Dynamic Partnerships Make All The Difference

One of our major new projects takes the renowned expertise of Dr. Alain Brunet, a Faculty of Medicine professor, to a very wide audience. Through the cooperation of several McGill units, we have made Dr. Brunet’s important diagnostic information about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) available online – in an entirely self-guided course – for health-care professionals around the world.

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News Briefs 2010-2011 Issue 2

Marketers Partner with the School of Continuing Studies for Online Curriculum

New Publication from Translation Studies Lecturer

Aboriginal Community Initiative this Summer

McGill SCS’s Got Talent, Lots of Talent

International Language & Culture Colloquium

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Alumni Profile: Australian Journalist Ean Higgins

Based in Australia for 30 years, Canadian journalist Ean Higgins grew up in Montreal, where he attended Lower
Canada College. He is a recent graduate of the Intensive French program and winner of an AJIQ* journalism award for best opinion piece, which began as a class assignment.

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SCS Partnering with Expert for Innovative Course on Trauma

Since high-profile incidents like the 9/11 attacks almost 10 years ago, medical and psychology researchers and practitioners have been making great headway in better understanding post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and how to treat it. This is reassuring news because, according to one American study, 90% of us will experience a traumatic event in our lifetime, and 9% of us will likely develop PTSD at some point.

New Directions for Continuing Education at McGill

Spring Brings New Names and Unit Enhancements There’s a great deal of excitement in the air at the former Centre for Continuing Education these days. That’s right – former. After much study and discussion, CCE became the School of Continuing Studies (SCS)/École d’éducation permanente on May 1. As well, all the major program units have […]

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