The last few weeks of the semester can be stressful: final assignments need to be completed, time is running out, and the idea of writing those first words or polishing that final draft can seem overwhelming. Help is on the way!
The McGill Writing Centre’s “Crunch-Time” workshops are designed to teach you fundamental skills and strategies that can transform your approach to writing, improve your ability to organize and express your ideas, and enrich your understanding of how to use grammatical forms to make your writing clear, lively, and engaging.
It has been estimated that over 1 billion people worldwide live without access to health care. Organizations such as Partners In Health work relentlessly to improve access to primary and secondary health care to those who need it most. Despite modern medical advancements and the ability to treat people in remote parts of the world, millions of people are still left without hospitals, without doctors, and without treatment. Join the movement today to reverse these trends and enter the discussion by attending the conference Whatever It Takes.
Tuesdays - March 18, 25, April 1, 8 (10:00 – 12:30) room 5001
For more information: https://www.mcgill.ca/caps/students/services/pace
For more information: https://www.mcgill.ca/counselling/workshops/support#international
Understand Who You Are with the MBTI - Friday March 21, 15h15-17h, Brown Bldg Rm 3001
For more information: https://www.mcgill.ca/counselling/workshops/wellness#type
Overcoming Academic Stress - Mondays March 17, 24 & 31, 15h15-17h15, Brown Bldg Rm 4200
More for information: https://www.mcgill.ca/counselling/workshops/academic#overcomingstress
How to Have a Positive Body Image - Tuesday March 18, 13h15-15h, Brown Bldg 4200
For more information: https://www.mcgill.ca/counselling/workshops/wellness#body
AstroMcGill presents the 22nd Public Astro Night, with a public lecture by Marie-Michèle Limoges (from the Université de Montréal). The lecture is entitled "La Cartographie de l'Universe à travers les Ages" will be given in french. The lecture will be followed by night sky observations (weather permitting) and a lab tour. The lecture is intended for a general audience, and it is free of charge. No reservation is necessary. Snacks and refreshments will be served (please bring your own cup).
A Legal Theory Workshop with Annalise Acorn, Thomas Lawlor Professor of Law and Ethics, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta.
Professor Acorn's topic is “Hero Worship”, which continues her investigation of law and emotion. She has taught and written about legal themes in literature and this talk will also be further in that vein, focussing considerably upon George Eliot’s Middlemarch.
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