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Exhibition: Treasures from the McGill Library Ottoman Manuscripts Collection

24Jul2017
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31Jan2018

Established in Anatolia in the 13th century, the Ottoman Empire progressively expanded its domination to the Balkans, parts of Southeast and Central Europe, Western Asia, the Caucasus, and North...

Welcome Back BBQ & Info Day

6Sep201711:30
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The Welcome Back BBQ & Info Day for undergraduate students! This event is in collaboration with the Education Undergraduate Societies (EdUS, SAPEK & MEdUSA)./isaCategory: Faculty of...

Victoria Talwar is winner of David Thomson Award for Graduate Supervision and Teaching

Published: 24Jul2017

Victoria Talwar, Professor with our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, has been named the winner of the 2017 David Thomson Award for Graduate Supervision and Teaching. The award...

Nursing Simulation Workshops and Conference with Dr. Mary Beth Mancini, Flanders Family Visiting Professor in Medical Simulation

13Sep201708:30
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Professor Mary Beth Mancini is Senior Associate Dean for Education Innovation, and Chair for Undergraduate Nursing Programs at the College of Nursing and Health Inno/medsimcentreCategory: Medicine...

Fear, fearlessness and animal extinction

Published: 24Jul2017

Too much fear can be dangerous for species’ survival. In fact, fear alone, even in the absence of a live predator, can lead to species’ extinction if the population size is small enough suggests a...

Simulation Workshop with Dr. Mary Beth Mancini, Flanders Family Visiting Professor in Medical Simulation

14Sep201709:00
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Professor Mary Beth Mancini is Senior Associate Dean for Education Innovation, and Chair for Undergraduate Nursing Programs at the College of Nursing and Health Inno/medsimcentreCategory: Medicine...

Bruce Shore receives WCGTC's International Award for Research

Published: 24Jul2017

Professor Bruce Shore has received the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children's (WCGTC) 2017 International Award for Research.

Canada letter: Summer advice from librarians, American friends

Published: 24Jul2017

For summer, in what is perhaps not a widely shared taste, I prefer thick biographies. This weekend I’ll be cracking open the 863 pages of “Marconi: The Man Who Networked The World,” a detailed look...

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