Women in Academe

Suzanne Fortier speaking from behind a podium On Campus

Celebrating Suzanne

Suzanne Fortier, BSc’72, PhD’76, recently stepped down after serving as McGill’s principal for nine years. Some of her closest colleagues, along with peers from other universities, assessed her contributions to the University. “I believe this has been one of the most dynamic periods in [McGill’s] history.”

On Campus

“I will forever be grateful”

In a recent Q&A, McGill's former principal Suzanne Fortier discusses the New Vic Project, the importance of encouraging different types of learning, and what she was feeling the first time she crossed through the Roddick Gates as McGill's new principal.

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