Redpath Museum

Winners this year for McGill’s Award for Equity and Community Building, recognizing the work of students committed to advancing equity, inclusion and community engagement at McGill: Jessica Ford and Charles Cong for the McGill STEMM and diversity project.  The award committee noted that this project was "was outstanding, showing achievement, initiative and impact in the domains of equity, inclusion and community building. Thank you for setting such a wonderful example for the McGill community and for all your efforts in this regard."

Classified as: Public Outreach
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Published on: 5 Apr 2018

The Redpath Museum lost a great friend and donor on July 30, 2017. What started with a small donation of about 200 shells in 1994 has grown into a permanent exhibit entitled "Conchologycitus - the Abe Levine Shells". Located on the second floor of the Redpath Museum it commemorates Abe Levine's life long passion and admiration to "the home wherein the Mollusc dwells".

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Published on: 5 Oct 2017

The Redpath Museum lost a great friend and donor on July 30, 2017. What started with a small donation of about 200 shells in 1994 has grown into a permanent exhibit entitled "Conchologycitus - the Abe Levine Shells". Located on the second floor of the Redpath Museum it commemorates Abe Levine's life long passion and admiration to "the home wherein the Mollusc dwells".

Published on: 2 Aug 2017

Remembering Carrie Derick on Women's Day

Classified as: genetics, women's day, first woman professor
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Published on: 3 Mar 2017

Peter Tarassoff has won the Pinch Medal from the Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC). This medal is named for William Wallace Pinch of Rochester, New York, in recognition of his enormous and selfless contributions to mineralogy through the identification of ideal specimens for study and through his generosity in making them available to the academic community. Check the biography and citation for Peter here.

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Published on: 10 Jan 2017

The Redpath Museum now offers videoconferences to school groups of any grade or age level. Visit the Museum without having to take a field trip!

Choose from three presentations: Meet the Triceratops, Egyptian Life, or Quebec Biodiversity.

The sessions are streamed live, last one hour, and feature a museum educator in the Redpath Museum galleries.

Published on: 20 Aug 2013