2011-2012 Issue 1

Photo by: Kathe LieberWith hindsight, his career path makes a certain kind of sense. Start out in a small francophone village in New Brunswick, develop a thirst for knowledge and insatiable curiosity, apply a healthy dose of self-discipline and openness to the world. What do you get? In the case of Herménégilde Chiasson, you get a poet, playwright, artist, editor, filmmaker and former Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick. That’s a bit of a tall order, but Chiasson, who received the honorary Doctor of Letters degree at Spring Convocation on May 30, doesn’t take himself too seriously. He says, with characteristic modesty, that his life has just evolved that way.


2013-2014 Issue 1

The School of Continuing Studies defines distinguished teachers as people who are passionate about helping students to learn, giving them a sense of accomplishment and setting an example, among other criteria. This Spring’s winners, Maria Eduarda Nunes and Jocelyne Philie, both brim over with undimmed enthusiasm for their chosen calling. “I consider myself a very […]


2011-2012 Issue 2

Sherry Romanado, a lecturer in the School of Continuing Studies’ Public Relations program, knows exactly what her students are going through – and what they expect from their education. Before she began teaching at the School, Romanado was a learner there herself. She completed a Certificate in Public Relations Management in 2005 – all while […]


2010-2011 Issue 1

McGill CCE Instructor Working on his Fourth Novel

Éric Dupont , a lecturer in the Translation Studies unit since 2003 and a novelist , was selected by the Union des écrivaines et écrivains québécois to participate in the first writer-in-residence program established between Quebec and the German state of Bavaria . He will resume teaching at McGill CCE in January 2011.