Three speakers on three topics: the social and political impacts McGill has had on Quebec society over the years in the context of specific key historical events; the importance of being identified as an anglophone institution with respect to its heritage for the anglophone community; the presence of the French language on campus in the spheres of its higher administration, its relationship with the French language over the years and how the institution dealt with the demographic and linguistic realities of Quebec's evolving social, cultural and political society. Speakers: Stanley B. Frost, historian, member, History of McGill Project; Rod Macleod, historian, president, Quebec Heritage Network; Ginette Lamontagne, director, Inter-Institutional Relations, McGill. Commentator: Julius Grey, Faculty of Law, McGill. Moderator: Gretta Chambers, Chancellor Emerita, McGill.
Seminar by Alltech Canada Inc.
Inhibition of apolipoprotein E gene expression in cultural pareine cells by RNA: To produce a pig model for the study of atherosclerosis
Nayla El-Beyrouthi, graduate student
Einar Perez, graduate student
Benjamen Olaniyan (graduate student)
Charles Yeboah (graduate student)
Dr. Gerard Campbell, University of Pittsburgh
Urban Planning & Development Public Lecture Series, 2006: Jacques J. Coté, Président-Directeur-Général, Société du Havre de Montréal, and Pierre Malo, Urbaniste, Chargé de projets, Société du Havre de Montréal. All welcome.
Urban Planning & Development Public Lecture Series, 2006: André Lavallée, Mayor, Borough of Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, and member of Montréal's Executive Committee in charge of public transport and urban planning. All welcome.
Urban Planning & Development Public Lecture Series, 2006: Sylvie Perrault, Principal, Sylvie Perrault Architectes. All welcome.