Dr. Gail Chmura, Geography, McGill
With an introduction by Professor Desmond Morton
A walk through McGill's leafy legacy with writer Bronwyn Chester, BSW'81. Learn the history of some of the University's oldest and grandest flora. Rain or shine. Bilingual.
Science students present their research projects. Come check out the posters and talk with the scientists of tomorrow. Keynote speaker: Dr. Jonathan Foley, Director, Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), University of Wisconsin. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please see website for more details.
F. Gregory Gause III, associate professor of political science and director, Middle East Studies Program, University of Vermont. He was on the faculty of Columbia University (1987-95) and Fellow for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York (1993-94). His research interests focus on the international politics of the Middle East, with a particular interest in the Arabian Peninsula and the Persian/Arabian Gulf. He has published two books, "Oil Monarchies: Domestic and Security Challenges in the Arab Gulf States" (Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1994) and "Saudi-Yemeni Relations: Domestic Structures and Foreign Influence" (Columbia University Press, 1990). Space limited; faculty, graduate and MES students only. Pizza will be served.
Light supper and networking. Lecture by Nona Moscovitz, followed by question period. See link below for details.
You are cordially invited to attend this information/ recruitment session, an opportunity for you to meet with Faculty to explore your mutual research interests and to address any questions you may have. Light refreshments will be provided.
There's no better way to get into the spirit of Homecoming Weekend than to celebrate the wit of legendary McGill professor Stephen Leacock with a moderator known for his own irrepressible humour and a guest speaker who's been making audiences laugh for 30 years as part of the comedy duo Bowser & Blue. McGill alumni, friends, faculty and staff are welcome.
McGill's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community will once again celebrate diversity at the sixth annual Return to the Rainbow Reception, hosted by the McGill Subcommittee on Queer People and Queer McGill. LGBT alumni and their friends are invited to exchange news and views with current staff and students, as well as hear about new programs and activities on campus.
McGill University welcomes the class of '82 to a special 25th Anniversary dinner. A commemorative pin will be presented to each class member. The event is by invitation only. Please return your reply card with your ticket order form.