The program's purpose is to help create a campus free of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender expression. McGill staff, faculty and student leaders (both queer and straight) will be encouraged to complete a 2-hour interactive workshop that provides education around LGBTIQ issues. Concepts such as homophobia, transphobia and heterosexism will be discussed.
Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar: S. Friedberg
Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar: M. Harris, Jussieu
Stephen Wallace, Vice-President, Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency
The Faculty of Law will formally announce the establishment of the Hans and Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law, and pay tribute to Dr. Tamar Oppenheimer. McGill Provost Anthony Masi and Ann Dowsett Johnston, VP (Development, Alumni and University Relations), will also be on hand. With the event, an exhibit highlighting McGill's distinguished and lasting contributions to international law and diplomacy will be held in the Nahum Gelber Law Library. RSVP only.
Come join your fellow young alumni for an evening of jazz, socializing and cocktails. Experience the Schulich School of Music Jazz Ensemble, directed by Ron Di Lauro, and get reconnected with your McGill roots. Cocktails 6 to 7:45 pm, concert 8 pm.
The authority to speak? Contesting and building expertise in the Boliva water sector: A gender perspective
Respiration and allochthonous carbon transformation in Quebec lakes: Implications for the carbon budget of the landscape
Dr. Yves Prairie, Département des sciences biologiques, UQAM
Dr. Robie W. Macdonald, Institute of Ocean Sciences, DFO
Do biological, chemical or physical constraints limit trace metal bioaccumulation by microorganisms?
Dr. Kevin Wilkinson, Dept of Chemistry, Université de Montréal