Sheila Copps wonders where Canadian women have gone.
McGill wows the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education with a bit of e-innovation wizardry and then goes old school with an award-winning brochure.
Joey Elias is returning to McGill for the Management Forum steering committee's annual comedy event.
McGill hosts a special lecture and a fundraising walk in an effort to raise the public's awareness of the need for improved palliative care.
Professor Suha Jabaji-Hare is fond of fungus. The mycologist has developed a process to help farmers protect their crops from disease-causing growths, and teaches a course on how to identify different kinds of mushrooms, of which there are many.
Warren Chippindale is recognized for his tireless fundraising work for the MNI; ten researchers land new Killam Research Fellowship news; and three professors receive Sloan Research Fellowships.
Rémi Quirion, psychiatry professor and scientific director of the Douglas Research Centre, becomes the latest McGillian to receive Canada's highest civilian honour.
McGill's Asclepius Project, named after the Greek god of healing, seeks to promote whole-person medicine, alternately known as holistic medicine, which advocates for compassionate patient care among health professionals.
McGill's VP of Public Affairs weighs in on the uproar over the Quebec-France pact.
Registrar Sylvia Franke waxes poetic about the role of the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's office and how she plans to improve services.