Description: Interested in having all the job search tools at your disposal in one day? Come to this all day event on either Thursday, June 11 OR Tuesday, July 14 to find out how to Network & Interview effectively, learn Negotiation strategies, and write your CV & Cover letter.
The conference will be held in Brown 5001 and follows the schedule:
Description: Are you benefiting 100% from your LinkedIn experience? Many individuals are on LinkedIn but not really LinkedIn. This workshop will demonstrate how best to utilize the social networking tool and take full advantage of ALL it has to offer. In this workshop, you will learn how to build an all-star profile, build and nurture "key" connections, job search, apply LinkedIn netiquette, and create and maintain a professional presence online. Networking is not what it used to be so get ready to connect with confidence ONLINE!
Gift from graduate William Ritchie forms centrepiece of $2.5-million plan to educate the public, open campus to more visitors
A $1-million gift from Macdonald College of McGill University alumnus J. William Ritchie, BSc(Agr)'51, will provide major support for McGill’s Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in its efforts to open its Macdonald campus to more visitors and provide a unique, hands-on education into the critical role of agriculture in the food supply chain.
CaPS Acquisitions Update - May 2015
Check out our new career books and resources to help you to plan and get your dream career.
You may borrow the following books or resources at CaPS, Brown Student Services Building (room 2200)
New Books: CaPS - New Books
New titles include:
Father's lasting influence: Molecular foundations of intergenerational transmission of the paternal environment
Laval and McGill researchers team up with Health Canada and international researchers from Africa, Italy, Copenhagen and Greenland to investigate the impact of environmental exposures on the hertibale information coded in the fathers sperm and the health of offspring. The research team includes Professor Sarah Kimmins of the Department of Animal Science and is funded for $1.5 million by the Institute of Aboriginal Health, and the Institute of Gender and Health.
PhD Oral Defense: An Ecosystem Approach to Understanding Preschool Child Growth in Rural Panama: Potential Nutritional Benefits and Infection Risks of an Agricultural Intervention
PhD Oral Defense of Rachel Krause, Institute of Parasitology.
We would like to send you our warmest regards on behalf of the Career Planning Service (CaPS) and Development and Alumni Relations (DAR). Your hard work, dedication and perseverance have paid off; you should be very proud of your accomplishments.
Many doors will be opening for you as you take the next steps in your career. If you are unsure about which step to take first, McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) is available to help.
CaPS office hours are Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. During the summer, May – August CaPS will be closed from 12:00 noon – 1:30 pm.
The Brown Student Services Bldg. is open on all Summer Fridays. Please contact the Brown Bldg. Reception Desk at 398-8238 for assistance with your questions.
Friday access to the Brown Building is by the McTavish Street entrance. Student casuals, trained to greet and assist visitors, will be available at the main Reception Desk situated at this entrance.
PhD Oral Defense: In-Silico Structural and Functional Analysis of Trypanosoma brucei RNA Editing Ligases and their Interaction with their Binding Partner Proteins
PhD Oral Defense of Alireza Darissi Shaneh, Institute of Parasitology
RNA editing is a post-transcriptional modification in which a base is substituted by another one or inserted or deleted. In trypanosomatids, RNA editing is carried out by uridine insertion or deletion. A multiprotein complex, the editosome, trims the mitochondrial mRNA transcripts, and it consists of twenty know proteins out of which kinetoplastid RNA editing ligases 1 and 2 (KREL1 and KREL2) were subjects of this study.
PhD Oral Defense: Building Seed Sustaining Households: Defining Seed Security Through Informal Seed Systems and Intraspecific Diversity on Semi-Arid, Resource Poor Farms in Kenya
PhD Oral Defense of Megan Dilbone, Department of Plant Science