Interested in improving your science writing skills? If you're an undergrad Science student and intend to take a Research Project course you may be interested in "Science Writing" (REDM 399).
Need help with your science writing? If you're like most scientists, explaining your research to others can be challenging. To help you communicate your ideas to specialists and non-specialists alike, Prof. Linda Cooper offers two intensive graduate seminar courses, "Writing Science Articles 1" and "Writing Science Articles 2." The writing skills taught in these courses can be applied to the full manuscript, grant proposals and review articles.
We are expanding our collection space with additional compact shelving in order to reunite the management material previously housed in an offsite storage facility. The Management print collection will be much more accessible. The Library will remain open while the improvements take place, from mid-August to mid-September 2007. We apologize for any inconvenience.
In order to provide improved study space and increased access to computers, Schulich Library is currently undergoing renovations. The library will remain open for the duration of the work. We are making every effort to keep the collection accessible and the disruption to a minimum. We apologize for any inconvenience the renovations may cause. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
The McGill Bookstore wants your used textbooks. The Bookstore will be buying used textbooks in the store from Monday, August 27, to Friday, August 31, and from Tuesday, September 4, to Friday, September 7. The hours are 10 am-5 pm. Receive up to 50% IN CASH for your used textbooks. Visit the Bookstore website and click on "Cash for Books" to see if your book is wanted and find out how much money you will receive.
Leacock Building and Arts Building hallways. Summer 2007 interns display photos of their internship experiences.
Saturday, September 29, 2007: A debriefing session for all returning Summer 2007 interns, hosted by the Centre for Intercultural Learning. Please note that attendance is by invitation only.
From Monday, October 1, to Monday, October 22, 2007, in the Leacock Building and Arts Building hallways, Summer 2007 interns display photos of their internship experiences.
Be sure to visit our newly designed online internships database, a compilation of more than 700 host organizations with pre-existing internship programs spanning more than 20 departments and areas of interest. Searchable by location, level of study and area of interest, it provides an excellent starting point for students searching for their ideal internship.