UdeM’s new Chancellor, entrepreneur Frantz Saintellemy, wants to reach out to young people.
Eight Université de Montréal professors are elected Fellows of the RSC, while three others will join the RSC’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
Back-to-school vaccination clinics will be open to all at the Laval and Montréal campuses.
New UNESCO Chair Shin Koseki is passionate about politics, social justice and sustainable development. He plans to step up efforts aimed at improving quality of life.
The university has adopted an ambitious strategic plan for sustainable development that defines new priorities and actions for the coming years.
Thanks to its continuing initiatives in sustainable development, the university ranks favourably with others around the world.
The British-Canadian economist and former Bank of Canada and Bank of England governor addressed over 1,350 attendees in a video call from London to the Université de Montréal community.
Under the new policy, UdeM is committed to making scholarly publications by members of the University community accessible to all.
The University Council has appointed Michael Pecho Vice-Rector of Alumni and Philanthropic Relations.
The green corridor connecting Mount Royal to other green spaces in the city was recognized for its innovation at the Gala du Conseil régional de l’environnement de Montréal.