Sue Harrison is now the person in charge of the French courses for McGill HSS students at McGill French Language Centre (FLC) replacing Hélène Riel-Salvatore, who recently retired from her position. Previously, Sue was part of the winning team behind Dialogue McGill’s Self Study Workbooks.
By Shalor Toncray on January 2, 2018
Two SCSD Ph.D students tied for 2nd place in the Speech Communication Poster Competition at the 174th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, held in New Orleans December 4-8, 2017.
Sarah Colby - for her poster: Inhibitory and lexical frequency effects in younger and older adults’ spoken word recognition
AJ Orena - for his poster: Segmenting words from bilingual speech: evidence from 8- and 10-month-olds
Some scientists argue that baby talk not only helps infants acquire language, it helps parents form a positive emotional bond with their babies, said Linda Polka, a professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at McGill University in Canada.
Article from Med e-News
By Sophia Blankenhorn
Photo: Brooke Wedlock
When CBC Radio’s Metro Morning announced Kanwar Anit Singh Saini, MSc(A)’11, as a nominee for ‘Torontonian of the year’ in 2016, it came as a “huge surprise” to Saini.
Perhaps it shouldn’t have.
Since moving to Toronto from his native Montreal, Kanwar Anit Singh Saini, MSc(A)’11, a speech language pathologist (SLP), has found many novel ways to give back to his community.
There is the volunteer work he undertook to ease the transition for newly arrived Syrian refugees.
Doctoral student Adriel John (AJ) Orena wins the Raymond H. Stetson Scholarship in Phonetics and Speech Science
This award was established through a grant to the Acoustical Society Foundation in 1998 to honor the memory of Professor Raymond H. Stetson, a pioneer investigator in phonetics and speech science. The purpose of the scholarship is to facilitate the research efforts of promising graduate students.
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Congratulations to the winners of the Office 365 Portal Photo Contest!
The 3 photos that received the highest ratings were:
- Redpath Museum lit up at night in the snow, submitted by Vahid Ghorbanian
- Arts building with colorful trees and bikes in front, submitted by Hamed Rafezi
- Arts building with leaves on the ground, submitted by Reza Tadayon
These 7 photos receive honorable mentions:
IT Services is looking to enhance our Office 365 portal login page with McGill campus-life photos.
The Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com)
<< shown here, is where hundreds of McGill people sign in daily to access email via Outlook on the web, OneDrive file storage, Yammer, Video @ McGill, and other free services for McGill students, faculty and staff.
What better way to showcase your talent and attract recognition from the whole McGill community?