Workshop on caring for a person with a terminal illness. This film, involving the issues and needs of young people, deals with grief, and will be followed by a discussion led by some of the adolescents in the film. Introduced by Dawn Cruchet, BN, MEd, CT, grief educator.
R. David Bourke Memorial Lecture and book signing by Dr. Marla Shapiro. Co-sponsored by Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom and the Ovarian Support Circle. Free public lecture.
Richard Sandbrook, Political Science, University of Toronto. A light lunch will be served.
Exhibition by BuildAid. Monday to Friday, 9 to 5. Vernissage at 5 + lecture at 6 ("BuildAid: An Architectural Response to Man-Made Disasters in Manila") on Monday, November 27.
1. Sibtain Saqib, graduate student: Novel concepts for improving quality of processed fruits and vegetables. 2. Yu Xiuzhu, visiting student: Assessment of spectral reconstitution FTIR spectroscopy (SR-FTIR) to facilitate the transmission analysis of viscous liquids.
Dr. Alastair Ferguson, Dept of Physiology,Queen's University
Fabrication of self assembling nanomaterials and its application in nerve injury repair and animal surgical hemostasis
Dr. Xiaojun Zhao, Nanomedicine Institute, Sichuan University
Dr. Mei Zhen, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, University of Toronto
Dr. Karl Fernandes, Dept of Pathology and Cellular Biology, Université de Montréal
Worldwide celebration promoting the importance of international education. The benefits of international education stem from intercultural exchanges. During this week, McGill's International Student Services (ISS) office is organizing events revolving around international education.