Harry Pelissero is the general manager of Egg Farmers of Ontario, which has been working with Michael Ngadi, a professor of bioresource engineering at McGill University, to develop a machine that selects female eggs before they're hatched.
Join us in welcoming new undergraduate students to Macdonald!
A series of special and informative events have been planned to help integrate new students into the Macdonald Community.
Mark your calendars for 2016 Homecoming - October 27-30
This Homecoming, we welcome classes ending in "1 and "6" as they celebrate anniversary years, but everyone is welcome to join in the festivities at Mac on Saturday October 29th.
You are invited to join us for this year's A. Jean de Grandpré Distinguished Speaker Series. This year's theme is Space – Science, Pop Culture and Beyond.
| EDUARDO GANEM CUENCA and KATHY MACLEAN
Students from McGill’s Macdonald Campus seem to have figured out the winning combination of talent, skills, risk –and above all, the unwavering determination it takes to convert an idea into a viable business venture.
Congratulations to Valérie Toupin-Dubé, BSc(AgEnvSc) '16, winner of Equiterre’s Laure Waridel Bursary. The bursary was established in 2008 by Equiterre and the Caisse d’économie solidaire Desjardins for students committed to pursuing and disseminating research on environmental and social action.
The Macdonald Campus Convocation Ceremonies will take place on Friday, June 3, 2016, when almost 500 students will be receiving their degrees. Morning and afternoon ceremonies will be held.
ONE DAY BILINGUAL WORKSHOP - APRIL 22, 2016, 9h00 to 16h00
Popular culture loves the mythology of the self-made success, the boot-strapping individual who eschews formal education to blaze a path to success. But, while superstar dropouts can capture our imaginations – think Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg – they are the exceptions, not the rule. Especially in Canada: a study by the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity, for example, found that nearly 90 per cent of the founders of Canada’s top 250 tech companies are university graduates.