The SEDE Homework Zone program sees McGill students helping to instill good study habits and a love for learning in younger pupils
October 2014 | Montreal Families.ca
by: Kamila Hinkson
Ask university students about what they develop while doing homework, and they will likely respond with "a headache."
A new report from the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) meeting in South Korea says that ocean acidification has risen alarmingly from absorption of CO2 in the atmosphere.
This report says acidification is changing and will dramatically change the ocean ecosystem in years ahead.
Alfonso Mucci is a professor of geochemistry and oceanography in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Oct. 9, 2014 | McGill Reporter
by: Neale McDevitt
Last Thursday was the third annual Community Engagement Day (CED), organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education office (SEDE). From September 29 to October 9, workshops and volunteering opportunities were hosted by forty different organizations based throughout the Montreal community, with the majority of events happening on October 2.
Oct.6, 2014 | The McGill Daily
by: Jill Bachelder
Reuben Hudson (bottom right on the photo) is currnetly a post doctoral fellow at Colby University in Maine, in the group of Jeffrey Katz, where he studies the synthesis of polymers. He secured this summer a large research grant on Green Chemistry with reknown green chemists Sankaran Thayumanavan from UMass-Amherst, Eric Beckman from University of Pittsburgh, and John Warner of the Warner-Babcock Institute, from the Science, Education, and Engineering for Sustainability (SEES) program of the National Science Foundation.
On Oct 9, the Ariya group made a nice surprise to their supervisor. The entire lab baked, decorated, transported and setup over 100 cupcakes to create a periodic table. The colours of the icing were characteristic of whether the element was part of the s block, d block, p blocks or f blocks and the non-metals were also frosted and of the five flavours of cupcakes: butter pecan, double fudge chocolate, red velvet, carrot cake and vanilla were characteristic of the various blocks of the periodic table. Due to lack of time, a few elements were missing, but who wants inert cupcakes anyways!
The new Chair was announced at McGill today by Senator Larry Smith, on behalf of the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology).
This is McGill’s second CERC. The first, Dr. Luda Diatchenko, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Personalized Pain Medicine, was announced in September 2013. With this announcement, there are now 21 chairs in place at 15 universities across the country.
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DEA environmental assessment on U.S. industrial sectors: Investment for improvement in operational and environmental performance to attain corporate sustainability
Authors: Wang, D., Li, S., Sueyoshi, T.
Publication: Energy Economics
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