International Women's Day event at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Guided tour, followed by a food and feminism panel discussion.
Allison Pollock, graduate student
Dr Bruce Trigger, Anthropology, McGill. Lecture details available on website (below).
Contrasting roles for HCN1 channels in cerebellar and hippocampal dependent forms of learning and memory
Dr Matt Nolan, Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, Columbia University, New York
Constructing GABAergic circuits: From subcellular synapse targeting to activity-dependent plasticity
Dr Graziella Di Cristo, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York
1. Erin Williamson: Sport for children in development; 2. Sivakumar Servakaranpalayam: A rice seeder for small farms; 3. Padmini Thumula: Dining in space
Roundtable with Eric Remacle, Institute for European Studies, and Frédéric Mérand, Université de Montréal. A light lunch will be served. Please confirm your attendance by email.
Franz Kernic, research fellow, Centre for European and Russian Studies, Carleton University. Series organized by Professor Barbara Haskel, McGill.
Roundtable with Lynn Patterson, Senior Advisor on Corporate Responsibility Communications, RBC Financial Group; Armand de Mestral, Jean Monnet Chair in the Law of International Economic Integration and Co-Director, Institute for European Studies; Osman Aboubakr, lawyer with Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt; and Michael Kerr, Research Fellow, CISDL.
Renewing federal-provincial co-operation in Canada: What can be learned from the EU open method of coordination?
Round table organized by the Jean Monnet Chair In Law of International Economic Integration in partnership with the Institute for European Studies. Registration required (more information to follow).