$12.7 Million for McGill Research from the Fonds de recherche du Québec

Published: 30Jun2022

Tackling climate change and preserving biodiversity a key priority for McGill and Quebec...

International lab dedicated to artificial intelligence kicks-off in Montreal

Published: 26Apr2022

Montreal-based centre unites strengths of McGill University, ÉTS, Mila, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, and CentraleSupélec

$3.1 M for Eight McGill Research Projects

Published: 22Feb2022

Eight projects funded through the Canada Foundation for Innovation John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF) and the Government of Quebec acquire new tools and infrastructure to generate new knowledge,...

Artificial intelligence tutoring outperforms expert instructors in neurosurgical training

Published: 22Feb2022

Machine learning algorithms enhanced technical performance and learning outcomes during simulated brain tumor removal...

Congratulations to Chi-Ian Winnie Yang who won the 2021 Canadian Population Society graduate student paper award.

Published: 14Jun2021

Chi-Ian Winnie Yang’s paper, entitled “Marriage Equality or Socioeconomic Inequality? Couple-Level Socioeconomic Predictors of Same-Sex Marriage in Canada between 2006 and 2016", examines whether...

Congratulations to Professor Amélie Quesnel-Vallée who was awarded the 2021 Fieldhouse Teaching Award from the Faculty of Arts.

Published: 27Apr2021

Professor Amélie Quesnel-Vallée was awarded the 2021 Fieldhouse Teaching Award from the Faculty of Arts that recognizes excellence in teaching and mentoring students.  Over the nearly sixteen years...

Professor Barry Eidlin writes in the Washington Post about the undemocratic nature of union representation elections in the United States.

Published: 23Apr2021

Labour unions in the United States have suffered a series of high-profile defeats in union representation elections in recent years, most recently at Amazon in Bessemer, Alabama. While some might...

Professor Barry Eidlin comments on Alabama Amazon union loss in the Globe and Mail.

Published: 19Apr2021

On April 9, 2021, one of the most high-profile union elections in recent U.S. history came to a close. Workers at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama voted by more than 2-1 against joining a...

Congratulations to Emre Amasyali who won the Arts Insights Dissertation Award for the Social Sciences and Humanities.

Published: 12Apr2021

Emre Amasyali won the Arts Insights Dissertation Award for the Social Sciences and Humanities for his thesis, entitled "The fight for Eden: a mixed-methods analysis of historical educational...


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