Application deadline to the Faculty of Medicine for CEGEP applicants to the MED-P program. All supporting documents must be postmarked by this date and received within seven days.
Poet, essayist, critic, editor, journalist and translator Nancy Morejón, one of the most important Caribbean female voices today, will speak on "Poética de los altares."
The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, McGill-Queen's University Press and Wilfrid Laurier University Press are pleased to invite you to the launch of two new publications dealing with urban culture and transnational cultural studies in Canada: "Urban Enigmas: Montreal, Toronto, and the Problem of Comparing Cities," ed. Johanne Sloan (Concordia University), pub. McGill-Queen's University Press; "Diasporic Pasts and Futures: Transnational Cultural Studies in Canada," special issue of the journal Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, ed. Jenny Burman (McGill University), pub. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
This screening is in preparation for Dr. Kai Sicks' discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 18 (same room), entitled "Siegfried Returns: Concepts of Salvation in Leni Riefenstahl's Tiefland (1954)." The lecture is co-sponsored by the McGill Research Group in European Film.
Dr. Kai Sicks will deliver this lecture, cosponsored by the German Dept and the McGill Research Group in European Film. In preparation for Dr. Sicks' talk, there will also be a screening of Tiefland on Friday, Sept. 14, at 3 pm in room 1025.
The Macdonald Research Office is sponsoring a Research Ethics and Conduct Symposium. Session I will cover a General Overview (Paula Ribeiro, Parasitology), the Ethics of Human Subject Research (Matthew Hunt, McGill Biomedical Ethics Unit) and Ethics for Research with Indigenous Peoples (Harriet V. Kuhnlein, CINE).
The Macdonald Research Office is sponsoring a Research Ethics and Conduct Symposium. Session II will cover a General Overview (Suha Jabaji, Associate Dean, Research - Macdonald), Animal Research Ethics and Conduct (Linda Wykes, Dietetics and Human Nutrition), Laboratory Research Ethics, Conduct and Safety: Biohazards and Biosafety (Elizabeth St-Louis, McGill Environmental Health and Safety), and Environmental Assessment Issues (Mark Curtis, Natural Resource Sciences)
"The Role of the University in Society: Are universities meant to be compliant or transformative?" by Shree Mulay, MSc'66, PhD'69, professor in McGill University's Dept of Medicine and on staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital. This event is coordinated in partnership with the Concordia University Alumni Association and the University of the Streets Café. For more information on their extensive programming, visit univcafe.concordia.ca/html/home.html.
The Quebec Intercultural Storytelling Festival (see website below), in partnership with MCRTW and Montreal Matters presents stories about women and the earth with Taqralik Partridge from Nunavik and Louise Profeit-Leblanc from the Yukon.
First session in the Fall 2007 series of Women and Leadership workshops. Through interactive exercises, discussions and action plans, this workshop explores warning signs in dating relationships that may lead to serious violence.