Science and technology confront us with some of the most challenging and unprecedented ethical questions in the world today -- issues encompassing what it means to be human, how we relate to others and our world, and how we find meaning in life. In the 2006 Massey Lectures, "The Ethical Imagination," Margaret Somerville discusses how we can find a shared ethics for an interdependent world.
Guest of honour and lecturer: Ian Ferguson, an award-winning playwright ("Elephant Shoes," "Uncle Joe Again" and "The Daughters of Judy LaMarsh") and humorist who has written extensively for radio and television. In 2004 he won the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour for his book "Village of the Small Houses: A Memoir of Sorts."
Looking beyond the 25th anniversary of the Charter, this conference brings together stakeholders, academics and policy-makers in a unique "cerebration" of the impact of the Charter, from citizenship and democracy, to issues of equality, security and judicial review in Canada.
Come and enjoy homemade baked goods at the HR/ISR/Cont Ed bake sale; all to the benefit of Centraide.
Join Dean Peter Todd for an interactive breakfast along with Professors Alain Pinsonneault and Karl Moore to celebrate Homecoming and 100 years of management education at McGill. Hear more about the ambitious renewal agenda and how a culture of continuous change is being created for our future business leaders. RSVP by October 16.
The role of active zone geometry in neurotransmitter release: A Monte Carlo study of presynaptic calcium diffusion and calcium sensor interactions
Dr. Vahid Shahrezaei, Physiology, McGill
Séminaire des étudiants des cycles supérieurs : Baptiste Chantraine, UQAM.
McGill & Concordia Analysis Seminar: Steve Zelditch, Johns Hopkins
CTRC Seminar: Jose Gil-Ferez
Analysis Seminar: Der-Chen Chang, Georgetown