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21 Mar 2019
to
2 May 2019

MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until May 2 for units following the default period (or until April 14 for units following the condensed period).

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EndNote Essentials

25 Apr 2019 15:00
16:30

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote. Learn how to organize the references in groups, produce bibliographies, attach files to your references, insert bibliographic citations in your papers in your chosen style, and more. Note: The session will be taught on Windows computers, but Mac users are also welcome to attend since the program's functionality is the same on both platforms. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Spring Spruce Up Day

4 May 2019 09:00
13:00

Come and join the Friends of the Morgan Arboretum (FMA) Committee for spring clean-up. Tasks will include raking leaves in Blossom Corner and removing dead branches off the trails. This will be a great opportunity to meet and share ideas with the Committee and fellow members.

WHAT TO WEAR: work gloves, waterproof boots and weather-appropriate clothing

Forest Spring Flowers 1

4 May 2019 11:00
12:30

This is THE time of year to see the wild flowers on a stroll through the maple grove in full bloom. Biologist Robert Prairie will introduce you to different species of spring ephemerals, their life cycles and reproductive strategies.

World Migratory Bird Day Spring Walk

11 May 2019 07:00
11:00

Head out with Betsy McFarlane and become familiar with our local spring birds through guided observation! Come and search the Arboretum for as many spring migrants as possible. Learn about their natural history and discover the diversity of bird life here at the Morgan Arboretum.

We expect to encounter the following species of early warblers - click the name to see ID tips & listen to their calls:

Forest Spring Flowers 2

11 May 2019 11:00
12:30

This is THE time of year to see the wild flowers on a stroll through the maple grove in full bloom. Biologist Robert Prairie will introduce you to different species of spring ephemerals, their life cycles and reproductive strategies.

FAES Faculty Council Meeting

17 May 2019 14:30

Please mark these dates in your calendar. The dates for the 2018-19 Faculty Council Meetings are as follows:

2018

Friday, September 21 Friday, October 19 Friday, November 16 Friday, December 14

2019

Friday, January 18 Friday, February 15 Friday, March 15 Friday, April 12Friday, May 17

Where the Wild Things Are

19 May 2019 10:00
12:00

Explore the world of little creatures: insects, salamanders, frogs, etc. Take family and friends out on an excursion with naturalist Scott Pemberton for some up close encounters with wildlife.

Language:English and French

Wear: Appropriate outdoor clothing including waterproof boots

Bring: Camera, binoculars, field guides, water and a snack

Cost (tax and parking included): Adults: $15 / Children: $10

Survival in the Wild: Useful Plants

1 Jun 2019 10:00
13:00

 

Plants are your friends, but they can only help you if you get to know them first! In this activity, join Sarah Dixon to learn about the kinds of trees and forest plants that provide everything from rope to emergency medicine.

Spring Convocation (FAES "A")

5 Jun 2019 10:00
12:00

Mark your calendars for Spring Convocation for Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences "A"

PhD, MSc, MScA, BEng, and BSc

Bioresource Engineering Dietetics Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry Food Science and Nutritional Sciences Food Science Human Nutrition Nutrition Nutritional Science and Food Science

Spring Convocation (FAES "B")

5 Jun 2019 14:30
16:30

Mark your calendars for Spring Convocation for Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences "B"

PhD, MSc, or MScA, B Eng and BSc, and BSc

The Summer Night Sky

8 Jun 2019 20:00
21:30

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Montreal Centre is holding a Star Party featuring a one-hour talk by David Shuman. If the sky is clear, the conference will be followed by outdoor observation: join enthusiastic stargazers for some spectacular views of the night sky, through the 14" telescope in the Bellevue Observatory and the other telescopes made available to you by RASC members.

Wear appropriate outdoor clothing.

Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)

6 Jul 2019 20:00
21:30

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Montreal Centre is holding a Star Party featuring a one-hour talk by Dianea Phillips. If the sky is clear, the conference will be followed by outdoor observation: join enthusiastic stargazers for some spectacular views of the night sky, through the 14" telescope in the Bellevue Observatory and the other telescopes made available to you by RASC members. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing.

What's in this Pond?

27 Jul 2019 10:00
12:00

Join Sarah Dixon on a tour of the pond as a habitat for aquatic creatures. Using a net, we’ll scoop, search, and look through the muck to find insect larva, tadpoles, and maybe even a newt!

Language: English and FrenchWear: Appropriate outdoor clothing including waterproof bootsBring: Camera, binoculars, field guides, water and a snackCost (tax and parking included): Adults: $15 / Children: $10

Photographing a Meteor Shower

9 Aug 2019 20:00
21:30

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Montreal Centre is holding a Star Party featuring a one-hour talk by Marc Ricard. If the sky is clear, the conference will be followed by outdoor observation: join enthusiastic stargazers for some spectacular views of the night sky, through the 14" telescope in the Bellevue Observatory and the other telescopes made available to you by RASC members.

Wear appropriate outdoor clothing.

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