Special presentation by Visiting Scholar Stewart Wallis.
Democratic strategist Adam Sharon and North American Studies professor at McGill University Tom Velk discuss and debate their performance. CTV News
For more than 20 years, Centraide has marked the launch of its annual fundraising campaign with a joyous public march through downtown Montreal. Join us for Centraide’s March of 1,000 Umbrellas on Thursday, September 29.
“At a time when the regime is inviting the world to invest in Iran and trying to attract diaspora Iranians, these arrests aren’t going to make anyone feel secure about doing business in Iran,” said Payam Akhavan, an associate professor of international law at McGill University. The Toronto Star
[Former Macdonald student] Prosanta Chakrabarty travels the world searching for fish that few humans have ever seen. The LSU researcher wants to learn what these underwater unknowns can teach about evolution and the history of the earth.
He's a modern-day explorer, swimming through murky waters and diving into caves in search of seldom-seen species.
Scholarly Communication in the Digital Era
Dr. Vincent Lariviere
3661 Peel Room 106
This talk is free and open to all. Please arrive early to secure a seat
How do you measure hunger? If anyone can tell you, it’s Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez, Margaret Gilliam Faculty Scholar in Food Security and Director of the McGill Institute for Global Food Security.
“Hunger and food insecurity are very complex phenomena affecting people and countries in different ways,” says Melgar-Quiñonez. “In order to estimate how many people are undernourished or food insecure, we needed diverse methods of quantifying hunger.”
Le roman pour explorer le monde et la vie: En conversation avec Isabelle Daunais, lauréate du Prix Killam 2016
Le Bureau de la vice-principale (recherche et innovation), en collaboration avec les Fiducies Killam, vous invite à une soirée en compagnie de la lauréate du Prix Killam 2016 en sciences humaines, Isabelle Daunais, professeure au Département d
Margaret A. Gilliam Fellowship recipient June Po is a PhD candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences; June works on food security, focusing on the relationships between food security and women’s access to land resources in dryland Kenya. In early 2015, she returned to the rural communities in Kenya to report her research findings to smallholder farmers. This effort has so far been extremely valuable, as she learned multiple ways of translating research into practice.