We are pleased to invite you and your family to Medical Idol, the annual Med/Dent Talent Show taking place May 21st at Club Soda. This year’s event will feature entertaining acts prepared by 1st year medical students and professors.
Bombardier's new CEO is expected to be on the hot seat next week as he meets for the first time with shareholders who are clamouring for a turnaround plan after enduring a rough year by the struggling transportation giant. After just six weeks on the job, Alain Bellemare is unlikely to be blamed for the company's poor financial performance, which drove its shares down 45 per cent in the past year and 66 per cent since 2011.
Two student-athletes from McGill University -- basketball star Mariam Sylla and hockey player Cedric McNicoll -- were initiated as honourary Calgarians on Sunday. The dynamic duo are representing the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec among eight national finalists for the 23rd annual BLG Awards.
Read full article: McGill Athletics, May 3, 2015
Seminar - "Assessing an Undergraduate Medical Education Innovation: The First Year of the McGill Longitudinal Family Medicine Experience" with Charo Rodriguez and Leonora Lalla
Grand Rounds: "The Future of Cultural Psychiatry: Cultural Phenomenology, Critical Neuroscience and Global Mental Health" - Dr. Laurence Kirmayer
Dr. Hashana Perera, a family physician and faculty lecturer in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill, has published an opinion piece in the Montreal Gazette detailing how she believes Bill 20 will discourage the practice of family medicine. Please see the full article for more details.
To all Finance Users
In support of the Year-End effort, the processing of journals, IDC’s and manual encumbrances (Banner forms FGAJVCQ, FGAJVCD and FGAENCB) will not be accessible from Thursday, May 7th, 9:00 AM until Friday, May 8th, 9:00 AM. We apologize for the inconvenience.
As part of "Science Rendez-vous," celebrated across the country on Saturday May 9, we will be presenting the "Science of Magic" and "Fun with Chemistry" at the Otto Maass Chemistry Building.
Joe Schwarcz’s new book, “Monkeys, Myths and Molecules” is to be launched at the McGill University bookstore on May 12 at 5:30. Everyone is invited to hear some fun stories and even experience a little magic!
The many faces of information technology interruptions: A taxonomy and preliminary investigation of their performance effects
Authors: Addas, S., Pinsonneault, A.
Publication: Information Systems Journal