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An elevator pitch for Keenoa

Published: 15Jun2018

Kudos to Anne-Julie Tessier, RD, PhD candidate in the School of Human Nutrition, who won the Elevator Pitch Contest organized by the Sight and Life Foundation at the last American Society of...

An elevator pitch for Keenoa

Published: 15Jun2018

Kudos to Anne-Julie Tessier, RD, PhD candidate in the School of Human Nutrition, who won the Elevator Pitch Contest organized by the Sight and Life Foundation at the last American Society of...

Growing a good idea: McGill Seed Library helps would-be gardners

Published: 5Jun2018

An unconventional library at McGill is allowing students and faculty to borrow seeds....

Canada’s first “Calves from Calves” (Buffalo edition)

Published: 1Jun2018

Some unique buffalo calves were born at the Ontario Buffalo Company in Stirling, ON. Their genetic mothers were only 4 months of age at the time their oocytes were collected by laparoscopy,...

$3-million CIHR grant to support research towards an interactive tool to prevent hypoglycemia – the BETTER study

Published: 1Jun2018

The BETTER study (BEhaviors, Therapies, TEchnologies and hypoglycemic Risk in Type 1 diabetes), co-led by Professor Anne-Sophie Brazeau, RD, PhD (McGill University School of Human Nutrition) and Dr...

Macdonald Career Fair

25Sep201810:00
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McGill University's Career Planning Service (CaPS) and the Bieler Family Internship o­ffice invite you to attend the annual Macdonald Campus Career Fair.

Macdonald Campus Non-Profit Career Fair

27Sep201810:00
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Come and meet Non-Profit Organizations at the Macdonald Campus Non-Profit Career Fair. Touch base with new directions in the NGO sector. This event of open to everyone (including the public).

Professor Raj Duggavathi appointed next Chair of Animal Science

Published: 1Jun2018

Professor Raj Duggavathi has been appointed Chair of the Department of Animal Science for the period June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2023.

Farm Management and Technology Program Open House

23Nov201810:00
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Prospective students for the collegial FMT program are welcome to tour the campus and farm and learn more about this three-year long program which encompasses animal and horticultural production as...

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