Catholicism and Canadian Liberalism. Lecture by The Honourable Paul Martin Jr., Former Prime Minister of Canada.
Reconciliation means not having to say sorry twice: Implications of the historic ruling of the CHRT for reconciliation
McGill University’s School of Social Work and the Faculty of Law are proud to present an Annie MacDonald Langstaff - Margot E. Halpenny Lecture by Dr.
Grand Rounds: "Inborn Errors of Metabolism (IEM) with neuropsychiatric expressions"- Dr. Yannis Trakadis
Selon la géographe historique de l’Université McGill Sherry Olson, tout est une question d’échelle. «Les statistiques qu’on va obtenir dépendent vraiment de la façon dont on les mesure.» Journal Métro
Op-ed by Kim Samuel of the Institute for the Study of International Development. Huffington Post
Op-ed by Vandna Sinha, assistant professor, Ashleigh Delaye, master’s student and Nico Trocmé, director of the School of Social Work. Montreal Gazette
On behalf of the Research Committee of the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), your host Dr. Paul Zanazanian cordially invites you to our Research Forum, March 15, 2016
As music can engage human listeners, birdsong appears to engage bird listeners: but how? In one study we tested how birds synchronize calls and songs to promote social engagement.
Doctoral Oral Defence: Roselor François, “An investigation of catholic education and the predicament of democracy in Haiti”
Doctoral Oral Defence
Department of Integrated Studies in Education
By Cynthia Lee