May 12, 2005

May 12, 2005 McGill University

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May 12, 2005 - Volume 37 Number 16
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Civil Engineering course in surveying.

Owen Egan

Every spring McGill faces a crop of strange three-legged objects popping up all over campus, which soon spread up the mountain, surrounded by squinting students. Sounds like a plot summary from Day of the Triffids, but these are benevolent invaders, part of the coursework for the Civil Engineering course in surveying. Here, Étienne Devost and Patrick Lussier check out the angles on the mountain while Rita Menneh and Julia Makino do the same in the background.

New dean plans to engineer a bright future

Dean elect of the Faculty of Engineering Christophe Pierre sees that the profession of engineering is changing, and McGill's faculty is ideally positioned to benefit.

Work rules change for int'l students

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has relaxed the rules that prohibited international students from getting off-campus jobs. Visa regulations were changed as well.

AEISEC's practical idealism

The Canadian branches of the international science and commerce student organization AIESEC held their national conference at McGill. On the table were discussions about networking, internships and working with the corporate world for international development.

Building to a crescendo

The first tenants of the new music building are only just moving in now, but excitement is building for the facility that will add eight floors, a 200-seat recital hall, a new home for the Music Library and specialized production and research labs.

Did you hear the one about the architecture professor?
Leacock luncheons taking off across the country

Following in the funny footsteps of Stephen Leacock, Architecture professor Derek Drummond is bringing the funny across the country.

Senate: Librarians and tenure

The last Senate meeting tackled academic amnesty, library staff and introduced a new set of regulations to govern the tenure process.

In Focus

For Eric Champagne, McGill's first horticulturalist, campus is a giant garden and home to a staggering variety of different plant species. A recent symposium at the McGill School of Environment indicates that reports of the Green movement's demise may have been exaggerated.


2005 Prix d'Excellence awards.

McGill Matters

Reminders for this summer.

Entre Nous with John Gruzleski

The Task Force on Campus Planning will help McGill shape its physical side.

Around campus

MNI hosts a talk to raise money for Doctors Without Borders, Rethink McGill wants your old and obsolete equipment, Urban Planning hosts a conference on making a tasty city, and the MSE meets with the UN on biodiversity.

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