McGill trio named among the world’s top young scientists by WEF

Kudos

McGill profs Stefanie Blain-Moraes, Marta Cerruti and Kyle Elliott are among the 55 top young scientists in the world under the age of 40 according to the World Economic Forum

Davos 2017: Elena Bennett on hope and sustainability

Four Burning Questions

In advance of her World Economic Forum lecture, Elena Bennet spoke to the Reporter about complexity in decision making; the wide range of sustainability-related initiatives at McGill and in her own research; and how she stays hopeful in a world that at times seems rather bleak.

McGill fait la promotion du développement durable lors du Forum économique mondial de Davos

McGill dans la ville

À Davos, la principale Suzanne Fortier positionnera Montréal comme ville verte et ville du savoir universitaire

Davos 2017: Andrew Gonzalez on building more sustainable cities

Entre Nous

In advance of his presentation at the World Economic Forum, Andrew Gonzalez, talks to the Reporter about the ways in which dense urban areas have caused a serious disconnect between ecosystems – a disconnect that can have a negative impact on people’s wellbeing.

McGill joins Global University Leaders Forum

Other News

Principal Suzanne Fortier, has been invited to join the Global University Leaders Forum. This forum acts as an intellectual community within the World Economic Forum to advise its leadership on matters relating to higher education and research, and also serves as a resource for the Forum’s members and constituents.

Watch Principal Fortier in Davos

Blog

Principal Suzanne Fortier will attend the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, later this week to join a high-level academic panel tackling serious questions about global science.