Maintenance will be performed to the campus wireless network on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 starting at 5:00 am lasting approximately 2 hours. You may be disconnected from the wireless network for a brief period of time (approximately 5 to 10 minutes) during the maintenance period.
The REZ wireless network is not affected by this maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Constantinos Yanniris has been awarded the "Outstanding graduate paper" award for the Comparative and International Education Society conference in Toronto next month. His work examines the history (and possible futures) of environment education centres in Greece. Congratulations to Costas!
A past winner of the McGill Classical Concerto Competition, hear her perform the Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto with harpist Emily Belvedere this Thursday, February 27 and Friday , February 28 with the McGill Symphony Orchestra. Congratulations!
Lara Deutsch is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Orchestral Flute Studies at McGill University under Timothy Hutchins, where she also completed her undergraduate degree in May 2012 under Denis Bluteau.
PhD Oral Defense: Factors Influencing Behavioural Variation in Apple Orchard Populations of the Jumping Spider Eris militaris (Araneae: Salticidae)
PhD Oral Defense of Raphaël Royauté, Department of Natural Resource Sciences
You are cordially invited to the CRBLM Workshop on Tone Language: Vous êtes cordialement invités à l’atelier du CRBLM sur les langues à tons :
Dr. Gale Seiler’s research project with DESTA, the Black Youth Network, is featured in SEDE’s Human Rights calendar for the month of February 2014. Each year, the Social Equity & Diversity Education Office (SEDE) invites McGill researchers to share information about their research projects in a 12-month calendar. SEDE promotes local and global community initiatives and human rights efforts, highlighting different research groups and artists in each calendar month.
The Faculty of Law welcomes Professor Kira Matus, London School of Economics.
Professor Peter Schubert and his award winning ensemble VivaVoce have released a new CD- Scenes from the Gospels: Motets from Josquin to Palestrina
The disc features Renaissance motets based on texts from the Gospels. These pieces were composed between 1500 and 1564 by the "lost generation" of composers - Willaert, Jachet, Manchicourt and Gombert, and depict various events in the life of Jesus, from birth to crucifixion. VivaVoce was founded in Montreal in 1998 by Peter Schubert. The award-winning ensemble is committed to performing classical music from all periods and to developing the art of Canadian choral music by commissioning at least one new work each year.