Giving Back to Mac- The impact of collective giving

Did you know that, because of the collective giving/annual fund support of our alumni, we have been able to endow scholarships and fellowships, upgrade labs by purchasing much needed equipment, and build new facilities such as the Food and Nutrition Laboratories and the Library and Learning Centre? [Read more…]

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2020 Virtual Scholastic Awards

The 2020 virtual Scholastic Awards reception held November 10th recognized more than 150 outstanding Macdonald students. [Read more…]

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The current challenges for graduate students

Ian Strachan, Associate Dean (Graduate Education), AES Graduate school is a time of self-exploration and personal growth. You meet new and lifelong colleagues and friends, and you immerse yourself in the academically rich environment that McGill offers. Master’s and doctoral students are with us for but a brief period of, say, 2–5 years. Having a full year taken away is an incredibly stressful interruption to their life plans. [Read more…] [Lire…]

Macdonald Campus: Working together toward a sustainable future

The Macdonald Campus Community has long been supportive of environmentally conscious practices, always proving itself eager to propose and adopt progressive solutions to help ensure society’s present needs are met without compromising the resources needed to sustain future generations. The Campus stewards extensive ecological resources in the region, but is aware of the importance of continuously improving the campus’ ecological footprint. [Read more…] [Lire…]

Why I am leaving a bequest to Mac

Dr Karen Lapsley McGill’s Macdonald Campus has a reputation for being a tight-knit community, and over the course of her career in Food Science, Dr. Karen Lapsley, BSc(FSc)’74, discovered just how vast that tight-knit community is. [Read more…] [Lire…]

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