Congratulations to Newsha Nozariasbmarz for being awarded a CFTRc Summer Studentship Award.

Newsha will conduct her research project in the lab of Dr. Carolyn Baglole. 

Classified as: Cystic Fibrosis Translational Research Centre
Published on: 17 May 2023

The name of a new global food security hub at McGill might be a mouthful, but the students behind it are confident their work will help get food into the mouths of people who need it.

“We want to be a place where students can get hands-on experience advocating for solutions,” said Efrata Woldeyohanes, the undergraduate student leading the recently launched Margaret A. Gilliam Institute for Global Food Security Student Nexus.

Classified as: Sustainability, global food security, student initiatives, Student groups, food security, Margaret A Gilliam Institute for Global Food Security
Published on: 9 Mar 2023

We are happy to share that McGill University's School of Physical and Occupational Therapy (SPOT) has launched their new telehealth knowledge platform.

The TeleRehab SPOT was developed to respond to the need to support rehab clinicians (OT, PT, SLP) in empowering and improving virtual practices.

The resource includes: 

Published on: 16 Feb 2023

"On a Monday afternoon during midterm season, the cafeteria of Royal Victoria College is the place to be."
In this McGill Tribune feature, Gillian Cameron captures the spirit of SciLearn Peer Collaboration, a collaborative learning environment for U0 & U1 students in Science courses.


Published on: 8 Dec 2022

In collaboration with Prof. Kelome and our Committee on Equity, Outreach, and Student Well-Being, the Department of Mathematics & Statistics will be hosting a virtual Career Event on Friday, February 18 from 5-7 PM EDT. We have invited several McGill Alumni to speak about their experiences working in industry. The panel includes participants from various fields, including finance, business management, and software/web development.

Published on: 11 Feb 2022


Lucia Wang, master’s student in Pharmacology and Therapeutics at McGill, shares her perspective on the role of equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM education.

Classified as: equity, diversity, inclusion, STEM
Published on: 22 Feb 2021


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Published on: 20 Jul 2020

Dear Members of the Faculty of Arts community,

We have all experienced a stressful week of adjustment and adaptation as we take action to face the COVID-19 global pandemic. While there is still much uncertainty and more change to come, I want to thank you all for your resilience and patience in these trying times.

Classified as: Faculty of Arts, Internal announcements, staff
Published on: 20 Mar 2020

The Office of Sustainability is recruiting Sustainable Events Consultant for the 2019-2020 academic year!

As a volunteer with the Sustainable Events Consultant team, you will liaise with event organizers in the McGill community to ensure that they are organized in the most sustainable way possible. By utilizing both online and print resources, you will help event organizers gain access to knowledge about sustainable resources, and help ensure best practices at events.

Published on: 20 Aug 2019

The McGill Students’ Chapter of is in the process of completing a Campus Assessment in order to analyze what support exists for mental health on campus, what might be lacking, and what changes they can advocate for.

Classified as: mental health, assessment
Published on: 5 Mar 2019

The Student Health Service clinic will be closed in order to implement the EMR (Electronic Medical Record).  Please note that the week of Study Break was chosen to minimize the impact on students.

Published on: 10 Jan 2019

Dear Students,

Are you interested in improving your MANDARIN Skills in an immersion setting in China? Would you like to spend 4 weeks (Summer 2019) to engage in a well-designed INTENSIVE CHINESE LANGUAGE PROGRAM?

Published on: 12 Dec 2018

By James Mattina 

On June 23 a group of McGill Medical students will host YogAuction, an outdoor yoga event and silent auction taking place at McGill’s Percival Molson Stadium between 9:30 a.m. and noon. Funds raised from the event will go directly towards Childhood Cancer Canada (CCC), whose mission is to create victories for Canadian children with cancer through investment in national and collaborative research, educational and community programs.

Classified as: cancer research
Published on: 15 Jun 2018

By Gillian Woodford

Published on: 11 May 2018

With a passion for fundraising and volunteering, in 2014 Olivia Monton created her own foundation, known as Live for the Cause, to support local and grassroots charitable organizations in Montreal. Currently a second-year medical student at McGill University, Olivia is also involved in several student-led committees, which allow her to contribute to the improvement of medical education and simulation-based training for medical students, in addition to promoting interdisciplinary collaboration between various healthcare professions.

Classified as: McGill Medical Students' Society
Published on: 2 May 2018


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