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Andrea Reyes Ayllon: Oral Defence


The Department Educational and Counselling Psychology/educationCategory: Faculty of Education Dept. of Educational and Counselling Psychology Oral defence

Dr. Victoria Talwar: Worry Less About Your Children's Screen Time (Globe and Mail)

Published: 18Jan2021

As we continue to navigate pandemic life, the question of "healthy screen time" continues to be debated, particularly concerning child users. Screen time has helped provide a useful social outlet...

Expert Advice on Kids and Screens During COVID Lockdown

Published: 15Jan2021

Children’s screen time has long been a contentious issue for the modern parent. The situation has become more challenging during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Drummond Foundation Research Grant Awarded to Dr. Jenna Gibbs - KPE

Published: 12Jan2021

Congratulations to Dr. Jenna Gibbs, Assistant Professor in McGill's Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE) Department, who was recently awarded a Drummond Foundation Research Grant supported by...

ECP's Ada Sinacore Elected as CPA's New President

Published: 12Jan2021

McGill Education and the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP) are proud to announce that the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) board has elected ECP's Professor Ada L....

Global News: Post-Secondary Students Grapple with COVID Fatigue

Published: 12Jan2021

With Canadian universities beginning the Winter 2021 remote semester, Global News investigated further into the overall morale of post-secondary students with regard to COVID fatigue. McGill ECP's...

McGill Engine TechIdea Pitch Competition


The TechIdea pitch competition is part of /engineCategory: School of Architecture...

Leaving Lights on for Hope and Cheer

Published: 7Jan2021

Some Canadians are choosing to leave their Christmas lights on a little longer this year in a bid to keep the holiday cheer going during these dark times. Dr. Tina C. Montreuil, Assistant Professor...


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