The Lighthalls were a typical Montreal and McGill family whose members participated in the First World War in different ways. William D. Lighthall (M.A. 1879, B.C.L.
Exhibition: We will remember them: The No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill) in The First World War 1915-1919
This exhibition celebrates the contribution of McGIll University to healing the broken bodies that were the casualties of the First World War. A handwritten copy of John McCrae’s poem In Flanders Fields is amongst the items on display.
Montreal-based Nicki Reckziegel (M.Arch. 2014) is the winner of the Canada Council’s 2014 Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners. With this award, she will travel to “institutions of refuge” (crisis centres, safe houses, hospitals) in 18 locations across Central and East Africa. She will also intern with MASS Design Group, a non-profit organization that has designed health-care facilities in developing countries around the world.
Research Seminar - "The women make it work: A theory of planned behaviour and intermediate outcomes of a cluster RCT of dengue prevention in Mexico" by Dr. Neil Andersson
Rupanjit Grewal, M.Eng. - Prof. Jonas/Yue
José Muniz, Ph.D. - Prof. Brochu
Shiva Mohammadijam, Ph.D. - Prof. Waters
Kaiwen Hu, Ph.D. - Prof. Cerruti
Guest Speaker - Professor Arthur D. Pelton, École Polytechnique