three new members to the College of New Scholars, Artists, and Scientists, and nine new Fellows including:...

Canadian social sciences and humanities researchers honoured for their extraordinary contributions

Published: 5Sep2019

Canadian social sciences and humanities research is producing innovative knowledge that is helping communities, businesses and governments to have an impact on people’s lives. The Social Sciences...

Andrew Potter joins McGill University’s Max Bell School of Public Policy

Published: 14Aug2019

The Max Bell School of Public Policy is excited to announce that Andrew Potter has joined the School to support its teaching, outreach, research, and policy engagement activities.

Americans Are Complicit in Border Camp Abuses

Published: 17Jul2019

The conditions at border detention facilities provide irrefutable evidence of the child maltreatment that President Trump commits in our names—and state officials need to take action to end the...

When will Ottawa end its willful neglect of First Nations children?

Published: 17Jul2019

“The federal government must end its discriminatory and inequitable funding of all public services on reserves, including education, health care, child welfare and basics such as water and...


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