The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law welcomes Benoit Mayer, Wuhan University, China, for a talk on the prospect of climate migrants.
The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law welcomes Moritz Baumgärtel, Université libre de Bruxelles, for a talk on migrant rights in Europe.
The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law invites you to a conference with Professor Nicolas Levrat, Faculty of Law, University of G
You are invited to a Constitutional Moments conference with professor Nicolas Levrat, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva.
IHDW is committed to encouraging a transdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to the study of human development and well-being. It aims to foster the development of networks in the study of human development and well-being and to facilitate informed discussion about public policy. It also aims to encourage community engagement through the various activities originating in the Institute.
The CRISPR-Cas9 method of genome editing has given researchers unprecedented power and ease in altering the building blocks of life.
Professor Osagie Obasogie will discuss a paper he is currently working on, titled Race as a Risk Factor in Public Health, where he attempts to assess how race is being conceptualized in the literature that discusses race as a risk
SIS PhD student Fei Shu wins iFellowship award for national-scale digital research in Chinese bibliometrics
The McGill School of Information Studies congratulates PhD in Information Studies student Fei Shu, recently selected for the iFellows Doctoral Fellowship program. Fei's thesis proposal was selected from a pool of applicants from 65 iSchools across the world. As an iFellow, Fei will receive a stipend of $50,000 USD over two years to pursue independent dissertation research that supports the goals of the Coherence at Scale Program.
As part of the McGill Dispute Resolution Lecture Series 2015-2016, the Private Justice & Rule of Law research group has the pleasure of inviting you to a lecture by Ryan Ree