McGill University’s Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country including First Nations, Métis and Inuit. The week also offers an opportunity to collaborate with community partners and draws active participation from McGill students, faculty and staff.
The week is organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office at McGill University.
Montreal, August 2014
For many translators, they are driven by two passions: the love of languages and the need to improve intercultural communication. The 2014 recipient of the McGill Associates Prize in Translation (English-French) is no exception to the rule.
Ms Hilda Monzon Bosch received this distinction at the spring graduation ceremony when she was awarded her Certificate in Translation.
Montreal, August 2014 –
According to constructivists, translator competence comes in many shapes and sizes but is not limited to language competence alone. Much depends on life experiences and the ability to build progressively on these. Such is the case for Smadar Brandes, the 2014 winner of the McGill Associates Prize in Translation (French-English), which is awarded annually to the student with the best academic record in the Certificate in Translation.
CHANGE OF VENUE
Please note that the conference entitled 'Tools for the preparation of an FRQ-S Research Scholar Application,' given by Dr. Mélanie Lavoie-Trembly, Associate Professor, Ingram School of Nursing, will now be held in Burnside Hall, Room 107.
Professor Andrea Bjorkland, the L. Yves Fortier Chair in International Arbitration and International Commercial Law, was delighted to receive more than 80 submissions from scholars and junior practitioners affiliated with more than 50 institutions for the 2014 Nappert Prize in International Arbitration. Authors hailed from around the world, with every continent save Antarctica represented.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS SESSION WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE.
PhD Defense of Yanti Maslina Binti Mohd Jusoh, Bioresource Engineering
The work presented in this thesis is the step by step approach taken in the effort of developing radio frequency (RF) heating technology for the extraction of apple peel phenolic compounds. The work that has been carried out covers the design of an extraction system, the establishment of the initial extraction conditions, characterization of suitable solvents for the extraction system, process optimization and justification study.
The Department of Political Sciences invites applications for one tenure track position in International Relations and one tenure track position in Comparative Political Behaviour. Any applicants's record of performance must provide evidence of outstanding research potential and the ability to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Full details and application procedures can be found at the following link: http://www.mcgill.ca/politicalscience/employment
Deemed the “breakthrough of the decade,” revolutionary new approaches and technologies that make organ tissues transparent are helping researchers to see clearly into the brain’s circuitry like never before. At the annual Beatty Memorial Lecture Dr. Karl Deisseroth, the D. H.