This workshop is designed and delivered by the First Peoples’ House. This workshop examines, from multiple perspectives, issues related to the inclusion of Aboriginal peoples on our campuses. The workshop provides historical and contemporary information about laws and policies, demographics, and cultural and economic realities. Participants will have the opportunity to apply new ideas and awareness, and build skills, by working through practical scenarios drawn from everyday work and life at McGill.
SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS: Time: Panel title: Reading how we read: Strategies for interpreting textual structure 2:30-2:50 Jonathan Armoza. Plotting in Reverse: “Plotto: The Master Book of All Plots” and “Bartleby, the Scrivener." 2:50-3:10 Mitchell Brown. Tragedy in Justice: Consequences and Potentialities.
Please be advised that there will be an upgrade maintenance on Webtop starting at 9:30 pm on Tuesday, March 11 until 1:30 am on Wednesday, March 12. Webtop will be unavailable for a short period within this maintenance window. After the upgrade, eCalendar users will be prompted to update the XMAX plugin. You should receive an email with instructions. Webtop is used by the eCalendar and eStudent Records.
Ms. Alice Labban, a doctoral student at McGill University in the area of Marketing will be presenting her research defense entitled: The Impact of Food Marketing on Purchase and the Moderating Role of Motivational Quality and Socio-Economic Status Alice LabbanDoctoral Student in Marketing, McGill University Date: March 12, 2014Time: 09:15 am - 11:15 amLocation: Room 310
Interactive Cardio Lunch MUHC web series - Comment identifier les candidats à l'étude électrophysiologique
The McGill University Health Centre is pleased to offer a Cardiology Web Series. These web series are open to all health care professionals. During the webinar it will be possible to ask questions to the speakers. SPEAKER: Dr. Martin Bernier ACCREDITATION:
2nd Annual GE Santé Lecture in Biochemistry - Michael Snyder, PhD / Seminar Title: “Personalized Medicine: Personal Omics Profiling for Monitoring Healthy and Disease States”
2nd Annual GE Santé Lecture in BiochemistryHosted by the Department of BiochemistryMandatory for all Biochemistry Graduate Students
Have you noticed how many trees are inside McGill and why? Students, faculty and staff are invited to step aside from the routine and walk with each other through underground McGill to see with new eyes.
The uApply system will undergo a scheduled maintenance operation Wednesday, March 12, 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.
The Great Trials lecture series considers a collection of history-making trials across time and examines the social and political contexts in which they took place as well as their cultural consequences. The series takes the position that ‘law’ happens as much outside the courtroom as it does within it, and that each of these pivotal events stands as testament to the ways in which constructions of authority, law, and justice have informed cultural consciousness across centuries.
The McGill Arbitration Society, the Private Justice and the Rule of Law Research Team, the L. Yves Fortier Chair in International Arbitration and International Commercial Law at McGill University, and the Institute for Transnational Arbitration are pleased to welcome Charles Jarrosson (Université Paris II), who will give a talk as part of the “The McGill Symposium on International Arbitration.”