Radio Noon Montreal | Mar 5, 2013 | 15:21

Suzanne Fortier: McGill's new principal and vice-chancellor

McGill University has elected a new principal. Suzanne Fortier will begin her 5-year term in September. We reached her in Ottawa. Also McGill University has dropped in the rankings. The Times Higher Education released its 2013 World University Rankings this week. Phil Baty is the editor of the rankings and the editor at large for the organization.We reached him in Dubai.

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