SKEPTICAL INQUIRER: Miracles are pretty rare events. Except on television’s Dr. Oz Show, where they appear with astonishing frequency. Oz of course doesn’t claim to raise the dead or part the Red Sea, but he does raise people’s hopes of parting with their flab. And he’s certainly not shy about flinging the word miracle about. But it seems miracles fade as quickly as they appear.
McGill graduates figured prominently in two of the 11 awards in the annual Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence program.
Engineer, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Boston. Lecturer, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, MIT. "Design (R)evolution: New Approaches to Structural Design and Performance." Steel Structures Education Foundation Lecture.
Professor, École d'architecture, Université Laval, Québec. "A Topology of the Everyday." Followed by a book presentation.
Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, McGill University. "Housing for Spatial Justice."
Principal, Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Paris. "To Re-enchant the City." Sheila Baillie Lecture.
Playwright. "Private Jokes, Public Places."
An exhibition of student work from the Fall 2013 U3 Architectural Modelling course (ARCH 512, Prof. Michael Jemtrud). Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Vernissage: Tuesday 14 January at 5:00 p.m.