AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc)
Senate Steering Meeting to approve degrees granted at Spring 2012 Convocations.
Deadline for web withdrawing (grade of W) from the first half of multi-term (D1/D2) courses that started in the Winter 2012 term
Deadline for web withdrawing (grade of W) from the first half of multi-term (D1/D2) courses that started in the Winter 2012 term and end in the Summer 2012 term (no refund for D1 course; fee refund with web drop of Summer D2 course) for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts (including School of Social Work), B.A.&Sc., Continuing Studies, Education, Engineering (including Architecture), Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Religious Studies and Science
Deadline for inter/intra faculty transfer applications to Science and to B.A.&Sc. for Fall 2012
The Neuro Film Series presents Wit. Based on the Margaret Edson play, the film focuses on Vivian Bearing, a literal, hardnosed English professor who has been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer.
Deadline for incoming undergraduate exchange applications from partners with a Fall term (September) start. NOTE: The Schulich School of Music has an earlier deadline.
Deadline for incoming undergraduate exchange applications to the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Law...
Deadline for incoming undergraduate exchange applications to the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Law from partners with a Fall term (September 2012) and Winter term (January 2013) start.
Registration via Minerva in Summer term Continuing Studies courses begins for non-Continuing Studies faculties except Dentistry, Law, Management (day programs), Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.
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...
The Neuro is pleased to present a Neuro Palliative Special Lecture entitled, “Palliative Rehabilitation Works!”. This special lecture will be given by Dr. Martin Chasen, Associate Professor, Division of Palliative Care of the University of Ottawa. Refreshments will follow. For more information: debbie [dot] rashcovsky [at] mcgill [dot] ca or 514-398-6047.
The Neuro Palliative Interdisciplinary Rounds will feature a three part series, presented by Jane Chambers-Evans, Nursing Practice Consultant, MUHC Clinical Ethicist, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, McGill University, which focuses on the topic of ‘Working with Angry Families’.