Entre Nous with Cynthia Weston, Director, Teaching and Learning Services: Enhancing, engaging, educating
When you get your first teaching gig at the age of 10, like Cynthia Weston did, it is safe to say you're in this for the long haul.
French literature professor Marc Angenot is awarded a Prix du Quebec, the most prestigious honour handed out by the provincial government.
Nargess Tavassolian, a first-year LLM, non-thesis student at McGill and the daughter of Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi, looks at the state of human rights in Iran.
They're the new kid on the block of campus media, but TV McGill is a student club that is growing in confidence and reach.
Entre Nous with Dennis Fortune, Sustainability Director, University Services: Making every choice count
He's the new man on campus and he's here to change the way McGill does business -- for the better, of course.
Two PhD students create "Calendar to End Breast Cancer."
Big kids now. Big problems later in life. McGill is organizing its second annual Think Tank to gather experts in a variety of fields to come up with an action plan to wean our kids off the cheeseburgers.
Law students launch a new journal on international sustainable development law.
Everything from the return of Moshe Safdie to the never-ending battle against discrimination. McGill has it all!
McGill's busy Quebec Studies Program allows students and researchers to combine disciplines in a fertile ground for studying North America's largest French jurisdiction.