Public roundtable on the relationship between communications researchers and the practice of communication policy in Canada. With Marilyn Burgess (Telefilm Canada), Donald MacLean (consultant, former DOC/ITU official), Elizabeth Roscoe (Canadian Association of Broadcasters). Moderator: Richard Schultz, Political Science, McGill.
Keynote address: Sandra Braman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Moderator: Marc Raboy, Communication Studies, McGill.
hp-finite elements for Maxwell equations: Discrete compactness and hp-convergence for Maxwell eigenvalues
McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar: Leszek Demkowicz, University of Texas at Austin
Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar: Glenn Stevens, BU
Presented by the Montreal Chapter of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. John English, University of Waterloo and Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), on his new biography of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, which covers the years from his birth in 1919 to his election as prime minister in 1968. The public is welcome.
Sponsored by Migraine Zéro Support Group
Come celebrate the holiday season with other McGill grads. As always, we'll mingle over fine wine and hors d'oeuvres. Bring a small gift for annual white elephant gift exchange (limit $10). Tim lives right across from Stanford Mall, so it's a great opportunity to get in some holiday shopping before or after the party. We look forward to seeing you!
Documentary about children born of rape in Nicaragua, South Korea, Rwanda, Bangladesh and Bosnia. Presenter: Seana Pasic (Law I), who did research for the Bosnia portion of the documentary. A presentation of the Human Rights Working Group. Be advised that the film contains disturbing content.
Regretfully, due to an illness, Dr Anand Grover's lecture has been cancelled.
Dr. Fahima Nekka, Faculty of Pharmacy, Université de Montréal