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CKUT's All Things McGill interviewed Lilith Wyatt regarding the Sustainability Projects Fund and the recent referendum process that will secure funding for the initiative over the next 5 years.
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The Personal and Cultural Enrichment Program (PACE) at McGill University's School of Continuing Studies is presenting an exciting workshop entitled "The Green Gide to Saving Money" this April.
PACE is an innovative new program at McGill which presents a wide array of artistic and cultural lectures, workshops and performances throughout the year. All sessions are open to the entire Montreal community. We are also always on the lookout for new workshop ideas and possible collaborations!
It is that time of year when KANATA will be publishing their wonderful journal. KANATA is an interdisciplinary student-published journal with content that focuses on topics relating to Indigenous Peoples of North America.
Mark your calendars, Friday April 12th at 5:00PM. The location is still to be determined. Pass this message to friends, professors and others who may want to attend.
Please RSVP* to rethink [at] mcgill [dot] ca by Friday, March 22, 2013.
The Office of Sustainability is proud to recognize the many and significant efforts that have taken place at McGill this year to grow toward sustainability, including the development of a comprehensive sustainability strategy through the Vision 2020 process.
Montreal researchers find that music lessons before age seven create stronger connections in the brain
If you started piano lessons in grade one, or played the recorder in kindergarten, thank your parents and teachers. Those lessons you dreaded – or loved – helped develop your brain.
Callout for participation
In a collaborative and multidisciplinary attempt to pull together Montreal-based research, we are organizing a working group that is critically approaching food systems, security and sustainability at different levels: institutions, Montreal and its peri-urban and rural surroundings, as well as the broader ‘Global South,’ which is facing immediate issues of food crisis.
KANATA, the Undergraduate Journal of the Indigenous Studies Community of McGill University is calling for submissions for its sixth volume.
KANATA is an interdisciplinary student-published journal with content that focuses on topics relating to Indigenous Peoples of North America. In the midst of the national uprising and international movement, Idle No More, KANATA is committed to engaging in dialogue with the greater community on Indigenous issues and creating platforms for the sharing of knowledge.
Nous voulons vos idées!
We want your input!