Congratulations to Professors David Zuroff and Debbie Moskowitz, whose contributions to Psychology have been recognized by the Canadian Psychological Association.
Positions available within the federal government for undergraduate and graduate students: Health Canada & Canada School of Public Service campus visits
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The LibQUAL+ survey is a web-administered survey developed by the ARL (Association of Research Libraries). It is used around the world to assess the performance of academic libraries. A large sample group has been randomly selected to participate in the LibQUAL+ 2008 survey. We are relying on random sampling to obtain an accurate reflection of the views of our users. Better understanding our users' expectations will help us tailor services to their needs.
It was with sadness that the Faculty of Law of McGill University learned of the passing of the Honourable Louis-Philippe de Grandpré on January 24, 2008. He was 90.
Two students working with Dr. Korner-Bitensky of the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Anita Petzold (BSc OT and future MSc candidate) and Marie Josée Perrier (MSc candidate in Epidemiology and Biostatistics), have received a CIHR CanDRIVE summer fellowship. Initiated in 2002, the Canadian Driving Research Initiative for Vehicular Safety in the Elderly (CanDRIVE) is an interdisciplinary health-related research program dedicated to improving the safety of older drivers.
Straight from the Tucson Mineral Show. We have minerals from Quebec, China, Russia, Malawi, Brazil, Burma, India, Florida, Morocco, Peru, Bolivia, Madagascar, etc. Geology students and teachers take note!! March 19 and 20, Bronfman Building Lobby, 1001 Sherbrooke W., 9 am-5 pm.
Sean McDermott, Canadian Sales Representative for the Economist Intelligence Unit, will be visiting McGill on Thursday, March 13, at 2:00 pm to provide a session on EIU.com. The session will take place in the Cyberthèque E-Classroom in the basement of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Redpath Building. If you have any questions about the session and to RSVP please contact Amber Lannon (amber [dot] lannon [at] mcgill [dot] ca).
Would you like to express any concerns or raise any issues about the Library? Want to help the SSMU spend over $600,000 on the McGill Library? Then come out to the SSMU's Open Forum on Libraries! Tuesday March 11, 2008, 5:00-6:00 pm, in the Lev Bukman Council Room, 2nd floor, Shatner Building.