Programs archive

Covid-19 and the Black lives Movement

Surveying Quebec English speaking Black young adults to understand their well-being at the intersection of Covid-19 and the Black Lives Movement.

Colors of Covid

Race-based data on Covid-19 allows government to respond equitably to its citizens

More Than Words

Mentoring people facing gender and sexual based violence

McGill Particle Physics Masterclass

The McGill Particle Physics Masterclass introduces students to a day in the life of a particle physicist.

Habitat

Partnering with government and non-profit organizations to protect ecosystems from climate change.
Medical students

CHASM Incubator

Students using an incubator model to solve targeted health problems in the community.

BrainReach North

An online science education resource designed to bring fun, accessible neuroscience learning activities to teachers and students in remote communities.

McGill Bird Observatory

The McGill Bird Observatory welcomes volunteers to help monitor much-loved local bird species at the beautiful Stoneycroft Wildlife Area.

#LawNeedsFeminismBecause

#LawNeedsFeminismBecause is a student-driven initiative that gathers stories through digital mediato create a first-hand narrative of why law needs feminism.

Elimu Community Library Online Tutoring Program

Together with the Elimu Community Library in Kenya, McGill University students provide online tutoring to high school students in Kirinyaga.

Eagle Spirit Camp

Through Eagle Spirit camp, McGill students create a university experience for Indigenous youth to help them discover options for their academic advancement and future careers.

Kibale Project

The Kibale Project saves Ugandan children’s lives by treating and preventing disease, and breaks down barriers between local communities and conservation efforts.