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MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until December 23 for units following the default period (or until December 7 for units following the condensed period)....
Trace, late 14th century, “to make a plan or diagram”, from Old French, 12th century, trasser “delineate, score, trace, follow, pursue”....
Jeehee Hong, Syracuse University
In Collaboration with Alumni, CaPS, SSMU & PGSS:...
Phil Buckley, Department of Philosophy
On Friday January 26th, 2018 McGill Psychology Department will host Dr. Steven Hollon, who will deliver a Hebb Lecture of interest to many members of the University.
Main Lecture will take place at 3:30pm. Location: McMed 504. Free admission.
Reception will follow the lecture in McIntyre Medical Building (MCMED): 6th floor lobby. Everyone is welcome!...
AFTER YOUR BA, WHAT NEXT?
Come to Work Your BA events to explore, learn about options and different paths, and gain ideas, information, inspiration, motivation and advice! Organized by McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) and the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS)....
Lorenz Luthi (McGill University): “The Meaning of the Tet Offensive” (Library Lecture) Public lecture given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive in Vietnam
The Vietnam War divides American society until today. Fifty years after the iconic Tet Offensive that changed the war, historians are able to reflect on its larger meaning for Vietnamese and global history. What motivated the Vietnamese Communists to start the offensive? How did it affect the country? And how did the world react it?
The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents:Measuring Immigration Policies and their Effects Marc Helbling (University of Bamberg)
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Dr. Christopher Byrne
The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents:Affluence and congruence Noam Lupu (Vanderbilt University)
You can learn more about Professor Lupu by clicking here...