biology, chemistry, physics and math, including MATH 122 and MATH 123 for newly-admitted Management students. See "Links" for more details.
IDs at the Trottier Building Cafeteria from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Including Saturday, August 23 and Sunday, August 24
Dr. Arthur T. Porter, Director General and CEO of the McGill University Health Centre, congratulates the MUHC Cancer Care Mission on the exceptional accreditation ratings it earned from Quebec’s Direction de la lutte contre le cancer.
The Library has secured a one month trial of the new World Bank database Africa Development Indicators (ADI) Online. This database provides the most comprehensive collection of data on Africa available.
AGSEM, the union representing striking teaching assistants, has reported a vote of 96 per cent in favour of accepting a new collective agreement with McGill.
The Subcommittee on Environment, working group of the Senate Committee on Physical Development, meets monthly to discuss ongoing environmental projects at McGill. Observers welcome; RSVP to email below.
Neurosurgical Fellows Day and William Feindel Lecture
A six-storey-high telescope at the South Pole could help unravel how the Universe evolved through its mid-life period. Matt Dobbs, a young cosmologist who has gone to the ends of the Earth to understand the mid-life evolution of the universe, is part of a seven university group that built, and is now operating, the largest-ever telescope at the South Pole.
Third edition of MUHC Men’s Health Weekend raises awareness about male reproduction and other health issues for men at Carrefour Angrignon June 13 & 14, 2008