Interested in pursuing an internship in Canada or the USA next summer? Come hear about the internship opportunities available to returning Faculty of Arts students. Find out how to apply and what resources are available to you. RSVP for this event
Compulsory academic advising and course approval required for ALL returning Engineering students including Architecture. (First two weeks of classes.)
Deadline for web withdrawing (grade of "W") from multi-term courses that started in September 2014...
Deadline for web withdrawing (grade of "W") from multi-term courses that started in September 2014 (with fee refund for Winter term) in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts (including School of Social Work), Continuing Studies, Education, Engineering (including Architecture), Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Religious Studies and Science (including B.A.&Sc.). NOTE: No withdrawals from Education Intensive courses.
Final course add/drop deadline for Winter term courses and multi-term courses (D1/D2 or N1/N2) that begin in the Fall term in Graduate Studies...
Final course add/drop deadline for Winter term courses and multi-term courses (D1/D2 or N1/N2) that begin in the Fall term in Graduate Studies. After this date students who web withdraw will receive a mark of "W" (withdrawn).
Learn about Undergraduate Research Internship Awards including elligibility criteria and application procedures. All Arts students welcome.RSVP for this event
Date: February 3-4, 2015Location: Bronfman building About the Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability (DBCS) The Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability takes place February 3-4, 2015. Our aim is to give students the opportunity to network, share, learn, and connect with their individual purpose. For more information, please visit: www.dbcsmcgill.com
Date: February 6-7, 2015Location: Bronfman building About Fashion Business Uncovered (FBU) Spend a day in the life of some of Canada's most inspiring leaders from the fashion industry. Through a number of panels and speaker series, FBU will make you discover the backstage of the fashion business. FBU is an initiative from McGill students who want to build visibility around the fact that the fashion industry is not limited to design and modeling but in fact is driven by different aspects of business and management.
CIRMMT Distinguished Lecture Series: Eckart Altenmüller - Apollo's gift and curse: Acquisition and loss of skilled movements in musicians
Apollo's gift and curse: Acquisition and loss of skilled movements in musicians Eckart Altenmüller, Institut für Musikphysiologie und Musiker-Medizin, Germany For more information on this lecture, please visit the CIRMMT website.