Gabrielle Goyet receives the Sami-Aoun Medal – Information

Gabrielle GoyetPhoto: UdeS – Michel Caron Since 2021, the School of Applied Politics of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences (FLSH) has awarded a student who places coexistence at the center of their actions and their daily lives. The Sami-Aoun Medal, an initiative of the vice-chancellor of development and international affairs Pre Isabelle Lacroix, … Read more

4 Mundiapolis College groups ranked within the Prime 10

Mundiapolis University was once again awarded for the quality of its commitment to research and innovation, 4 teams of students from the Mundiapolis University School of Engineering occupy 4 places in the Top 10 of the finalists of the international competition NXP Cup 2022. The NXP Cup is an annual competition spanning the Europe/Middle East/Africa … Read more

The primary summer time college that mixes artwork and well being is born at UdeM

Natalie Bondil Credit: Max Abadian Can the arts help improve people’s health and well-being? Absolutely, complete different studies. Based on her compelling results, museologist and curator Nathalie Bondil wants to promote the “vision of a museum that does good” and bring museotherapy into the practices of healthcare professionals. In her role as a sage at … Read more

C3N assembly: constructing bridges round digital

Bringing together around forty people from the Université de Montréal (faculty, postgraduate student community and staff), the Carrefour en culture et création numérique (C3N) meeting, which took place on May 16 at the Lionel-Groulx pavilion, was intended to be a sharing opportunity about digital technology within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) at UdeM. … Read more

accused of rape, professor approved by the court docket to return to instructing on the college

Two students and a teacher filed a rape complaint against him. Accused in 2017, justice authorized him to return to his establishment, generating controversy. It’s a controversial decision that the Rennes Court of Appeal handed down last month. A professor at the University of Rennes 2 was indicted in 2017 for “rape” after three complaints … Read more

Karine Millaire: working for reconciliation

A member of the Wendat nation of Wendake, Karine Millaire grew up in Quebec. The first of her family on university benches, she has always sought to recognize and correct injustices, and to understand the legal systems in which we live in order to improve them. “From a very young age, I was sensitive to … Read more

A Particular Counselor to Benedict Mathurin

Jennifer Mathurin, Bennedict’s older sister, could hardly be in a better position to guide her younger brother to NBA heights. “My older sister guided me to be successful, she did a lot of things to help me have confidence,” admits the Quebecois who will logically be called up in the first round, Thursday, at the … Read more