McGill Reporter: IMPRESS team wins Principal’s Award

Published: 21 November 2023

From Neale McDevitt, editor at the McGill Reporter: 

"On November 20, the meteoric rise of McGill’s Indigenous Mentorship and Paid Research Experience for Summer Students (IMPRESS) program reached new heights. As part of the afternoon Convocation ceremony, Lynnsey Chartrand, a Red River Métis from Treaty 4, accepted the Principal’s Award for Administrative & Support Staff in the Team category, on behalf of other IMPRESS team members Veronica Amberg, Marlowe Dubois, Thomasina Phillips, Krystle van Hoof, and Kim Reeve".

Read more on IMPRESS' success here!

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