La Presse honours Professor Yoshua Bengio and graduates David St-Jacques and Andrée-Lise Méthot among its six personalities of the year.
With a solid academic record and wide community involvement, Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert gains free access to pursue a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Université de Montréal obtains a certification that attests to its commitment to source sustainable fish for the meals it serves on campus.
For years, the old Outremont Train Yard was a long scar on Montréal’s urban landscape. Now a new neighbourhood is taking shape there, centred around the Université de Montréal’s new MIL Campus.
The famous Congolese gynecologist – renowned for treating wartime survivors of rape – comes to the School of Public Health, agrees to exchanges and training programs, and is awarded an honorary PhD.
On a field trip for the CERIUM summer school, Thomas Mulcair, Sara Teitelbaum and a delegation of UdeM students visited the Montérégie wind farm and the Mohawk community of Kahnawà:ke.
A new ranking puts UdeM 1st in Canada in several categories and 7th in the world overall for trying to meet the sustainable-development goals of the United Nations.
$1.6 million over six years will help train over 100 Canadian professionals on machine learning in quantitative finance.
A new research chair on the grieving process has been set up at UdeM's School of Social Work thanks to a donation from Quebec's Monbourquette Foundation.
Now in their ninth year, Quacquarelli Symonds’ World University Rankings by Subject focuses on 48 academic disciplines. UdeM ranked in 39 of them.