Waite, Sean and Nicole Denier. 2015. "Gay Pay for Straight Work: Mechanisms Generating Disadvantage." Gender & Society
Waite, Sean and Nicole Denier. 2015. "Gay Pay for Straight Work: Mechanisms Generating Disadvantage." Gender & Society first published on May 18, 2015
We're proud to announce that two graduate students in our department, Stephanie Ballard and Svetlana Puzhko, were awarded FRQS scholarships! Stephanie Ballard is completing an MSc in Family Medicine and is being co-supervised by Dr. Machelle Wilchesky and Dr. Mark Yaffe. Her project is "The validation of a tool for the detection of elder abuse in long-term care: A feasibility study." Svetlana Puzhko is currently in the MSc program in Family Medicine, supervised by Dr.
Lauréat du Prix d’Europe en 2011, Charles Richard-Hamelin est considéré comme l’un des pianistes canadiens les plus prometteurs de sa génération. En tant que soliste, Charles a pu se faire entendre avec de nombreux orchestres, dont l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, l'Orchestre symphonique de Toronto et le Korean Symphony Orchestra.
OBIT: Ray Baillie, former CFL player and McGill football coach, was 80 By Earl Zukerman Published by McGill Athletics, May 11, 2015
The McGill Institute for the Study of International Development will be offering our highly successful executive education certificate program, Corporate Social Responsibility: Creating Value Through Collaborative Sustainable Development Program, from June 8-12.
Students Pengfei Song, Weize Zhang and Alexandre Sobolevski, under the supervision of Professor Xinyu Liu, won the Best Paper Award in the Microfluidics Symposium at the 2014 ASME IMECE conference. The team developed a microfluidic device for on-chip culture, chemical perfusion and phenotype identification of the nematode worm C. elegans, a promising development for worm-based, high-throughput chemical testing. The device can house single worms in microfluidic chambers, the chemical environment of which can be adjusted according to experimental needs.
On May 14th 2015, E-Innovation, a team all composed of McGill Chemistry staff and students, was awarded the second place of the 2015 McGill Dobson Cup Start-UP Competition for entrepreneurs in the Innovation Driven Track. The co-founders of E-Innovation are Prof. Janine Mauzeroll, Laurence Danis, Dr. Tomer Noyhouzer, Dr. Michael E. Snowden and Dr. Ushula M. Tefashe. The team would like to thank once again their mentors Marc St-Arnaud, Gregory Kalinin and Pr.
CBC and CJAD have interviewed Dr. Linda Polka on the study of how babies prefer the sound of other babies. This study was conducted by Ph.D. student Matthew Masapollo, Linda Polka and UQAM colleague Lucie Menard. CBC The National interview CBC radio interview CJAD radio interview
Authors: Klag, M., Jansen, K. J and Lee, M. D. Publication: The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Abstract:
The Faculty of Education would like to congratulate the following Researchers on their successful applications to FRQSC's Établissement de nouveaux professeurs-chercheurs (Start-up Program for New Research Professors):
Championing the Canadian horse By Andrew Mahon Published May 12, 2015, McGill News Alumni Magazine The Canadian horse is an icon of Canada’s heritage and, according to legend, the original breed of horses in North America – but proving its rightful place in history and drawing attention to its dwindling numbers has been a long and arduous saga.
We are happy to announce that the latest book from the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law, Les apparences en droit civil, has been published by Éditions Yvon Blais. This collection of seven essays is the outcome of the civil law workshop series of the same name that the Centre ran in 2012-2014. From the book jacket
Thanks to the generous support of our undergraduate student SSMU Library Improvement Fund, McGill Library & Archives is pleased to report that the long overdue expansion of the washrooms on the main floor of the Redpath Library Building is about to begin!