A Board of Governors committee charged with considering a request by Divest McGill that the University divest from its investments in the fossil-fuel industry will deliver it’s response to Divest McGill by the end of March, the Board was told at its meeting Thursday.
A few years ago, Kazumi Fraser Hoshino-Macdonald, was flunking out of high school in Vancouver’s gritty Downtown East Side. Today, Kazumi Fraser Hoshino-Macdonald is looking forward to entering Oxford University next September as McGill’s 139th Rhodes Scholar.
Join the Schulich School of Music’s Director of Opera Studies, Patrick Hansen, for a lecture exploring Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences as applied to opera performance.
Jonathan Kay, Editor-In-Chief of the Walrus Magazine will be delivering this year’s F.R. Scott Lecture, hosted by the Friends of the McGill Library.
On Dec. 3, from 5:30 – 7 p.m. in Arts W-215, McGill will host an information session about the World Social Forum (WSF) coming to Montreal on Aug. 9-14, 2016.
The last Innovation Report of the Conference Board of Canada brought encouraging news for Quebec and Canada. But we can do much better, McGill Principal Suzanne Fortier told the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations on Wednesday.
On Saturday, Dec. 5, McGill is hosting Hult Prize @ McGill — the university-level competition for the prestigious Hult Prize, a social entrepreneurship challenge that invites student teams to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges and a chance to win $1,000,000 in seed funding.
The good news, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) Christopher Manfredi told Senate Wednesday, is that the provincial government hasn’t dropped any surprises into its final message on university spending for the current fiscal year.
McGill’s Bookstore is going through many changes right now, including a name change. The new name has been narrowed down to two choices but your help is needed to make the final decision.
The City of Montreal has informed McGill that traffic on Dr. Penfield Blvd. will be disrupted to varying degrees over the next three weeks as work begins to replace two 54-inch sluice gates that are part of the infrastructure of the McTavish Reservoir on the north side of Dr. Penflield at McTavish St.