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First day of classes and last day to register without penalty in May section summer courses in Management...Š

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First day of classes and last day to register without penalty in May section summer courses in Management offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays. NOTE: The last day of summer lectures varies by course, please see the Summer Studies Calendar for further information at www.mcgill.ca/study.

Some newly-admitted students, once they have confirmed their offer of admission but before registration begins, are permitted to...

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Some newly-admitted students, once they have confirmed their offer of admission but before registration begins, are permitted to change their major programs via Minerva. See "New Students" website below: http://www.mcgill.ca/newstudents/

Deadline for inter-faculty transfer applications to the B.S.W. Program for the Fall 2014 term

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Deadline for inter-faculty transfer applications to the B.S.W. Program for the Fall 2014 term.

Application open for intra- or inter-faculty transfers for the Faculty of Engineering (including Architecture) for Fall 2014...Š

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Application is open on Minerva for intra- or inter-faculty transfers for the Faculty of Engineering (including Architecture) for the Fall 2014 term. See the Engineering Student Centre website http://www.mcgill.ca/engineering/student/sao/current/facultytransferreadmission/readmission/ for further information.

Readmission application deadline for the Faculty of Engineering (including Architecture) for Fall 2014

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Deadline to apply for readmission to the Faculty of Engineering (including Architecture) for the Fall 2014 term.

Application deadline for the Faculty of Religious Studies BTh Program...

01 May 201400:00
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Deadline to apply for Fall 2014 term admission for international students to the Faculty of Religious Studies BTh Program.

Courses begin for U1, U2, and U3 B.Sc.(N) students and U2 BNUR-INT students...

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Classes reconvene and clinical courses commence for U1, U2, and U3 B.Sc.(N) students and U2 BNUR-INT students. Students writing deferred or supplemental examinations, should inform the course coordinators.

Master's Recital : Emily Belvedere, harp

01 May 201413:00
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Class of Jennifer Swartz

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UPCOMING SEMINAR - Influence and Assertiveness - Toronto

30 Apr 201409:00
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01 May 201417:00

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.

Master's Recital: Caitlin Hammon, soprano

01 May 201417:00
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Class of Joanne Kolomyjec

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SPECIAL LECTURE: "Developmental Critical Periods and Alzheimer's Disease - Can Knowledge of One Help Cure the Other?"

01 May 201416:00
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Dr. Carla Shatz, Sapp Family Provostial Professor of Biology and Neurobiology and Director of Bio-X, Stanford's pioneering biosciences program will deliver a special lecture entitled "Developmental Critical Periods and Alzheimer's Disease - Can Knowledge of One Help Cure the Other?".

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Transportation and Urban Sustainability

01 May 201418:00
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TRANSPORTATION AND URBAN SUSTAINABILITY The Ghosts of Affordable Housing: Access and Health Join us for this free talk given by Debbie Niemeier, Professor at University of California, Davis.

16th Research Colloquium in Rehabilitation

02 May 201408:45
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16th Research Colloquium in Rehabilitation16e Colloque de recherche en réadaptationKeynote Presentation byMary Law, PhD, OT Reg (Ont), FCAOTProfessor in the School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster UniversityBuilding knowledge across time: An example of research on participation

Shostakovich, Stalin & Symphony No.5

02 May 201410:00
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McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) Lecture Lecturer: Morty Elllis Time: May 2, 10:00 am What happens when a young, up-and-coming composer runs afoul of the state's outlook for artistic creation? Excerpts from the opera "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk" and a commented version of Symphony No. 5, both in DVD format, will be featured. Click here to register.

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