lectures, labs, conferences and other course-related activities that are cancelled on Monday, March 24, because of Easter Monday will be held on Thursday, March 20.
Administrative offices closed. Library hours to be announced.
Online course evaluation period for Winter term: Evaluations available for completion on Mercury through Minerva
Over the years, this conference has become an event not to be missed. Members of the scientific community will gather in Montreal to meet with members of the business community focusing in biotechnology, including health, the environment and bioprocesses. The BioTransfer segment will showcase key technology licensing opportunities in the respective portfolios of McGill University's Office of Technology Transfer and the Office of Industrial Affairs of the NRC-BRI.
Do you miss your university days, when Victoria Day in May equalled a leisurely day off in Montreal? Well, come join your fellow McGill alumni at the Maple Leaf Pub in Houston, to reminisce about your favourite Victoria Day memories.
Dr. David Gfeller, Laboratoire de Biophysique Statistique, SB/ITP, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
This theme pays tribute to the many women in the history of both Canada and India who played formative roles in the creation of civil society. Conference sub-themes: Session 1 - Women's Empowerment: Legislative Reforms and Social Change; Session 2 - Women and Health: Rights, Access and Activism; Session 3 - The Right to Livelihood: Women, Poverty and Regional Development; Session 4 - Women and Education: Reaching the Girl Child; Session 5 - Impacting Social Change through Media and the Arts. Detailed information on website (below).
Daniel Dennett, MNI Advisory Board member, co-director, Tufts University Center for Cognitive Studies
A fascinating new interpretation of the Canadian involvement in the fighting in France, including little-known air and sea aspects of the 1944 battle. Stéphane toured the battlefields of Normandy in 1999 and will display some of his own photographs. Wartime audio and video footage will also be featured. The first lecture takes place tonight and the second, June 7.