Dr. David Eidelman
Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of Medicine, McGill University
Dr. Susan Law
VP, Academic Affairs, St. Mary’s Hospital Center
Doctoral candidate Bethany Hastie will be presenting her thesis entitled “Migrant labour and the making of unfreedom: how the law facilitates exclusion and exploitation under Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Programs”, which was
Research Seminar: Youth protection in insular religious communities: A study on 5 groups in Quebec by Dr. Lorraine Derocher
Lorraine Derocher, post doctoral fellow at the Centre for Research on Children and Families, presents Youth protection in insular religious communities: A study on 5 groups in Quebec.
Correcting for Misspecification in Parameter Dynamics to Improve Forecast Accuracy with Adaptively Estimated Models
Authors: Ceren Kolsarici and Demetrios Vakratsas
Publication: Management Science
Research Seminar: Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia by Pr. Shelly Johnson
Shelly Johnson, faculty at the University of British Columbia School of Social Work, presents Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia.
A monthly discussion group of graduate students, faculty and researchers as well as professionals from university affiliated organizations.
Spinning in circles on data analysis? Comparing several models/analytical strategies and not sure which one to use? Curious about the critiques you might receive from reviewers?
The Faculty of Education’s OFFERING office recently hosted Rebecca Reich, Business Development Officer of Mitacs Canada.
Mitacs Canada is a national non-profit research organization that funds research and training programs by building partnerships between universities and industry, across the country and internationally.
Research Watch, a periodical review of research articles published in the leading child welfare journals, is a joint initiative of the Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal (CWRP) and the CRCF.
Please be advised that the planned renovation of EDUC-129, the Jack Cram Auditorium, begins April 22nd, 2015.
Facilities, Operations and Development (FOD) have mandated AGL Construction to carry out the construction project, projected to be completed by August 2015.