Dr Elsa Quiros-Calinoiu, McGill
Dr Hector R. Wong, University of Cincinnati School of Medicine
Treatment & non-treatment factors associated with relapse after emergency discharge with acute asthma
Dr Brian Rowe, University of Alberta
Sophie Marcil, Staff Development Specialist, Human Resources, McGill. Bring your lunch; juice will be provided.
Michael Shevell, McGill; Annette Majnemer, McGill
JOAN SANGSTER presents the 7th Annual SEAGRAM LECTURE IN CANADIAN STUDIES. Dr. Sangster is the Seagram Visiting Chair for 2002-2003 at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, and is a professor of History and Women?s Studies at Trent University, Peterborough, where she is also Director of the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies. Her latest books, Regulating Girls and Women: Women, Family and the Law in Ontario (Oxford University Press 2001) and Girl Trouble!: Female Delinquency in English Canada (Between the Lines Press, 2002) explore the history of womens? and girls? conflicts with the law, while her current research focuses on women workers after World War II.
Join us at the Kortright Conservation Centre as we enjoy maple syrup, taffy and the fresh spring air at the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival. Bring the entire family to experience a guided tour of the scenic Kortright Centre and sample the bounty of Ontario's majestic maples. Tour begins at 11:00 am. Price includes tour of exhibit trail and samples. RSVP by Friday, March 28, to the McGill University Ontario Office, 110 Spadina Ave., Suite 601, Toronto, ON M5V 2K4
7th Annual Seagram Lecture in Canadian Studies: Joan Sangster, director, Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies, Trent University
Complimentary coffee and snacks provided by the McGill Alumni Association.
Graduates, family and friends are invited to an evening of German culture at the critically acclaimed Neue Galerie, a museum for German and Austrian art. Private guided tour of the museum's permanent Austrian collection as well as the special exhibition devoted to Christian Schad and the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) Movement of the 1920s. This is the first major US exhibit devoted to the work of Christian Schad and includes more than 100 paintings, drawings and photo-based works. Tour will be followed by an evening of fine German cuisine at the nearby Heidelberg Restaurant in the heart of Yorkville.