McGill selects new HR and academic personnel software

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“Workday” has been selected as the new human resources (HR) and academic personnel software. It will replace McGill’s aging Banner HR and Payroll One-time Payment System (POPS) tools with an integrated system and more efficient ways of working.

Oxhorn named Associate Provost (International)

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Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) Christopher Manfredi announced on Wednesday, Aug. 24, the appointment of Prof. Philip Oxhorn to the position of Associate Provost (International), effective 1 September 2016.

Le James Bookstore opens on Parc

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The McGill Bookstore, now called Le James Bookstore, has moved from its McTavish Street location and has opened its first new location as of Monday, Aug. 22.

Community Engagement Day 2016

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McGill’s Social Equity and Diversity Education Office will be hosting and celebrating the 5th anniversary of Community Engagement Day on and around Thursday, Sept. 29

Send us your vacation pics!

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We’d like to pay homage to the Summer of 2016 before we bid it adieu. For the fourth consecutive year, the Reporter wants to create a gallery of your vacation pics.

New tuition discounts for McGill staff

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Looking to build your career? My Workplace, the McGill Executive Institute and the School of Continuing Studies are teaming up to make professional development more affordable than ever.

Update on Faculty of Medicine UGME accreditation

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Dean Eidelman shares a progress report on the faculty’s Undergraduate Medical Education accreditation initiatives.

Chris Buddle named Dean of Students

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Chris Buddle, an award-winning teacher and researcher at Macdonald Campus, has been named Dean of Students.

Principal’s Awards: Nominate by Aug. 15!

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If you have an exceptional colleague, you have until August 15 to nominate them for a Principal’s Award!

Middle-age memory decline a matter of changing focus

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The inability to remember details, such as the location of objects, begins in early midlife (the 40s) and may be the result of a change in what information the brain focuses on during memory formation and retrieval, rather than a decline in brain function, according to McGill researchers.