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Paid Summer Research Opportunity in Montreal / Washington DC

We are proud to announce that the Institute for the Study of International Development is teaming up with the Inter-American Development Bank and Google to develop a new executive education program, “Real Development, a Good Business Strategy? Closing the Gap.” As part of this project, we are commissioning original case studies written by McGill graduate students.
 

Published: 28Apr2016

Congratulations Class of 2016

We would like to send you our warmest regards on behalf of the all the staff at Career Planning Service (CaPS) downtown and Macdonald campus offices.  Your hard work, dedication and perseverance have paid off; you should be very proud of your accomplishments.  Many doors will be opening for you as you take the next steps in your career. If you are unsure about which step to take first, McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) is available to help.

Published: 27Apr2016

Fulbright Chair in International Development Studies Award

Award 7462
Research Chairs in
Globalization and Development

The Chair is intended to contribute to the reinvigoration of research relating to international
development at McGill. The proposed Chair’s research is open to all regions but grouped
under the Institute’s one overarching theme: democracy and democratization. Within that
perspective, the proposed Chair should work within one of the following research clusters:
economic development; states and state-building; and social pluralism and civil society.

Published: 18Apr2016

What can I do with a BA in English?

MARCH 11, 4-7PM ARTS 160

Five McGill graduates talk about how their education helped them in their careers: 

Anna Asimakopulos, former longtime TV arts reporter and News Assignment Editor for CBC Montreal

Amahl Hazelton, 2005-2009 Lead Project Manager, Quartier des spectacles Partnership; Urban Strategist--Moment Factory  

Declan Rankin Jardin, co-founder and Chief Beekeeper, Aleveole Urban Beekeeping and Honey Company

Published: 7Mar2016

INFORMATION SESSION about the Honours Program in English

Come to either of the sessions below and find out:

- How to apply
- How to plan for it
- What Honours offers
- What the Honours Essay entails § Whether Honours is for you

- THUR., March 10 - 3:35 - 4:25 - in Arts W-220

- MON., March 14 - 12:35 - 1:15 - in Arts 160

Students now completing the Program will share their experiences and answer your questions.
Professor Monica Popescu, Director of the Honours Program, will introduce the program requirements.

Published: 7Mar2016

Call for Participants extended to Feb. 23

Master Class with 2boys.tv, March 16-18, 2016 

Published: 17Feb2016

An International Development Studies student as McGill's newest Rhodes Scholar

ISID congratulates International Development Studies honour student Kazumi Hoshini-Macdonald, McGill’s newest Rhodes Scholar.  Read the full story.

Published: 27Nov2015

Launch of UNEP Guide on Natural Resources and Conflicts

United Nations Publication Launch: Natural Resources and Conflict: A Guide for Mediation Practitioners

McGill's Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) are pleased to co-sponsor the Canadian launch of the United Nations' new publication, 'Natural Resources and Conflict: A Guide to Mediation Practitioners'. The event will take place on 26 November 2015, from 17:00 to 19:30, at the Faculty Club of McGill University, 3450 McTavish Street, Montréal.

Published: 25Nov2015

Course Evaluations matter... evaluate your courses! [Default Period]

21Mar2016
to
1May2016

MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until May 1 for units following the default period (or until April 17 for units following the condensed period).

Husband-Killing in Chicago and the New Unwritten Law

12Nov201517:00
to
19:00
New Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel Street, Room 312, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W9, CA

Between 1866 and 1931, over 250 women in Chicago killed their partners, but all-male coroner’s juries, grand juries and petit juries exonerated most women under a "new unwritten law".

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