Higher rates of skin cancer affecting those living in southern and coastal areas of Canada The post Melanoma map shows skin cancer is on the rise in Canada appeared first on McGill Reporter.
After naming McGill Canada’s top university earlier this month, QS now ranks Montreal in global Top 20 of student-friendly cities The post Montreal: Canada’s best student city appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Five other members of the McGill community are also honoured by Governor General Mary Simon The post Architecture professor Alberto Pérez-Gómez appointed to the Order of Canada appeared first on McGill Reporter.
By trip’s end, Larry Lessard will have covered over 20,000 kilometres and traversed 28 countries through three continents The post Mechanical Engineering prof set for epic cycling/recycling tour appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Atia Amin will explain her thesis research in just three minutes at national competition in Montreal in November The post Genetics PhD student wins 3MT Eastern Regional Finals appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Philosophy major Charlotte Goldberger earns kudos for her community involvement The post A passion for mentorship appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Arushi Jain and Andrei Lupu recognized by program to grow Canada’s AI capacity The post Two McGill students earn Borealis AI fellowships appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Awards celebrate exemplary work in educational advancement The post McGill wins seven CASE Circle of Excellence Awards appeared first on McGill Reporter.
The School of Physical and Occupational Therapy (SPOT), New Models of Work Project Office, and Desautels Faculty of Management Masters Office recommit to walking the walk with regards to sustainability The post Newly certified sustainable offices at McGill: May and June 2022 appeared first on McGill Reporter.
143 innovative, forward-thinking McGill research projects receive funding The post $26.5 million for McGill research from NSERC Discovery research programs appeared first on McGill Reporter.
The Neuro and its C-BIG Repository are at the heart of a Canadian initiative that invites individuals with ALS to share their unique story to help drive research The post The ultimate snapshot of ALS appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Youth-led project Climate Action Lab gets university students to mentor high schoolers, giving them the tools to engage in positive climate action The post Enabling climate action among teens appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Student-run, student supported WUSC McGill has been sponsoring refugee scholars since 1986 The post From refugee camps to McGill campus appeared first on McGill Reporter.
For the fifth-straight year, Hiawatha Wampum Belt Flag flies from Arts Building in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day The post Hiawatha Wampum Belt Flag flies above McGill appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Le défenseur des droits de la personne est l’un des huit mcgillois à recevoir la plus haute distinction du Québec à l’Assemblée nationale mercredi The post François Crépeau, professeur de droit, nommé à l’Ordre national du Québec appeared first on McGill Reporter.
110 First Nations, Inuit and Métis students were honoured for completing certificates and degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels from across McGill’s Schools and Faculties The post Scarf Ceremony celebrates the accomplishments of Indigenous grads appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Human rights advocate one of eight McGillians to receive Quebec's highest honour at National Assembly on Wednesday The post Law professor François Crépeau named to the National Order of Quebec appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Study reveals that Darwin's famous finches commute the equivalent of 30 soccer fields on a daily basis The post The secret lives of Darwin’s finches appeared first on McGill Reporter.
Learn from the McGilllian working towards transforming the systems that provide McGill with goods and services for the better The post Sustainable Sparks: Stéphanie Leclerc on inspiring sustainable purchasing appeared first on McGill Reporter.
From Rachmaninov to K-pop, a linked, inclusive, metadata search engine for music content sounds good to scholars and musicians The post $10 million for social sciences and humanities research at McGill appeared first on McGill Reporter.