Deadline to request deferral of Fall term admission to McGill for all undergraduate faculties (excluding Medicine, Dentistry, Law and Music)...
Further information about Medicine deferrals is available at website (below).
Registered students in 2005-2006 who have completed the residency in a thesis program and who submit their theses to GPSO (Thesis Office) on or before this date...
are not required to register for the 2006-2007 academic year. Students who have already registered for the year must ask the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office, in writing, to delete their registration at the time of their thesis submission, by completing the "Request to Cancel Graduating Program Registration" form on the website (below). NOTE: Students should not expect to graduate in Fall 2006, but must graduate by Fall 2007 (at the latest), otherwise, they must be reinstated and will be charged retroactive registration fees for all unregistered sessions up to and including the term in which they graduate.
Refer to "Welcome to McGill" book and website (below) for specific dates.
A collaboration between the Faculties of Medicine and Management.
Lessons in Living from the Dying series: Dr. Gerri Frager, Dept of Pediatrics, Dalhousie University, and Palliative Care Service, IWK Health Centre, Halifax. All welcome.
Serge Fortin, dir. gén., and four of CÉROM's research scientists will present an overview of CÉROM and its research projects. Everyone is welcome.
Karen Armstrong book launch: 'The Great Transformation - The Beginnings of Our Religious Traditions'
Question and answer session with religious scholar and author Karen Armstrong. Opening remarks and introduction: Patricia G. Kirkpatrick, Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill. This is a free but ticketed event: maximum 4 tickets/person may be picked up at McGill Bookstore Special Order Desk (3420 McTavish, 3rd floor), or call 514-398-3657 during regular business hours. Presentation made possible through the generosity of the Beatty Memorial Lectures Committee.