McGill Innovation Week is a chance to showcase the University’s innovative research and activities while bringing people together in new and exciting collaborations.
The following is a message to all staff/all students from Robert Couvrette, AVP (Facilities Management and Ancillary Services) on the ongoing efforts to implement a non-smoking policy across the University.
Each year as part of Fall Convocation, the Principal pays tribute to the dedication and exemplary work of exceptional McGill employees by bestowing upon four staff members and one team the Principal’s Awards for Administrative and Support Staff. Here are this year’s winners.
“Open access” to information – free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use results – is transforming the way research and scientific inquiry is being conducted. McGill will celebrate Open Access Week International (Oct. 24–30)
Provost Christopher Manfredi invites faculty, staff and students to participate in an open, town hall discussion of the University budgeting process on Oct. 24.
Montreal’s Remembrance Day ceremonies, held on November 11 since 2009, will be moved back to Place du Canada this year because of the City of Montreal’s major road construction project on Sherbrooke St.
On Sept. 30, Frédéric Bachand closed the Open Forum on the Recommendations of the 2016 CAMSR Report on Divestment with a final meeting at Macdonald Campus. But while the public meetings are said and done, the public consultation is far from finished as people are encouraged to submit their ideas before the end of the month.
Yesterday, the Board of Governors approved the appointment of Professor Brenda Ravenscroft as Dean of the Schulich School of Music. She has been a member of the Queen’s University music faculty since 1993.
The public is invited to an evening with 2016 Killam Prize winner Isabelle Daunais