Dr. Luciano García-Lorenzo, CSIC
Recruiting tool for students and employers alike. Students will network with HR recruiters, alumni, managers and other firm representatives. As over 750 students are expected to attend, and 54 firms from all industries will be participating, an additional venue has been added in the Bronfman Bldg. A shuttle bus will operate between the two venues. Open to Management students only from 10 am-1 pm, and to all McGill students from 1 pm-3 pm. Click on "Website" for more information.
Come meet your fellow alumni, reacquaint yourself with old friends, and make new ones.
Dr. Larsson contends that fossils lying undisturbed in the Canadian Arctic contain unique features not found in regions where the climate was more stable. Come meet this dinosaur hunter and find out how his research may shed light on long-term trends in ecosystems related to climate change.
Jason Paiement (PhD Anthropology, McGill) on "The Tiger and the Turbine: Power and Energy in the Naso Territory of Panama"; Rita Isabelle Henderson (PhD Anthropology, Université de Montréal) on "Chavez and the Spectre of Bolivar: Towards a Citizen Anthropology." Refreshments will be served. Open to the public.
Brown Bag Lecture: Jose Abraham, IIS PhD candidate
The Black Students Network of McGill presents a public forum and book launch with Dr. Wanda Thomas-Bernard (Dalhousie University) and Dr. Joy Degruy-Leary (Portland State University). Open to the public at no cost.
Dr. Jürgen Roth, Div. of Cell and Molecular Pathology, Dept of Pathology, University of Zurich
Alumni, family and friends are invited to the 11th lecture of the McGill Society Public Lecture Series. Jeremy Webber, BCL'84, LLB'84, will present "Protecting freedom of religion without the religion? Current debates over religion and government."
Alumni, family and friends are invited to the twelfth lecture in this series. Rosemary Ommer, PhD'79, on "Coasts under stress: The impacts of social and economic restructuring on the East and West coasts of Canada."