A lifetime spent promoting lifelong learning By Cynthia Lee When Judith Potter began her mandate as Dean of Continuing Education last September, she came to McGill with a wealth of experience in the field. A chemist by trade, Potter became interested in adult education during a formative period working with First Nations people while at Brandon University [...]
Patrick Hansen’s six-word opus was recently chosen by the people at DAR and the Campus Community Committee as one of the best recent entries (see Six-Word sidebar below). By Jim Hynes Before he came to McGill in 2007, Patrick Hansen worked behind the scenes as the Director of Artistic Administration at the Florida Grand Opera, one of [...]
The Cedars Cancer Institute announced today gross revenues raised in excess of $2 million through the second annual Cedars Tour de Lance cycling event
The planetary meteorological system is still too unknown for us to contemplate modifying its parameters, according to Jacques Derome, professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. He warns that premature application of geo-engineering is dangerous and could lead to unforeseen impacts. - Impact Campus
By Jim Hynes One week after notching their first win in almost three years, the football Redmen returned to the loss column following a 25-20 defeat by the Bishop’s Gaiters before 3,091 fans at Molson Stadium in the annual Fill the Stadium game last Friday. Seven turnovers and a first quarter 61-yard punt return for a [...]
McGill Expert Alert: Ottawa will scuttle one of its high-profile "security-certificate" terrorism cases later this week, amid a growing reluctance to use the extraordinary power to deport suspected terrorists, according to recent court filings.
The jury for the Cundill International Prize in History at McGill University, the world's largest non-fiction historical literature prize, has announced the longlist for this year's prize.
McGill’s new Integrated Program in Neuroscience: All of McGill neuroscience, together in one location
The Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN) is McGill's brand new, inter-departmental, inter-disciplinary neuroscience program for graduate students.
McGill’s new Integrated Program in Neuroscience: All of McGill Neuroscience. Together in One Location.
The Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN) is McGill’s brand new, inter-departmental, inter-disciplinary neuroscience program for graduate students. As Canada’s largest training program for neuroscience students, this new program will bring together and encourage synergy amongst faculty members, postdoctoral fellows and students from different backgrounds all with a neuroscience focus.