Allan Colver, PhD, Donald Court Professor of Community Child Health, Newcastle University, UK
Adapting the interior environment for specific user needs: Research initiatives and challenges for the institutional environment
Tiiu Poldma, PhD, School of Industrial Design, Université de Montréal
Joel Katz, PhD, Dept of Psychology, York University
McGill chancellor Richard Pound will discuss the life of H. Rocke Robertson (1912-1998), who, in addition to being a surgeon, served as Principal of McGill during the turbulent 1960s, when the University underwent unprecedented growth and change.
Sarah-Ann Quesnel, Biology, McGill
Neurobiology meets molecular evolution: Sodium channel gene evolution in electric fish and pufferfishes
Dr. Harold Zakon, University of Texas, Austin
Dr. Fangliang He, University of Alberta, Edmonton
In the wake of the 1960s a growing consciousness of the power of the media to unify and mobilize social causes fed into a movement of mass media democratization. Community radio and public-access television stations made forays into the mediascape, citizens' groups formed around areas of local concern, and in Québec, print media seemed to explode.
This exhibition is centred on the letters Peter Redpath sent to a friend in London while he was travelling up the Nile in Egypt in the winter of 1873. Redpath was not the only notable McGill benefactor and supporter whose interest in ancient Egypt led to their embarking on journeys up the Nile in the late 19th or early 20th century. On display are some of the books and photographs that were bequeathed or donated to the collections by several benefactors who made the journey.
An opportunity for law students to converse with Jason Fry, Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. This event is presented by the Canadian National Committee of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, jointly with the Faculty of Law and the Institute of Comparative Law of McGill University.