More than 45 graduate students from the Faculty of Engineering presented their research results via poster presentations at the Third Annual McGill Engineering Research Showcase (MERS) held by the Faculty of Engineering on Monday, Oct. 5.
MBA students at the Desautels Faculty of Management are immersing themselves in the world of the performing arts as a way to improve leadership skills through a unique workshop in collaborative leadership which uses theatrical improvisation techniques.
McGill’s 5th annual Indigenous Awareness Week will take place from Sept. 21 – 25 on the downtown campus. The annual Pow Wow will kick start festivities on Friday, Sept. 18, beginning at 11 a.m. on the lower field.
In a pilot project designed to encourage students to participate more fully in the democratic process, Elections Canada is establishing offices at 40 Canadian university and college campuses, including two at McGill and one adjacent to a McGill residence building on Sherbrooke St., for the federal election on Oct. 19.
The Inaugural Transplanted Roots: Percussion Research Symposium (Sept. 17 – 19) will convene researchers and professionals working in the ever-changing field of contemporary percussion.
This year’s edition of Open Air Pub, running from Aug. 31 – Sept. 11, features all the elements that have made it one of the University’s most popular events for more than three decades – lots of people, lots of homegrown music and maybe the occasional refreshment. Oh yes, and all the partying is done under the watchful gaze of McGill’s favourite trio of nude guys.
A collection of students and community members gathered outside Burnside on Wednesday to share their final ‘garden meal’ of the season. The meal was put together largely from vegetables grown right on the McGill downtown campus thanks to the efforts of Midnight Kitchen volunteers.
Convocation is the happiest time of the year at McGill. We’ve tried to catch as many of the smiles as we could.
Convocation (May 26–June 3) represents the very best of McGill, past, present and future.
Monday, April 27, marked the ceremony celebrating the third annual McGill Equity and Community Building Awards. Outstanding students, faculty and support staff members were recognized for their work fostering links with the local community and for nurturing an environment of equity at McGill. Following their introduction by Associate Provost Lydia White, award winners in the four categories –Student, Faculty, Support Staff and Team – each received a plaque from Provost Anthony C. Masi