Several of the Library’s branches are now open later to give you more time to study and get your work done. The following branches are now open for study for 24-hours, 7 days a week: Humanities and Social Sciences Library Schulich Library of Science and Engineering Nahum Gelber Law Library All extended hours will remain in place until Wednesday, April 29, 2014.
Professor Carrie Rentschler releases two open letters to students and the broader IGSF and McGill communities in light of recent events surrounding student anti-austerity actions. The full letters can be downloaded in the links below.
Medical students voice their opinion on Bill 20 On March 30th, 2015 McGill Medical Students participated in a historic demonstration at the Quebec National Assembly in protest of the proposed Bill 20.
The Staff Directory (www.mcgill.ca/directory/staff) is a service provided to the McGill community and managed by IT Services. In the past, Telephone Coordinators were solely responsible for submitting revisions to the listing.
Congratulations to Maripaz Fernández, Marianne El Yordy Morera and Juan de los Santos who will be headed to Paris to compete at L’Oreal’s Brandstorm finals on June 18 in Paris.
Miriam Post-doctoral Fellow Sandy Stanutz, of the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP), told the Ottawa Citizen's Tom Spears that she is "very thrilled" about new funding for her research into the links between autism and music. Last week the Grammy Foundation announced that it would help fund research pursued by Stanutz and ECP's Dr.
Award winners, donors, staff and Education faculty members gathered Tuesday, March 31st to honour more than 25 students selected for Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards during the 2014-15 academic year. The event marked an opportunity for students to meet face-to-face with the donors who have contributed to their academic pursuits. All in attendance were reminded of the great impact that these generous awards can have on the life, career and development of the fortunate recipients.
Professor Brett Meyer was voted ‘Professor of the Year’ by our ECE undergraduate students at the ECSESS Banquet on April 1st, 2015 (which had record attendance from the student and strong attendance from the professoriate). This is a great recognition of all of Brett’s efforts with students inside and outside the classroom.
Prof. Thomas Szkopek to receive the Carrie M. Derick Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Supervision
The Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Prof. Andrew Kirk, is proud to announce that Prof. Thomas Szkopek has won the Carrie M. Derick Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Supervision. This is in recognition of Prof. Szkopek's devoted efforts in working with his graduate students. This is very well deserved. Congratulations Thomas!
Prof. François Bouffard participated in the expert roundtable on renewable energies associated with the drafting of the 2016-2025 Québec energy policy
On March 30, twelve experts, including Prof. François Bouffard, from the Department and TISED, met to discuss their vision for the future of renewable energy in Québec, present proposals and build consensus. Two topics have been discussed: 1) bioenergy and heat sources (including solar heat and geothermal energy), 2) electricity (including wind energy). More information about the current process leading to the 2016-2025 Québec energy policy is available on the www.politiqueenergetique.gouv.qc.ca website.
Dr. Tara Flanagan, Assistant Professor with the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill, has collaborated with Dr. Nadig of the Faculty of Medicine's School of Communication Sciences and Disorders to develop a transition support program for adults with autism.
“It’s the hidden addiction," Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky told Dave Waddell of National Post/Postmedia News in a recent article, when asked about teen gambling. Dr.