The myriad of ways in which petroleum is reshaping our politics, economy and culture will be the focus of the 2014 annual conference of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, to be held on Feb. 6 and 7.
Published on January 28 2014 | McGill Reporter
Written by Will Straw
Faculty Development Workshop: Best Practices in Supervision of Graduate Students Conducting Research in Family Medicine
Invited Speaker :
Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Associate professor, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University
Thursday, May 8th, 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Department of Family Medicine
5858 Chemin Cotes-des-Neiges-3rd Floor, Suite 300, Montreal QC H3S 1Z1
*We have requested 3 M1 credits for this workshop.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
A professor at the McGill School of Environment and the Department of Natural Resource Sciences, Elena Bennett, spends much of her research time looking at the ways ecosystems interact and provide multiple services for people.
Published on January 21 2014 | McGill Reporter
Written by Neale Devitt
John Robinson is the Associate Provost, Sustainability at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and is a professor with UBC’s Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability and Department of Geography.
Published on January 21 | McGill Reporter
The student-run initiative “ECOLE” (Educational COmmunity Living Environment) is working to transform a MORE house into a space for sustainable living to open in September 2014.
Published on January 20 2014 | Bull and Bear
Written by Tess Wrobleski
"Ethical Issues in Cancer Screening"
Friday January 24, 2014, 12:30-2:00 in the Institute for Health and Social Policy seminar room
Ross Upshur, Canada Research Chair in Primary Care Research, University of Toronto
Find the 2014 speaker bios are here.
Join John Robinson (Associate Provost, Sustainability at UBC) in a conversation about The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability and Next Generation Sustainability at University of British Columbia
Qu’ils vivent dans le Grand Nord canadien, au Pérou ou en Ouganda, les peuples autochtones sont les premiers à pâtir du réchauffement du climat.
Published January 04 2014 | Le Devoir
Written by Amélie Daoust-Boisvert
Mimi Israël, MD, and Serge Beaulieu, MD, PhD received a 2013 “Coup de chapeau verdunois” for their commitment as first-line psychiatrists. The awards were handed out by Roger Cadieux, President of the Forum économique de Verdun, during a recognition ceremony on the evening of November 27.
This award recognizes the involvement of Verdun residents and employees.