Established by the generosity of Sophie Nappert, BCL’86, LLB’86, the Nappert Prize in International Arbitration was awarded for the first time in 2014.
The four winners will be presenting their papers. Me Nappert will be attending as well.
To find out more about the program and to register, visit the Nappert Symposium page.
Across the globe, we stand at a critical juncture in the history of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) human rights. The continuing struggle for LGBTQ human rights is evident from controversy surrounding the Sochi 2014 Olympics in Russia, to the laws in a number of countries that criminalize the lives of LGBTQ people. But while there have been struggles and setbacks, there have also been extraordinary accomplishments, such as the introduction of same-sex marriage in several countries. We are witnessing a watershed moment in the history of global LGBTQ human rights.
PET I: Radiochemistry, The Alchemy of Radioligands
Third Annual OptionMetrics Research Conference Brings Together International Academia, Financial Professionals to 'Convene' on October 20th in New York City
OptionMetrics, a leading source for quality historical option price data, tools and analytics, has announced the upcoming OptionMetrics Research Conference (ORC2014).
Sept. 18, 2014 | Phys.org
Dr. Catherine Potvin is a climate scientist in McGill University’s Department of Biology, at the school in Montreal, Thursday, September 18, 2014. On September 21 she will speak at Montreal’s version of the People’s Climate March, a global event billed to be the biggest climate protest in history.
Sept. 7, 2014 | The Gazette
by: Michelle Lalonde
Gone are the days when thousands of McGill students had to subsist on doughnuts and sad steam trays. Over the last five years, the university has transformed its food services, and tapped into the wealth of produce grown at its Macdonald Campus
Sept. 7, 2014 | The Gazette
by: Catherine Potvin
Science students present their research projects. Come check out their posters and talk with the scientists of tomorrow!
Keynote speaker: Jade Raymond (B.Sc. '98, Managing Director at Ubisoft), “Robots, Assassins and the Holodeck: How a science degree, unconventional decision making and a legion of allies helped build a dream job”
Everyone is welcome, though seats for the talk are limited.
Jade Raymond: “Robots, Assassins and the Holodeck: How a science degree, unconventional decision making and a legion of allies helped build a dream job”
The Faculty of Science is honoured to welcome distinguished alumna Jade Raymond (B.Sc. '98, Managing Director at Ubisoft) to deliver the keynote address at the tenth annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Her talk is entitled:
“Robots, Assassins and the Holodeck: How a science degree, unconventional decision making and a legion of allies helped build a dream job”
This talk is open to the public, although seats are limited. Come one, come all!