Hospital / Hôpital is an interdisciplinary two-day conference to coincide with the opening of two new “super-hospitals” in Montreal. Join us to explore the ‘hospital’ from multiple perspectives – including historical, architectural, socio-cultura
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The treatment of complex comorbidity in children and families
Friday, October 2, 2015
from 8:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Register before May 19, 2015 for Early Bird Rates!
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Some of our faculty members are involved in the organizing of Pacifichem 2015 symposia in Honolulu on Dec 15-20. Submit an abstract before April 15 (extended deadline) or register (early bird rate) before October 15 and join us there!
Media@McGill is proud to host The Participatory Condition, an International Colloquium, which will be held in Montreal at the Museum of Contemporary Art on November 15 and 16, 2013. The Colloquium’s main objective is to assess the role of media in the development of a principle whose expansion has become so large as to become the condition of our contemporaneity. Registration is free, but we ask that individuals register to reserve a place for the Colloquium.
Confirmed Speakers: Caroline Arscott (Courtauld Institute of Art) • Fabio Barry (University of St. Andrews) • Matthew C. Hunter (McGill University) • Yukio Lippit (Harvard University) • Jeffrey Moser (McGill University) • Alexander Nemerov (Stanford University) • Jennifer L. Roberts (Harvard University) • Itay Sapir (UQAM)
The Integrated Sensor Systems Program Graduate Committee is pleased to invite you to the 3rd annual CREATE-ISS Sensors Summer School taking place on June 3rd and 4th 2013 at École Polytechnique de Montréal!
The themes of the event are "Career exploration" and "Sensing".
It was once said that as societies develop, religion disappears. This myth has now been debunked, as the persistence of modern religious belief attests; however, it remains unresolved how religion should enter into our secular spaces of public discourse within the media, civil society and government. In a country that has defined itself by values of pluralism and religious freedom, the exclusion of religion from all public discourse would be simplistic and inconsistent with our heritage.