Almost two-thirds of Canada’s 4.2 million smokers are seriously considering quitting—and more and more of them are turning to e-cigarettes for help. A new, first-in-Canada study, led by McGill cardiologist Dr. Mark Eisenberg, is asking whether vaping really is the magic ticket to breathing free and easy.
Thus far, the 2015-16 NHL season has read like a Tale of Two Cities for fans of the Montreal Canadiens. It’s been the best of times. It’s been the worst of times….
Lottery tickets are fun-filled and exciting presents, but they are not suitable gifts for minors. Studies suggest that gambling is a popular yet risky activity among youth. Additionally, researchers have reported a correlation between age of gambling onset and problem gambling later in life. Lottery play is sometimes an initial introduction to gambling activities for minors.
Andrew Royce Bauer, a student of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been awarded a Killam Fellowship to study at McGill.
It was a script that would have made Rocky Balboa proud. In just its second year of competition, the McGill Chem-E Car team defied all odds to tie for first place at the recent national championships in Salt Lake City, Utah. The McGill squad beat out 35-team field – including competitors from South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Qatar – to finish tied for top spot with perennial powerhouse and three-time champion, Cornell.
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.
Almost 1,700 people graduated from McGill this fall. The McGill Reporter has created a photo gallery from last week’s Convocation ceremonies at Place des Arts.
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.