Everything you need to know about the Fall semester final exams (Dec. 7 to Dec. 20)
Security Services has launched a new Online Exchange Zone at McGill in an effort to make online transactions safer for buyers and sellers.
McGill will commemorate the Ecole Polytechnique massacre at the Université de Montreal, in which 14 women were murdered on Dec. 6, 1989, and another 14 injured. McGill’s flags will be set at half staff on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and a memorial service will be held at Birks Chapel (3520 University Street, 2nd floor) beginning at 5 p.m.
McGill’s Board of Governors has decided to take a significant step toward greater openness and transparency by agreeing to include a 20-minute period at two of its five meetings that take place in the course of the academic year.
Earlier today, the Honorable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, announced over $173 million in funding for 203 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs at universities across Canada. Sixteen CRCs went to McGill faculty.
McGill’s Board of Governors joined Senate in unanimously passing the University’s Policy against Sexual Violence at its meeting of Thursday, Dec. 1.
In keeping with tradition, we’re asking McGillians to tell us what they plan on reading during the break. Send us your reading list and we’ll post it on the Reporter site.
The Association of McGill University Support Employees / Public Service Alliance of Canada and McGill University have agreed on all aspects of a new collective agreement.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) is recognizing the impact of Claudia Mitchell’s quarter-century of SSHRC-funded research and other achievements by awarding her the SSHRC Gold Medal, the agency’s highest honour.