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Après une carrière de 50 ans en droit, le nom de René Dussault a figuré à beaucoup d’endroits: sur de nombreuses publications juridiques, dans l’organigramme de ministères et d’organismes, et sur des documents préparatoires à des dizaines de projets de loi pour encadrer les professions au Québec. Sans compter les récompenses qu’il a obtenues. C’est pour célébrer ce travail que l’Université McGill lui décerne un doctorat honorifique. Nous avons posé quelques questions à M. Dussault.


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Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz and Dr. Rebecca Gladding have written a powerful book that is a must-read for leaders who want to create healthy, highly productive work cultures, and for individuals who want to take better control of their lives.


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globe_peopleFiras Alhafidh has an office on McGill campus, but an eye on the world. As Director of Language and Intercultural Communication for McGill’s School of Continuing Studies, he’s been undertaking some major new initiatives as part of the unit’s strategic plan.
“We’ve done a lot to expand our coverage and branding, both internationally and domestically,” says Alhafidh. “It’s part of our goal to establish the Languages and Intercultural Communication unit as collaborators within McGill.”


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“We’re not so much focused on the technology as we are on learning, and that’s what’s really new,” says Jean-Paul Remillieux, Director of Instructor Services and Educational Technologies.
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maces-logo Founded in 1985, MACES (the McGill Association of Continuing Education Students) will mark a major milestone in 2015.


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We sat down with some of the School of Continuing Studies’ Directors to ask a question we typically pose to our students: What do you have in mind?
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Andrée Lahaise has had many titles during her 25 years at McGill University: she’s worked for admissions, student residences, human resources, and now serves as building director and administrative assistant for the McGill School of Continuing Studies. But throughout it all she’s enjoyed another position as well: she’s been an artist for the better part of 24 years.
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The McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) held it’s annual holiday reading, performed by Stratford and Shaw Festival actor Barry Baldaro.BarryBaldaro


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Magda and André Trocmé Resistance FiguresNelly Trocmé-Hewett has a story people are clamouring to hear, and the McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) was lucky enough to score a front-row seat.


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BBQIt was standing room only at the MACES’ (McGill Association of Continuing Education Students) welcome-back barbecue.
The MACES Building’s spacious back patio, complemented by free food and drinks and afternoon sunshine, served as the perfect backdrop for new and returning students to mix and mingle.