Student Exchange Information Session
The James McGill Society and The Osler Library of the History of Medicine invite you to a book launch of ‘Sir William Osler: The Man and His Books’ with presentations by the contributing authors.
Late registration period for new students with $150 late registration fee for all faculties; $75 for Special Students and Graduate part-time students. ($25 late registration fee for Continuing Studies students.)
Deadline to apply to graduate on Minerva for all undergraduate students and graduate students in all non-thesis programs (certificates, diplomas, Master's non-thesis) who expect to complete their program requirements...
Winter term lectures begin in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (including Farm Management and Technology program), Arts (including Social Work), all credit courses and non-credit language courses at Continuing Studies, Education, Engineering (including Architecture), Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing...
McGill Placement Examinations for newly-admitted students in basic science courses in biology, chemistry, physics and math, including MATH 122 and MATH 123 for newly-admitted Management students. See the website below for more details. http://www.mcgill.ca/students/exams/
Compulsory academic advising and course approval required for ALL returning Engineering students including Architecture. (First two weeks of classes.)
The Neuro Film Series presents our next film, The Commitments.The Commitments is a rough-edged comedy about an unlikely vision – the creation of Soul band by the denizens of white, working class, Catholic Dublin.
Our next Neuro Palliative Interdisciplinary Rounds talk will be given by Kimberley Thibodeau, MSW., Social worker at the Psychosocial Oncology Program, Montreal General Hospital, McGill University Health Center. She will speak about "Psychosocial Crisis at the End of Life?"
The Neuro is hosting the 2011 Gairdner Mini Epigenetics Symposium, a symposium of scientific excellence in Epigenetics.