Laurence Deschamps-Laporte is among the 50 most influential people in Canadian foreign policy, according to a list compiled by The Hill Times.
As a practicing psychoeducator with a PhD, Karine Gagné doesn’t want to simply pass on knowledge to her students. She also wants to give them the mindset and skills needed to practice the profession.
As a person with a visual impairment, Nathalie Gingras-Royer brought a unique perspective to developing an app to help visually impaired people during her MITACS internship at VMware.
A UdeM-led consortium has received a major grant from the Canada Biomedical Research Fund to strengthen the life sciences discovery and innovation ecosystem.
The CEPSUM is getting ready to welcome the best women’s university hockey players in Canada, including UdeM’s Carabin – an ideal opportunity to discover a rapidly evolving sport.
Newly appointed flm professor Santiago Hidalgo is studying how cinema can be used in a therapeutic setting, especially for children and people suffering from dementia.
After a major overhaul, UdeM's bachelor's program in film is now the bachelor's program in film and media arts
Thanks to a $1 million donation from TD Bank Group, a new program is being launched to support children with complex epilepsy in their move toward adult care.
Meet the Faculty of Dentistry's newest assistant professor.
UdeM biologists develop new statistical models to speed up the process of estimating leaf traits across plants from a broad range of landscapes, making it easier to monitor changes in biodiversity.