McGill’s Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Office of Sustainability, and the Post-Graduate Students Society, are proud to host the third annual Three Minutes to Change the World, a TED-talk style event featuring McGill graduate students giving three-minute presentations about their research initiatives and their impact on the community. Presentations are welcome in either English or French.
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Tuesday, Feb. 04 2014, 7:00 PM EST
KARL MOORE – This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to [associate professor] Glen Dowell from the [Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management] at Cornell University.
Cognition and Circuits Seminar: The Brain Health Now Project: One Model for Linking Fundamental and Clinical Research
Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery
The 17th Annual Brenda Milner Lecture in Cognitive Neuroscience: Reward, dopamine, and what is driving you
Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
Poster Presentations by members of the Neuropsychology/Cognitive
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