Once again our popular MSE Speakers Series will showcase distinguished guests with diverse opinions to stimulate great discussion
The World Harmony Run will be celebrating the arrival of the international team, in Montreal on Friday, September 12th at 5:30 p.m. On the Downtown McGill Campus -lower west field.
“The Scholarly Subject of Performance” is a special lecture by Thomas C. Crochunis, Assistant Professor of English specializing in secondary English education and drama at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania.
The Food for Thought Lecture Series starts its 7th season! In keeping with the theme Challenges in the 21st Century, this series will address the World Food Supply. In this first lecture, Professor Don Smith will address "Challenges to Global Food Security in the 21st Century – An Overview"
Workshop of the “Technologies, Media, and Representations in Nineteenth-Century Britain and France” group
This is the second Workshop of the “Technologies, Media, and Representations in Nineteenth-Century Britain and France” Research Group.
The McGill Reporter is back for another academic year. To keep up with all things McGill, pick up a copy of our freshly designed paper every other Thursday just about anywhere on campus, and visit our new live news website for regular news updates.
eScholarship@McGill will be unavailable Sunday September 7 from 1:00 am to 8:00 am due to server maintenance. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.
Cutting Edge Lecture in Science by Graham Bell (Department of Biology, McGill University)
Canada is perennially a top-10 finisher in United Nations rankings as one of the best countries in the world to live in. But a new McGill University study indicates that Canada lags behind many other countries on some basic worker benefits.