A wonder-filled week of the brain
A special presentation on how and where to find "green jobs". Do not miss this eye opening seminar to find out where you can start your career.
This career fair targets organizations that offer environmental-related career opportunities in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Come and listen to environmental professionals talk about their experiences and the skills they have developed as a result of their career path. By attending this panel, you will have the opportunity to:
• Hear about different career options
• Get advice on the job search
• Network and insight on career paths in the environmental sector
Antoine Pin, Groupe Uni des Éducateurs-Naturalists et Professionelles en Environnement GUEPE
10:00 - 11:00
This seminar will explain the various environmental career options within a variety of industries
This session will hopefully answer your questions about the “Where”, “What” and “How” to apply to graduate studies in the environment.
The Changing Nature of Development: Implications for Traditional Donors. Guest lecture by Sajjad Rahman
Dr. Rahman obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from the Carleton University, Ottawa, in 1985. He specialized in international trade and finance. His thesis was on the demand for money in Asian developing economies and he was awarded a Ford Foundation International Dissertation Fellowship to undertake this work. He has a number of publications primarily on Asian development.
When it comes to combining both sport and academic achievement it is hard to top Simon and Hélène Bibeau, siblings who attend Montreal’s McGill University.
Simon Bibeau, 22, is the starting point guard for McGill’s men’s outfit, the two-time Quebec conference champion who will lead the sixth-ranked Redmen into the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s basketball championship, beginning Friday in Ottawa.
In a recent New York Times column, “How to Get a Job at Google,” Thomas Friedman interviews Laszlo Bock, the company’s senior vice president for people operations (which seems to be Google-speak for talent management). Bock notes that because constant innovation is increasingly a group endeavor, people who succeed in the company “tend to be those with a lot of soft skills: leadership, humility, collaboration, adaptability, and loving to learn and re-learn.”
The Scientific Director of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute Research Centre, Professor Brigitte Kieffer, will receive the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Award in a ceremony to take place on March 19, in Paris.
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law invites you to a conference that will examine the cohabitation, in Canada, of the civil law and the common law. Our main speaker will be the Hon. Marie Deschamps. Her respondents will be Professor Adrian Popovici and Professor Stephen Smith.