McGill users now have trial access to The Electronic Enlightenment, a new digital resource from Oxford. EE offers online access to the correspondence of nearly 6000 writers including Addison, Bentham, Boswell, Defoe, Hobbes, Hume, Kant, Locke, Pope, Rousseau, Smith, Swift, Sterne, and Voltaire.
Frank Dawson Adams Building, Room 5, 11:00 a.m.
The World Water Week in Stockholm is the leading annual global meeting place for capacity-building, partnership-building and follow-up on the implementation of international processes and programmes in water and development.
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Doctors for Global Health: 2008 General Assembly. This participatory event is an opportunity to come together and meet others working to advance health and human rights. It's a time to learn, support one another, have fun and re-energize yourself to continue working for social justice in your own community and around the world.
This two week, multi disciplinary continuing education course is globally unique in that it brings together a body of technical expertise common to the control of human airborne infections. These include tuberculosis (including drug resistant strains), pandemic influenza, SARS, and selected bioterrorism agents.
Observations of unique twin-pulsar star system show effects of general relativity
This conference will focus on experience and actions from Uganda, but also from all around the world, providing invaluable lesson learning with the potential to inform local actions, internationally provide solutions, knowledge to the problems affecting water, hygiene and sanitation sector.
Marie Giguère, BCL’75, was honoured with the James Robb Award for her exceptional work as a volunteer at a reception held at the Dean’s home on June 22, 2008.