Macdonald College alumni will gather with local dignitaries, politicians and McGill University officials, faculty and staff to pay tribute to the founder of Macdonald Campus during the unveiling of a statue on Saturday morning as part of the university’s Homecoming celebrations.
This week will include guest speakers, panel discussions, workshops and a photography contest. Log-in to myFuture for more details.
The theme this year, "Checking In: Health for All or Health for Some?", promises to provide an opportunity to reflect the thirty years that have passed since the World Health Organization endorsed the vision of Alma Ata, "Health for All", and to collectively question whether and how Health for All remains our vision today.
Canadian physicists say they have discovered a previously unknown state of matter that could have a momentous impact on creation of new electronic devices. McGill University researchers say the new state of matter, a quasi-three- dimensional electron crystal, is a material very much like those used in the fabrication of modern transistors.
A new and innovative MUHC project called DOVE aims to do its part by helping women and their doctors detect and treat it in its early stages.
Dr. Lucy Gilbert, Chief of Gynecological Oncology at the McGill University Health Centre, will speak about a program called Detecting OVarian Cancer Early, or DOVE. Space is limited.
Join the McGill Alumni Association of Boston, and other area groups, as we work to restore a section of the parklands along the Charles River.
Dr. Thomas Albright, from The Salk Insititute will speak on "In Your Mind's Eye: Common Neural Substrates for Seeing and Remembering". Free admission.
Phonological development by children with typical and atypical speech-sound development: The acquisition (or not) of a (really) complex system. Joint presentation by Drs. Jan Edwards and Benjamin Munson
CRLMB Distinguished Lecture Series presentation
- Oct. 24