After a 10-month consultation process, law professor Daniel Jutras is chosen as the new head of the university. He will begin his five-year term on June 1.
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.
Three years after the first shovelful of earth was turned, the Science Complex at the MIL Campus welcomes the university community.
Université de Montréal placed 85th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which evaluates 1,400 of the approximately 19,000 universities around the world.
He thought his destiny was to do humanitarian work abroad, but now the young Innu from Pessamit is UdeM's new aboriginal student liaison officer.
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.