Join Lilith Wyatt and Brent Mansfield in a discussion about the opportunities, benefits and challenges of Applied Student Research.
Universities have the potential to be living laboratories and be leaders in supporting sustainable food systems. Independent studies, campus-community consultant projects and on campus action research have been avenues for student engagement, relevant research and food systems change.
This webinar is open to all faculty, students, administrators, community organizations and anyone interested in learning!
How McGill perpetuates ableism.
Published on September 23 | McGill Daily
Written by Ralph Haddad
A group of McGill students has been awarded $1 million for undernourished communities in urban slums.
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You are invited to participate in the 2013 Montreal Food Justice Convergence organized by Justice Alimentaire pour Montréal (JAM).
The goal of JAM is to build connections between communities and universities, activists, farmers and entrepreneurs toward a more equitable and resilient food system for Montreal. Join us as we strengthen our collective efforts!
Even if the reputation and rebirth of our city is at stake and there are no shortage of civic subjects to complain about, the will to create change that characterized the provincial election campaign and student strikes last year has yet to be seen or felt with the same passion gearing up for the municipal decision on Nov. 3.
McGill's Personal and Cultural Enrichment Program (PACE) is excited to announce A Taste of Wilderness: Wild and Foraged Foods in Quebecois Cuisine and Culture
Are you a McGill student interested in getting to know the Montréal food movement? Are you passionate about creating a just, nutritious, safe, and healthy food system in Montréal?
CKUT 90.3 FM, Climate Justice Montreal and the McGill Office of Sustainability present a year-long, monthly lecture series on climate change research and justice, known as Under The Weather.
Join us at the Under the Weather series launch with Amy Miller, director of The Carbon Rush, who discusses the concept of "Climate Justice" and the importance of popular education tools that provide critical, structural analysis.
Speaker: Amy Miller, director of the Carbon Rush
Date: Thursday, September 12th
No one is here to talk about time. The research-creation event Time Forms: The Temporalities of Aesthetic Experience 2013 is dedicated to the aesthetic experience of time.
Curated by Eric Lewis, Stephen McAdams and Alanna Thain
But instead of just lecturing about the temporalities of their respective art, each of the presenters at the event will offer a 'time form' to be shared and experienced by the audience.
Students interested in learning more about MICLA's work and how to participate are invited to a preliminary meeting from 4pm to 6 pm on Thursday September 19th, Room 617 Leacock Building.
Over the last twenty years, Canadian miners have become the most influential group within the continent’s mining sector.