The spectral piano: An ecological inquiry Marilyn Nonken, New York University, USA For more information on this lecture, please visit the CIRMMT website.
Celebrate the launch of Homecoming 2014 festivities with a coffeehouse reception hosted by Dean Daniel Jutras! Come meet our current students and reminisce with your own memories of Coffeehouse. Free, but kindly RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to help us with planning. For information, contact the Law Faculty’s Alumni Relations office at 514-398-7934.
Elevate your power and impact to build cooperation and get results Do you have a clear goal in mind, but seek the right tools and technique to persuade others, gain buy-in and get things done in a non-aggressive and ethical way? This high energy seminar offers you practical approaches to gain support for your ideas, network with those around you and initiate positive change up, down and across your organization.
The Hughlings Jackson Lecture will take place on October 17, 2014 at 4:00 pm at the Neuro. This year, the Neuro’s premier scientific lecture entitled, “Optical deconstruction of fully-assembled biological systems” will be delivered by Dr. Karl Deisseroth, D.H. Chen Professor of Bioengineering and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of Stanford University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA. The Hughlings Jackson Lecture was established at the MNI in 1935.
Alumni, graduates, faculty and staff are invited to the School for a Wine & Cheese reception on the Friday of McGill's Homecoming weekend. In 2014 we will be especially celebrating reunion years ending in "4" and "9"!
The premature death of French composer Gérard Grisey (1946–98) cut short one of the most productive and creative musical careers of the twentieth century. Starting in the 1970s, Grisey and other musicians associated with the ensemble l’Itinéraire developed a radically new musical approach that took the physical characteristics of sounds (their acoustical spectra) as a source of inspiration.
The uApply system will undergo a scheduled maintenance operation Wednesday, October 22, between 4 pm and 6 pm. The system will be unavailable during this period. uApply is the system used by applicants to McGill graduate programs and by admissions staff to process those applications.
Flanders Family Visiting Professor Combined Anesthesia & Surgery Grand Rounds Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 7:30am Safer health care: dispelling the shadows Sir Liam Donaldson Chair in Health Policy, Imperial College London
The objective of the 2014 Workshop on Clinical and Applied Proteomics is to gather together clinicians, researchers and trainees who share an interest in applied proteomics/interactomics from a disease-related perspective, as well as those who are interested in learning new technologies, sharing research ideas with others, interacting and collaborating within the RI-MUHC/McGill and externally in Montreal and beyond.
McGill's annual Open House; SPOT faculty and students staff a very busy kiosk welcoming potential applicants: what's the BEST thing about being an OT or a PT and why McGill is the TOP choice!
Date: October 26, 2014Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Bronfman building, 1001 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal The Desautels Faculty of Management looks forward to welcoming you to McGill University's Open House on Sunday, October 26, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Prospective students (undergraduate, graduate and doctoral) will have the opportunity to learn more about what the Desautels has to offer both inside and outside the classroom. BCom Information Sessions:
2014 Killam Prize Lecture: "Cartographo Ergo Sum (I map, therefore I am): The importance of location to modern society"
McGill is delighted to weclome D. R. Fraser Taylor, who will deliver the 2014 Killam Lecture in the Social Sciences. Dr. Taylor introduced the world to the power of cybercartography, an enhanced form of multimedia mapping using geographic information management, to deepen our understanding of socio-economic issues. In Canada, and around the world, his cybercartographic atlases have delivered new perspectives and a way to comprehend complex issues such as trade and economic patterns, international development, and the risk of homelessness.