McGill has two new Deans after the Board of Governors on Thursday approved the appointments of Prof. R. Bruce Lennox as Dean of the Faculty of Science, and Prof. Josephine Nalbantoglu as Dean of Post-graduate and Doctoral Studies.
As of June 1, the price of printing impressions using the uPrint service will be increased.
Do you aspire to write a memoir, complete a screenplay, dip into comedy, or delve into nature? Want to hone your writing skills and create vivid, moving stories? If so, kick off your summer by registering for a course with the McGill Writing Centre.
Researchers at McGill are seeking ~200 young people, 14 to 18 years of age, to help them get strong to live long.
Looking for on-campus food locations that are open this summer? Carrefour Sherbrooke Dining Hall located on 475 Sherbrooke West is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where does McGill see itself in five years? In ten? Last year, Principal Fortier set out five priority areas for the future of the University. Quarterly updates about the corresponding action plans are now online.
On Monday, May 25, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., hear from experts who will share their knowledge on living with cancer as a chronic disease, and from a survivor sharing his personal journey.
Recently, Microsoft released Skype for Business to replace Lync. This new version of Skype is a hybrid of the Lync client that you use at McGill and the Skype client you may use at home. IT Services will be deploying the new client to supported McGill faculty & staff users starting on May 13.
The Staff Directory allows people to look up McGill employees by first and last name, and displays contact information such as their title, department and phone number. If you wish to add, remove or update your own information in the Staff Directory, you may now submit a request via a new webform on the IT Services site
Vicky Kaspi and Margaret Lock have been voted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the most prestigious honorary societies in the United States. As announced earlier today, April 21, the pair are part of a 2015 cohort that includes some of the world’s most accomplished leaders from academia, business, public affairs, the humanities and the arts.