Last day of lectures for Fall term Farm Management and Technology program.
Maintenance will be performed on the REZ wireless network on Tuesday, December 10 starting at 5:00 am and ending at around 7:00 am. If you are in one of the following buildings, you may be disconnected from the REZ wireless network for a brief period of time (approximately 15 minutes) during the maintenance period:
Mr. Yan Wang, a doctoral student at McGill University in the area of Finance will be presenting his research proposal entitled: Three Essays on Corporate Finance and Financial Institutions Yan WangDoctoral Student in Finance, McGill University Date: December 10, 2013Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pmLocation: Room 1610W, 1010 Sherbrooke W.
Join us for this conference held to mark Human Rights Day Center for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism’s O’Brien Fellow in Residence Dr. Semahagn G. Abebe and Visiting Fellow Dr. Christophe Golay will discuss the various human rights implications of large-scale land acquisitions – also called land grabbing – in the global south, with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.
Bring your own device (BYOD) to this hands‐on workshop on using open sourced and web‐based technology to engage learning and enable problemsolving in mathematics. Topics:
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. Ariane Marelli ACCREDITATION:
DCL Candidate Enrique Boone Barrera will be defending his doctoral thesis, Fragmentation of property rights in the Mexican ejido and its effects on the exercise of constitutionally protected rights, which was prepared under the supervision of Professor Víctor Muñiz-Fraticelli.
Speaker: Dr. Beverly Baker DISETalks! is a well-attended forum for members of the DISE community, both students and faculty, to come together and share their work on research and/or pedagogy. In DISE we are fortunate to have a group of students and faculty who use a wide range of research and pedagogical approaches and methodologies. DISETalks! celebrates this diversity and aims to provide a forum for members of the DISE community to share and to learn from one another.
Presentation by Dr. Brook Martin Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical, NH Measuring the Safety of Spinal Surgery for Degenerative Diseases and the Implications on Health Policy