Call for Survey Participants: Parenting Behaviours and Associations with Mental Health and Well-Being
The ReACT lab is looking for participants in Canada who are at least 18 years old to complete a survey about parenting behaviours and its associations with mental health, and well-being.
The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and you can choose to enter into a random draw for the chance to win 1 of 2 cash prizes of $50 at the end of the survey. The survey is available in English and French.
Participatory Research in Education and Agency in Mali (PREAM) Project Launches for Adolescents in the Segou an Mopti RegionsPREAM is a 3 year international collaboration between McGill University and the Université des Lettres et Sciences Humaines de Bamako (ULSHB) in close collaboration with Plan International Canada and Plan International Mali who are implementing an education in emergencies program.
The 5th edition of McGill Physics Hackathon brought together a record breaking number of participants in this 2020 online event.Read more
Image Caption: The Mackenzie River Delta on the Beaufort Sea, a low-lying region in the Canadian Arctic that is vulnerable to rising seas in a warming climate. CREDIT: Nadia and Harold Gomez
Two McGill Faculty of Education Academics, Joseph Levitan, of the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, and Karen Gazith, of the Department of Educational & Counselling Psychology, were featured in a web series conducted by the organization WhyKnowledgeMatters, on Identity and Learning, and Inclusive Education.
Need to step up your health and fitness? McGill Education's Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education is offering personalized at-home fitness sessions via Zoom for members of the McGill Community! Kinesiology students will craft your fitness routine using your existing at-home equipment and household items.
McGill Science student Catherine Wang attended the Faculty of Science’s Undergraduate Poster Showcase to support her peers. Here, she shares her impressions of the event.
Dr. Sheryl Smith-Gilman, DISE Faculty Lecturer and Assistant Director of Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs, was recently interviewed by LEARN Quebec on their podcast, ShiftED. Dr.
The McGill Reporter is happy to announce that the numbers of applicants for the Principal's Prize for Emerging Researchers grew significantly this year. The jury was impressed by the number of early-career researchers who see sharing their knowledge with the media and the public as being an important and natural complement to their academic work.
Thursday, April 22nd marks Earth Day 2021! Celebrated for the first time on April 22, 1970 - Today, more than a billion people in 193 countries now participate in Earth Day activities each year. Over the years, Earth Day has become the world’s largest environmental movement. Take a bit a time in April to celebrate Earth Day and find ways that you can further support Sustainability at McGill and in your daily life.
Since fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first discovered over a decade ago, scientists have puzzled over what could be generating these intense flashes of radio waves from outside of our galaxy. In a gradual process of elimination, the field of possible explanations has narrowed as new pieces of information are gathered about FRBs – how long they last, the frequencies of the radio waves detected, and so on.
In April 2019, scientists released the first image of a black hole in the galaxy M87 using the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT). However, that remarkable achievement was just the beginning of the science story to be told. McGill University astronomers were part of this global effort.
Victoria Glynn, the public program representative from GARM (Graduate Association of the Redpath Museum), has won the prestigious Vanier Scholarship.
Dr. Tina Montreuil, of the Department of Educational & Counselling Psychology, was recently interviewed in the McGill Tribune on the symptoms of social anxiety in early adolescence.