Travis Thomson, Biology, McGill
Lectures begin in Special Intensive English, Special Intensive French and General Studies non-credit courses at Continuing Education
Deadline for Web withdrawing (grade of 'W') from multi-term courses (D1/ D2, N1/ N2) that started in Summer 2007 (with fee refund for Fall term) for students in...
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Continuing Education, Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Religious Studies, Social Work, and Science (no withdrawals from Education Intensive courses). NOTE: Please note that students in multi-term courses with course numbers ending in N1 and N2 only (started in the winter, skip the summer, are completed in the subsequent Fall term) may withdraw on Minerva until May 15 and following May 15 until the end of the Fall term course change period on September 18 (with full refund for the Fall term) by contacting their faculty Student Affairs Office.
Course Change (drop/ add) deadline for Fall term and first part of multi-term courses starting in September 2007 for...
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Continuing Education, Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music (except practical lessons), Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Religious Studies, Social Work, and Science. (No withdrawals from Music Ensembles after this date.) NOTE: Last day to select the S/U grade mode on Fall term electives or the first half of multi-term electives that start in September 2007. Select the S/U option through Minerva or your faculty Student Affairs Office. Rules on the S/U option can be found at the website below.
Feng Tian, graduate student
Hong Ying Gao, graduate student
Apply for an award of up to $10,000 for a 3-month summer internship. Deadline: Friday, April 20, at 4pm. Visit the link for details.
Mathieu Tremblay, Biology, McGill
Organized by Dr. Charmaine Nelson, assistant professor, Art History, and Karin Bourgeois, departmental administrator. An event marking the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire. Featuring talks on transatlantic slavery, abolitionism and the black diaspora in Canada and other contexts. Live web feed on symposium website. Full details, including list of participants and related events, on website (below). All welcome!