Lizabeth M. Romanski, PhD, Dept of Neurobiology & Anatomy, Centre for Navigation & Communication Sciences, University of Rochester
"The Drowsy Chaperone" is the successful Broadway musical written by Canadians Bob Martin and Don McKellar. As an exclusive offer for McGill alumni, members of the cast will give a private talk-back after the performance, detailing the show's artistic chronology and pinpointing their exciting journey from Canada to Broadway!
If you plan to undertake a supervised Term Essay (WRIT 491-496) this summer, submit your proposal for approval to the SAO by May 7 at 3 pm. Fill out ALL OF THE PARTS of the appropriate form, obtain your proposed supervisor's signature, append your summary outline and bibliography, all in hard copy. Once the SAO has accepted your form, you should register for the appropriate course on Minerva. Upon review of your application, additional details or changes may be requested. To request an extension to submit your proposal, contact Nancy Czemmel at SAO before 7 May 2007. Questions? Come by the SAO.
Blakes law firm has sponsored what promises to be a great networking event for senior executives in business and law to mingle with junior business professionals. Meet new people, learn about new career opportunities and get mentorship advice for building your career! There will be raffle prizes provided by Blakes, Joseph Abboud and others as well as complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Semi-formal attire is required.
Sidonie Pénicaud, MSc candidate, Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Montreal Neurological Institute
Administrative offices will be closed. Library hours available at Reference Desks.
Please refer to the Welcome Booklet for details.
See Welcome Book and website (below) for details.