Given the recent devastating earthquake in northern Iran, members of our McGill family may be concerned about loved ones, friends or colleagues who may have been affected by this disaster. We want to offer our support to all students who have come to McGill from Iran and other members of our community who have connections to the country.
Due to flooding, the Bronfman Building at 1001 Sherbrooke St. W., is temporarily closed. Please see attached table for a list of affected courses and their new locations.
Following media reports on its spending on security during student unrest earlier this year, McGill University reiterates that this spending was both responsible and effective, said Olivier Marcil, Vice-Principal (Communications and External Relations).
Report by blue-ribbon panel, including McGill Principal Munroe-Blum, highlights links between world-class research universities and future prosperity
McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Heather Munroe-Blum, is delighted to announce that McGill’s Board of Governors has approved the reappointment of Marc Weinstein as Vice-Principal (Development and Alumni Relations) for a six-year term ending on June 30, 2018.
"I was greatly disappointed to hear of Minister Beauchamp’s resignation,” said Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University. “First, I’d like to thank her for her commitment to serving Quebec over the past 14 years. But in particular, I’d like to commend her for her sincere and sustained efforts in trying to resolve the crisis that Quebec universities and CEGEPs are curr
With exams coming to an end, I write to share a personal note with you about the past year and to thank you for the hard work, dedication and engagement with McGill that you have shown in 2011-12.
The second term of Professor Heather Munroe-Blum as Principal ends on June 30, 2013, and a process to find her successor has begun. In accordance with the Statutes of McGill University, an Advisory Committee has been formed.
Provincial budget: McGill welcomes essential funding for restoration of historical academic building
McGill University welcomed today the injection of $35 million dollars toward the restoration of Wilson Hall, one of McGill’s many historical academic buildings in urgent need of rehabilitation. The funding was announced as part of the Quebec budget tabled today.
Provisional Protocol Regarding Demonstrations, Protests, and Occupations on McGill University Campuses
The occupation of the sixth floor offices of the Deputy Provost by a small group of students, even though it came to a peaceful end, is not the way in which we would like to see differences of opinion expressed on our campuses.
I write to share with you my thoughts on the James Building occupation, which, of course, I have been following closely with the members of the senior team handling the situation. I fully support the difficult decisions they have had to make as this protest unfolded. I am grateful that those occupying the sixth floor of James have been safely escorted from the building and campus.