Discover McGill's Graduate Orientation Open House & Welcome will be hosted in Thomson House, 3650 McTavish Street, the hub of graduate student life on campus. This university orientation will provide you with information and introductions that will help ensure you have a strong start to your graduate and/or postdoctoral career at McGill. For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.mcgill.ca/firstyear/grad-students/winter-orientation
The deadline to submit feed files to Financial Services for fiscal period 8 (transactions dated December 1st - 31st) is January 8th. View the complete transaction submission schedule.
As part of the Infection and Immunity Seminar Series, Dr. Timothy Hand from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, National Institutes of Health will be giving a lecture entitled “Long-term immune consequences of gastrointestinal infection".
Academic advising for new students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Students should contact their Academic Advisor for an appointment.
with piano, harpsichord, chamber organ and fortepiano. Tickets available at the door only. Schulich School of Music ticket policy will be honored.
Mini-MBA for changing times This flagship program condenses key topics from leading MBA and EMBA courses into eight high impact days. It is designed to boost your career success through a comprehensive understanding of the pillars of business: strategy, marketing, financial acumen, negotiations and people skills.
myCourses will be unavailable on Sunday, January 12, from 1 am to 7 am during scheduled monthly maintenance. See all scheduled monthly downtimes for myCourses.
Internship 2 begins for students in the MATL program. Refer to Office of Student Teaching website for details:http://www.mcgill.ca/ost/
Deadline for McGill students to obtain approval from their faculty (except the Faculty of Law which has an earlier deadline) to participate in a student exchange in Fall 2014 and/or Winter 2015 term.
Lectures begin in Special Intensive English and French at Continuing Studies.
Intended for all members of the McGill University Pension Plan; of most interest to those members approaching retirement. The following topics will be covered: understanding the importance of planning for your retirement; understanding the retirement options and decisions you will need to make, and determining if you will have enough sufficient money at retirement. The differences between Life Income Funds (LIFs) and annuities.