(Tentative Date - First week of October, date and time to be confirmed)
Do you want an education with a difference? Are you ready to travel and discover other cultures as you work towards your McGill degree?
The McGill Study Abroad Fair is your best entry into the world of study abroad! Find out about the numerous exchange options open to McGill students.
Meet exchange students from McGill's global bilateral partner universities.
Macdonald Campus Homecoming (tentative)
McGill's annual Open House - downtown campus.
L’Atelier scientifique sur les composants et microsystèmes: évolution des techniques de packaging et d’interconnexion.
The ISS Program would like to announce a special 1-day workshop on Device Packaging to be presented Wednesday January 30, 2013 in collaboration with Le laboratoire Nanotechnologies Nanosystèmes (LN2), Le Centre de Collaboration MiQro Innovation (C2MI) and NanoQuébec.
“L’Atelier scientifique sur les composants et microsystèmes: évolution des techniques de packaging et d’interconnexion” will be presented at the C2MI in Bromont, QC from 8:30
Faculty of Medicine White Coat Ceremony (2nd year students).
The 2013 Neuro Film Series season will begin on Wednesday, October 24 at 6:30 pm. We will be showing the Academy Award winning science fiction film "Charly" (1968), which is an adaptation of "Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes.
Join us for the 3rd annual Neuro Family Day!
The 3rd Annual Albert Aguayo Lecture entitled "What do astrocytes do?" will be given by Ben Barres, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurobiology and Developmental Biology of Stanford University. This annual lecture honours Dr. Albert Aguayo, founder and former Director of the Centre for the Research in Neuroscience at McGill University.
This year’s Dorothy J. Killam Lecturer is Dr. Lily Jan who is a Professor of Physiology and Biochemistry at the University of California in San Francisco. Dr. Jan will deliver her lecture, “Potassium channels and calcium-activated chloride channels for neuronal signaling”.
The Neuro Film Series season finale "Iris" will be hosted by Dr. Edith Hamel who will discuss the film and current Alzheimer research and treatment.