Downtown shuttle bus stop is moving

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Starting Monday, Jan. 16, the inter-campus shuttle bus will stop at the southwest corner of President Kennedy and McGill College avenues (between Mansfield St. and McGill College Ave.)

Intellectual Property policy gets a makeover

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McGill’s Policy on Intellectual Property has been revised and updated for the first time since 2001. The new IP policy is more clearly articulated and nimbler than the previous iteration, and it is designed to be useful and accessible to inventors across disciplines.

Ushering in a bold new era for open science

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The new Tanenbaum Open Science Institute, created thanks to a $20 million gift from the Larry and Judy Tanenbaum family, will be a catalyst for the Montreal Neurological Institute’s daring open science initiatives

Nine professors promoted

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During its meeting of December 1, 2016, the McGill Board of Governors approved the promotion of four associate professors in the Faculty of Arts, four associate professors in the Faculty of Science, and one associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering, to the rank of full professor.

Update on undergraduate medical education accreditation

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Dr. David Eidelman, Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine updates people on the undergraduate medical education accreditation.

Remembering a beloved Dean

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Ellen Aitken passed away suddenly in 2014. But the legacy of the much-admired Dean of the Faculty of Religious Studies will live on in perpetuity through the recently inaugurated Ellen Bradshaw Aitken Graduate Fellowships.

Fall semester final exams

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Everything you need to know about the Fall semester final exams (Dec. 7 to Dec. 20)

Safe zone for completing online transactions

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Security Services has launched a new Online Exchange Zone at McGill in an effort to make online transactions safer for buyers and sellers.

McGill remembers Polytechnique victims

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McGill will commemorate the Ecole Polytechnique massacre at the Université de Montreal, in which 14 women were murdered on Dec. 6, 1989, and another 14 injured. McGill’s flags will be set at half staff on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and a memorial service will be held at Birks Chapel (3520 University Street, 2nd floor) beginning at 5 p.m.

Board to test a form of Question Period

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McGill’s Board of Governors has decided to take a significant step toward greater openness and transparency by agreeing to include a 20-minute period at two of its five meetings that take place in the course of the academic year.