Managing Resources introduces students to the issues of acquiring and developing financial capital and human talent. It also opens discussion of two largely-neglected forms of capital: natural and intellectual capital. Date: November 7, 2014Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pmLocation: Room 360
The Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) is pleased to present Feminist Technics, Queer Machines: Inventing Better Futures. The conference contemplates the intersecting, hopeful, and dystopian imaginaries of current futurisms, with a particular focus on its queer and feminist trajectories. Blending academic and artistic practice, the day's events will include three panel discussions highlighting McGill graduate students and other researchers on the topics of decolonizing the future, technology and futurism, and futures of the mediated body.
myCourses will be unavailable on Sunday, November 9, 2014 from 1 am to 7 am during scheduled monthly maintenance. See all scheduled monthly downtimes for myCourses.
The fossil fuel divestment movement is building. Around the world, tens of thousands of students are mobilizing to take a stand against fossil fuel industries. In Canada, there are already nearly thirty divestment campaigns on university and college campuses, from coast to coast. From November 7th-9th there will be the first ever Fossil Free Canada Convergence in Montreal, Quebec.
<p>Monday, November 10th, 2014 at 9:30am in Stewart Biology Building, Room W4/12</p> <p>PhD Defense for Ana Sofia Ibarraran Viniegra</p> <p>Supervisor: Dr. E. Abouheif - Department of Biology</p>
Are you new to the research scene, or simply want to gain a better understanding of how ethics review works? If so, join us for this information session, as we explore, demystify and walk through the process of research ethics review by REBs. Readings: TCPS2: Chapter 2 (Scope and Approach of Research Ethics Review), art. 2.1-2.9, p. 15-25 Chapter 6 (Governance of Research Ethics Review), art. 6.1-6.23; p. 67-88 Chapter 8 (Multi-jurisdictional Research), art. 8.1-8.4; p. 98-104
Victoria Slonosky: Canada’s Climate History: Weather Observations from the St-Lawrence Valley, 1742-2010
In conjunctions with our colleagues in Geography, through the Geospectives Speaker Series, Victoria Slonosky will be at McGill to present her research on the St Lawrence.