McGill Bachelor of Commerce students won first honours at the 17th edition of the Jeux du Commerce, held at the Université du Québec à Rimouski, January 7-10.
Robert Dubeau, director of athletics for the past 28 years at McGill University and the current longest-serving AD in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, has announced that he will take early retirement, effective August 31, 2005.
Management professor Demetrios Vakratsas won the award for the best marketing communications article written five years ago - "How advertising works: What do we really know?" in the Journal of Marketing.
The Faculty of Music will hold a memorial service for Christopher Driscoll at Christ Church Cathedral (635 Ste. Catherine St. West, corner of University) on Friday, February 4, at 2 pm. A reception will follow immediately afterwards in Christ Church Cathedral's Fulford Hall.
Professor Mathieu Blanchette of McGill's School of Computer Science and researchers in California have built a computer model that could be a huge step forward in understanding evolution.
Dr. Mohamed Hafed (BEng'97, MEng'98, PhD'02), researcher and businessman, is among three Canadians awarded the newly inaugurated "Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) Young Innovators Award" by the Government of Canada.
Painters, musicians, sculptors, photographers and other artists hold Artstravaganza at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Employees' Lounge, H4, 687 Pine Ave. West.
The Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre will be holding an open house to celebrate pediatric research at the Montreal Children's Hospital on Friday, December 3, 2004.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and the Inter-Neighbourhood Coalition, which represents community groups in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Westmount and the Sud-Ouest de Montréal, signed a partnership agreement today supporting the harmonious integration of the MUHC's future Glen Campus health centre within the adjacent neighbourhoods.
Laeticia Lagueux doing very well after undergoing heart transplant operation when she was three weeks old
The Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre is very happy to announce that Laeticia Lagueux has been discharged and is doing very well after receiving a new heart on September 13, when she was only three weeks old.
A first-ever study of how evolving diagnostic and therapy guidelines in conjunction with community programs affect breast cancer population mortality found a possible link between death rates and the way cancer care is organized.