The Career Development Office is hosting an information session for law students who are in their first year of studies, to explain the role of the CDO and the resources available to students.
Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Evan Fox-Decent, professor of immigration and refugee law at the McGill Faculty of Law. Panelists Me. Noel Saint-Pierre (immigration and refugee lawyer), Mary Foster (The Coalition for Adil) and Samir Shaheen Hussain (No One Is Illegal and Solidarity Across Borders) will address some of the contentious areas of immigration and refugee law and policy in Canada. Discussion topics centre around inadmissibility in the context of sexual orientation and gender, HIV/AIDS, security certificates and health. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served. This panel discussion is made possible through the collaboration of OutLaw, RadLaw, HRWG and QPIRG.
Since its opening in 1882, the Redpath Museum has played a central role in McGill's social and academic life. The Museum has recently completed major gallery renovations and enhanced its public education role. Ms. Ingrid Birker, who is in charge of Public Education and Programming, will outline the Redpath's present and future plans and, with students from the Redpath Museum Club, will lead members on a tour of the building. Reception 5 pm; presentation 5:30 pm; tour 6:30 pm. All are welcome.
Determination of free fatty acids in edible oils using a variable filter array (VFA) IR spectrometer
Yue (Dennis) Li (graduate student)
Alberta Ayree (graduate student)
Expression of histone modifying proteins in pig embryos presenting high and low developmental competence
Audrey Wachter (graduate student)
Christine Lafleur (graduate student)
Bushansingh Baurhoo (graduate student)
Topics on milk quality: A Brazilian dairy industry overview, and losses due to sub-clinical mastitis
Prof. J.W. Durr, Rio Grande de Sol, Brazil
Shawna Saint-Phar, graduate student