Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Senior student seminar
On the Contemporaneous Reporting of Income-Increasing and Income-Decreasing Special Items: Initial Evidence
Date: April 11, 2014
Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Room 310
In the news: Cyber forensics research by Dr. Fung of the School of Information Studies featured in McGill's Headway magazine
Dr. Benjamin Fung's work on cyber forensics and data mining is featured in the latest edition of Headway magazine, which highlights the best of research, discovery, and innovation at McGill University.
Read the full text article about Dr. Fung's research and cyber forensic tool in Headway, Volume 8, Number 1 Spring 2014: The Big Picture on Big Data - 002//Cyber Forensics.
In the news: School of Information Studies Director France Bouthillier interviewed by Ottawa Citizen re: national library catalogue move to OCLC
McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) Director Dr. France Bouthillier was interviewed for an April 1, 2014 article by the Ottawa Citizen regarding the outsourcing by Library and Archives Canada (LAC) of the national AMICUS catalogue to the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) library cooperative.
Read the full article here.
We are proud to announce the launch of the “ Oncology for Practicing Physicians” on April 1st, 2014.
This course was created by the Office of Continuing Health Professional Education and the Oncology Department of McGill University.
It is a comprehensive, accredited, online course for practicing physicians with 9 modules (Oncology 1)
Oncology 2, with 8 modules, will be coming later this year.
Dept. of Pediatrics and Neurobiology
Duke University School of Medicine
In the white tent on the lower campus. Reception to follow for graduates, family and friends at the School in the Exhibition Room at approximately noon.
Travel photographs by Jack Goldsmith. Jack Goldsmith (1949-2014) was McGill’s photographer since 1976; he co-founded the Montreal Carpet Appreciation Society in 1978; he was a rug and rare book collector on West and East Asian art, travel and T.E. Lawrence. He studied photography at Dawson College, graduated from Concordia University in Anthropology and taught both subjects intermittently. At the end of his life he was preparing a photo exhibition: portraits of people, children and characters of good cheer taken during his travels around the globe.
Miranda Campbell, DISE PhD 2010 graduate and now professor of English at Dawson College has been short-listed for the prestigious 16th Annual Donner Prize. Her book "Out of the Basement: Youth Cultural Production in Practice and in Policy is one of five books vying for the 2013/2014 Donner Prize, the award for the best public policy book by a Canadian. Dr. Campbell's book was based on her dissertation which was supervised by Dr. Bronwen Low.