Dr. Tzumin Lee, Dept of Neurobiology, University of Massachusetts, Worcester
Dr. Bryan Stewart, Dept of Zoology, University of Toronto, Mississauga
NSERC guest speakers will discuss the following programs: Strategic Projects; CRD and I2I. RSVP by phone or email. (Please note there is also a session taking place on the downtown campus on Feb. 7, 9:30-11:30 am, in Leacock, Room 232.)
Held in collaboration with the University of the Streets Café and the Concordia University Alumni Association: "Environmental stewardship and economic viability: What place does the economy hold within the earth's systems?" Since World War II, economic expansion has become the foremost indicator of progress and improvement in the quality of life. However, there is increasing evidence that the growth paradigm is catastrophic. It makes no attempt to size itself according to the biosphere on which it is dependent.
Inactivation of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors by mitochondrial ROS: Implications for diabetic dysautonomias
Dr. Ellis Cooper, Dept of Physiology, McGill
Scientific & Technical Information (GLIS 637) class lab session
A conversation with Colleen Johnston, CFO, TD Bank Financial Group. Sponsored by Phillips, Hager & North.
Alireza Falsafi, DCL candidate, McGill Faculty of Law, and Attorney at Law, Iran. All are welcome. Part of the ICL Dispute Resolution Series.
McGill's Dept of East Asian Studies is collaborating with Peking University—China's premier university—to offer the McGill-Peking University Summer Chinese Program 2008. This new program aims to provide students with an excellent opportunity to learn standard Mandarin Chinese while experiencing Chinese culture by living in Beijing, the capital of China. The program runs from May 8 to July 24, offering 11-week intensive Chinese language courses primarily at three levels: First Level Chinese, Second Level Chinese and Third Level Chinese.
Dr. Barton Beebe, Associate Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York