Robert Dorion, DDS'72, one of only five accredited forensic odontologists in Canada, is doing his part to train the next generation. Last fall, he set up the world's first online course in forensic dentistry, and this year he published a textbook on bitemark evidence.
The MacArthur Fellowships, often referred to as the "genius grants," have been announced by the MacArthur Foundation. Among the 25 recipients is Michael Manga, BSc'90, whose work deals with the forecasting of seismic activity and the fluid dynamics of planetary evolution.
Classes Without Quizzes needn't intimidate those returning to school for the first time in decades for Homecoming. As well, the fun and educational lectures are open to all the McGill community.
McGill epidemiologist Dr. Margaret Becklake is the lead author of a new study that suggests passive tobacco exposure is a predictor of whether a child will take up smoking.
First-of-its-kind program will provide recruitment outreach, bursaries, scholarships and cultural activities designed to help indigenous students succeed.
After recent high-profile corporate scandals, public confidence in leadership and management has taken a real hit. The way universities train managers may be part of the problem, says management iconoclast Henry Mintzberg.