Have you ever wanted to try something different in your classroom, but weren’t sure how to go about it—or whether your out-of-the-box idea would even fly at McGill? On December 11, Teaching and Learning Services is hosting a symposium about education strategies. Hear other instructors’ success stories and experiment with your own approach to teaching.
While today’s Convocation ceremonies were a celebration of the 1,700 graduating students, the University also took the time to thank some of its most dedicated educators.
For the 11th year in a row, Maclean’s magazine has ranked McGill as the top university in Canada among institutions with medical schools and a broad range of PhD programs.
McGill announced today a new name and vision that will position the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning at the forefront of simulated training in the health sciences. Thanks to a $7.5 million gift from Arnold and Blema Steinberg, the Centre will be expanding its facilities, enhancing its technologies and broadening its scope of activities.
With the recent announcement that the Quebec government will share with McGill the cost of feasibility studies into the future of the now-vacant Royal Victoria Hospital site, Principal Suzanne Fortier has created a Principal’s Task Force on the Academic Vision and Mission of the RVH Site.
Today the jury for the world’s most lucrative award for historical non-fiction writing announced this year’s finalist list. There are now three potential winners in the running for the $75,000 US 2015 Cundill Prize.
The six books vying for the 2015 Cundill Prize in historical literature were announced Tuesday, Sept. 22, by Prof. Hudson Meadwell, Interim Dean of the Faculty of Arts. The Cundill Prize is the world’s most lucrative international award for a nonfiction book, featuring a grand prize of US$75,000.
What can we do to revitalize our neighborhoods while propelling Montreal forward as an international hub of innovation? The Quartier de l’innovation (QI) is the answer. The idea for this creative ecosystem to foster innovation was born in 2009 (formalized in 2013) as a response to the challenges of a rapidly changing, dynamic world
One of the most rapidly advancing areas of science, the use of new materials to solve big industry problems was the subject of wide-ranging discussions over several days recently between two of Canada’s science leaders, Canada Excellence Research Chairs Steven Bryant and Robin Rogers.