Provost to notify all about outcome of SL applications if results are tending towards a negative outcome so that additional consultations may occur
Provost notifies all applicants if tending toward a negative decision.
From Norman customary law to the offshore trust: How Jersey and its legal system measure up in the 21st century
Paul Matthews, King's College, London, UK
Come exercise and honour the memory of a very special athlete, researcher, teacher and friend. Co-sponsored by Club de Hockey Canadien Inc., Eastman (coursepacks), Clinique de Médécine Sportive du MAA, McGill Sports Medicine Clinic. Donations from non-participants/supporters gratefully accepted (minimum $30; tax receipt).
This is one conference not to be missed! There is still time to register; visit the link below.
There is an emergency. The crisis of poverty and inequality has reached an unbelievable scale, with more people dying from extreme poverty in the last 10 years than in all the wars of the 20th century put together. The most tragic part is that we can afford to stop these deaths. The world has never been richer, yet has never left so many to die. Please join the School of Social Work and the Centre for Developing-Area Studies on a march to STAND UP and "make poverty history." Registration begins at 2:35 pm at the Milton Gates on University St. (next to the Social Work building). This is your chance to Stand Up and Speak Out for the 50,000 people who die from extreme poverty and the millions more suffering from a lack of food, clean water, health care, education, peace and security. Help us by being part of the growing movement of people who say NO to extreme poverty and join us on October 17.
Asher Susser, Moshe Dayan Centre for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University. Prof. Susser is author of "The PLO after the War in Lebanon" (1985, in Hebrew), "On Both Banks of the Jordan: A Political Biography of Wasfi al-Tall" (1994) and "Jordan, Case Study of a Pivotal State" (2000), co-editor of "At the Core of the Conflict: The Intifada" (1992, in Hebrew) and "The Hashemites in the Modern Arab World" (1995), and editor of "Six-Days, Thirty Years: New Perspectives on the Six-Day War" (1999, in Hebrew). Space is limited; priority will be given to faculty, graduate students and MES students.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz is back to entertain you and your family! When people think of science, images of fascinating colour changes, explosions, incomprehensible formulas, undecipherable diagrams and toxic waste often spring to mind. This presentation uses dozens of demonstrations, including puffs and bangs and yes, magic, to illustrate why the study of matter and the changes it undergoes is central to our lives. Suitable for children 8 years and older.
Get together with members of the McGill Alumni Association of Boston and volunteers from the Boston College Emerging Leaders Program and the Boston University Honors Program as we help restore a section of the parklands along the Charles River. Activities include trimming the banks of the river, pruning trees, helping to control invasive plant species and planting a new landscape. Children 10 years old and up are welcome to pitch in!
Fourth Annual John Jacob Spector Lecture: Carol Clover, University of California, Berkeley