Amy Felty, University of Ottawa
Dr. Bernd Kortländer, Assistant Director, Heinrich Heine Institute, and a leading international authority on Heinrich Heine. All are welcome.
Melani Cammett, Kutayba Alghanim Assistant Professor of Political Economy, Brown University, and Academy Scholar, Weatherhead Center, Harvard
Talking circle organized by Aboriginal Law Association at McGill. Participants: Violet Ford (VP, Inuit Circumpolar Conference) and researchers from Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Avataq, the Nunavik Inuit Cultural Research Centre, the McGill Dept of Political Science and the McGill Faculty of Law. Please RSVP to sign up for participation in the talking circle during the universal break; 20 spots available. First come, first served! If your seat is secured, a confirmation email will follow.
Public lecture: "Free Speech in a Global Era." John Durham Peters is the F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor of Communication Studies, University of Iowa, and author of "Speaking into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication" (Chicago, 1999) and "Courting the Abyss: Free Speech and the Liberal Tradition" (Chicago, 2005).
Guy Lachapelle, Dept of Political Science, Concordia University. The "Theory and the Emergence of Law" seminar series is a collaborative effort between the Faculties of Law of McGill and Université de Montréal, designed to facilitate dialogue between graduate students and colleagues, and to foster transdisciplinary research. Commentator: Prof. Pierre Noreau, U de M.
Presented by the Desautels Faculty of Management's McGill Health Management Consortium and the Public Health Agency of Canada. March 29, 8:30 am-4:30 pm; March 30, 9 am-12 pm.
Hosted by McGill Net Impact Group and CEI-IEC; open to all MBA students from Concordia, HEC and McGill. Keynote speaker: Dagmar Timmer, International Institute for Sustainable Development. Meet with CSR professionals from organizations including Hydro-Québec, Alcan, Accenture, Deloitte and MBAs Without Borders.
BCom students from the Desautels Faculty of Management host the 7th Annual McGill Management International Case Competition (MMICC). Twelve teams will be competing, including students from Georgetown University, Hong Kong University and the University of Auckland. For complete details on participants, sponsors and event schedule, please see website (below). Case presentations take place March 24.
Everyone can say "Kiss me, I'm Irish" on St. Patrick's Day! Join us for some Celtic sounds and specials at Thomson House. For PGSS members & their guests. No ticket required, just bring your grad or postdoc ID!