Can a 190-year-old university remain relevant in the 21st century?
From blackboards to iPads and beyond, how is technology changing how we teach and how we learn? How do we prepare today’s students to succeed as true global citizens while making a meaningful contribution to issues like poverty, disease, conflict and climate change? What will universities look like in five years, 10 years or 50 years?
Join us at a Passport to the Future event – a unique opportunity for McGill alumni and friends to celebrate the achievements of Campaign McGill and play a constructive role in helping to shape the University’s future.
Each event will feature a panel discussion with experts from the academic, business and technology fields exploring the challenges and opportunities facing universities in the 21st century. The panels will examine some of the key issues transforming teaching and learning and will look at the role that alumni and supporters can play in keeping McGill on the leading edge of knowledge and progress. McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum will deliver a closing address at each event.
Be a part of this important discussion and help shape McGill’s future.