Beatty Memorial Lectures Series
Welcome to the new Beatty website!
On the following pages, you can learn more about the Beatty Memorial Lecture Series, one of McGill University’s signature annual events. You will also find information on its sister program the Beatty Talks, including how your project can apply for financial support.
A great McGill tradition
Established in 1952, the Beatty Memorial Lecture Series has brought some of the world’s leading thinkers to campus for a high-profile public talk. The presenters also spend time meeting and exchanging ideas in smaller settings with faculty and students.
Keep reading to discover how your McGill department or Faculty can sponsor a lecture. You can also watch, read about, and see the complete list of past events. Learn more >>
Small talks, big ideas
Beatty Talks were created in 1989 as a means of expanding on the Memorial Lecture Series to contribute year-round to the intellectual richness of life at McGill. Through this program, funding is available to assist McGill units in organizing lectures by visiting scholars, scientists, and other individuals of interest to professors, researchers, and students. Learn more >>
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