Panel with Mr. Mark Arnold, Canadian Lawyer for the Palestinian Village of Bil'in, as well as Prof. Michael Lynk, Mr. Steve Hibbard, Mr. Adam Hanieh, Mr. Thomas Woodley, and Ms. Shourideh Molavi. A Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) organization event hosted by the Arab Law Students Association of McGill.
University Shows Steady Progress In Sustainability Evaluation
ALS Press Conference: Recent discoveries to be presented at the 4th Annual Fondation André-Delambre Symposium
On September 25th and 26th, the Montreal Neurological Institute will host the 4th Annual ALS Symposium of the Fondation André-Delambre. Nearly one hundred researchers and clinicians from seven countries will come together to discuss recent progress in ALS research and treatment.
With the federal election called for October 14, we suggest the following sources for your reports on the upcoming campaign:
Attitudes about physics and how they impact and are impacted by instruction
McGill University School of Physical and Occupational Therapy is seeking an Occupational Therapist for a one-year maternity leave replacement, beginning Jan.1, 2009. This full-time faculty lecturer position will be comprised of three (3) days per week as Assistant Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and a further two (2) days per week teaching within the musculoskeletal curriculum.
Cutting Edge Lecture in Science by Dr. Damon Matthews (Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University)
CSECS Conference 2008 - The Eighteenth Century: Influence of the Past, Presence of the Future
Professor Chandra Madramootoo will speak on "The Developing World Food Crisis"
Breaking the silence: International conference on the Indian Residential Schools Commission of Canada
This bilingual public event, being held at Université de Montréal, is a joint initiative of the Commission, the Centre for Research on Ethics of Université de Montréal (CRÉUM) and the Centre on Values and Ethics (COVE) of Carleton University.