Community Engagement Day is a new project from SEDE that aims to celebrate and recognize community engagement efforts connecting McGill to Montreal community groups and organizations. The project is not intended as a one-off event; rather, it’s meant to serve as an entry point and celebration of a broader culture of community engagement at McGill.
Gone are the days when thousands of McGill students had to subsist on doughnuts and sad steam trays. Over the last five years, the university has transformed its food services, and tapped into the wealth of produce grown at its Macdonald Campus
Sept. 7, 2014 | The Gazette
by: Lesley Chesterman
The James McGill Society Presents
McGill University and Quebec City, 1960-2002
Director of the History of McGill Project
McGill’s relationship with Quebec City changed dramatically in the 1960s, when the province began major university funding.
Could McGill University fit into a provincial network, yet retain its unique and autonomous character? This question remains with us fifty years later.
The DCL Research Series is a student-driven forum for the presentation of doctoral research on subjects related to law and legal norms. Open to all disciplines, it serves not only as a site of exchange, but also as an opportunity for doctoral students to develop themselves as engaged scholars, effective communicators, and involved community members.
Work in Progress – Summer Roundup: Houellebecq and Neatline, Digital Environmental Humanities & Early Modern Conversions
Come join us for the first Work in Progress Meeting of 2014-15 academic year! As usual we’ll be meeting in rm 455, 688 Sherbrooke St West. We’ll have lightening talks from students, postdocs, and DH faculty about their summer work. Houellebecq and Neatline Stephanie Posthumus (LLC) Amy Goh Digital Environmental Humanities Veronica Poplawski Jonathan Armoza Early Modern Conversions Stephen Wittek (IPLAI)
Join the Science and Policy Exchange group for the 5th annual Science and Policy Exchange (SPE) conference on innovation on October 3rd, 2014.
Walkers, cyclists and commuter-rail riders are much more satisfied than drivers and transit users.
Now well into its second decade, Macdonald's ever-popular Food for Thought Lecture Series is in to another series of fascinating and thought-provoking lectures with the theme "Global Carbon".
The sixth and final lecture in the series is on Tuesday, November 28 with a talk by Dr. Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez, Director, McGill Institute for Global Food Security, McGill University, who will address the issue of global food supplies.
Professor Patrick Augustin have been selected to receive a 2014 Best Paper Award by the Chinese Finance Association (TCFA) for his paper, entitled “Informed Options Trading prior to M&A Announcements: Insider Trading?” The paper will be presented at the Best Paper Symposium on October 31 in New York City. The Chinese Finance Association (TCFA) was founded in the U.S.
L'Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal collaborate with CIRMMT to present a new work by Tod Machover.
For more information: Temps et Espace