McGill receives $15M gift for School of Environment

October 16, 2020

McGill University’s School of Environment has received $15M from alumnus Marc Bieler for the advancement of environmental research and scholarship. The funding will focus on initiatives and projects related to students and academic programming, interdisciplinary research, and engagement and experiential learning. “Environmental sustainability is one of the great challenges of our time, and McGill’s students, researchers and administrators are committed to playing a leading role in addressing this challenge from a variety of approaches,” said Suzanne Fortier, Principal of McGill. “With this transformative gift, the Bieler School of Environment will be well positioned to translate new knowledge into solutions that will have a real and lasting impact on our world for generations to come.” McGill | Montreal Gazette (QC)