Monthly Archives: November 2009

Don’t sell our integrity

By Nikki Bozinoff Published: 11/30/09 In a November 23 interview with The Daily, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum shrugged off the fact that her administration is determined to remove sections of McGill’s research policy that require transparent reporting on all research receiving

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Opt-in Ethics? QPIRG-McGill and Demilitarize McGill Present Student Papers on Militarization and Research Ethics

Version française suivra: SVP faire circuler dans vos réseaux Opt-in Ethics? QPIRG-McGill and Demilitarize McGill Present Student Papers on Militarization and Research Ethics Friday, November 27th Shatner Building 3480 McTavish Clubs Lounge, 4th Floor 5:15 PM Cleve Higgins and Nikki

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Principal talks on military research and tuition

AUDIO OF THE PRINCIPAL ON MILITARY RESEARCH POLICY: The Daily sits down with Heather Munroe-Blum to discuss campus issues By Humera Jabir, published Nov 23 in the McGill Daily In a week of engagement with the student body, Principal and Vice

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La recherche se dérègle à McGill

L’administration de l’Université tente de modifier sa politique de réglementation de la recherche. Alexandre Ruiz de Porras Guédon  Le Délit La question sur la recherche militaire a encore une fois fait débat lors de la réunion du Sénat de l’Université

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CKUT Interview

Nikki Bozinoff from Demilitarize McGill, and SSMU VP University Affairs Rebecca Dooley interviewed on CKUT’s news show “The Friday Morning After” on November 6th, 2009. The interview starts at 12:45 in the audio file below.

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McGill Senate meeting, Nov. 4th 2009

The audio file below is a recording of the McGill Senate discussion of the new Conduct of Research policy. It begins with a presentation of the new policy by VP Research Denis Therien, followed by questions from different senators. Ed.

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McGill removes research regulation

Senators critical of McGill’s stance on military research and anonymous funding By Stephanie Law, published Nov 5, 2009 in the McGill Daily The proposed addition of an anonymity clause and the removal of regulations on military-funded research in McGill’s new Regulations

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