Launch of research report: Optimizing health outcomes for HIV-infected refugees from sub-Saharan Africa
The Centre of Resources, Interventions and Services in Sexual Health (CRISS) and the Immunodeficiency Service of the Royal Victoria Hospital (Thoracic Institute of Montreal, MUHC, HIV/AIDS Specialist Team) invite you to the launch of this joint research report. Please confirm attendance.
Presentations by AUCC's 2007 award recipients Sybil Thompson and Kyle Gervais. Cocktail reception to follow.
Information session designed to help students find, fund and successfully complete an internship in their field of study.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada Students for Development Award - information session
Information for students wishing to apply for the AUCC Students for Development Award 2008.
Placement tests are for students who have studied Chinese outside McGill. No reservation needed.
Has education really changed since 1857? How will it look in 2057? Find out at the Faculty's commemoration of 150 years of teacher education at McGill. Revisit the past through our historical exhibition of photographs and artifacts. Let our professors inform you about the latest developments in education. Our students will dazzle you with their vision of the future of education.
The celebration will begin with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a musical odyssey that will take you from the late 15th century to the futuristic sounds of electronica. Enjoy a four-course banquet and hear the inspiring words of our keynote speaker, Richard W. Pound, Chancellor of McGill University and former Vice-President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Dinner will be followed by a screening of the documentary film "150 Years from Normal," produced by Faculty of Education students. To conclude the celebration, McGill's Faculty of Music Big Band will have the ballroom swinging. This is a fabulous opportunity to reconnect with old friends or to host your class reunion, so reserve your table now!
Please join your fellow McGill alumni and friends for a networking Happy Hour at Lei Dou.
Car Free Day takes place annually in approximately 1,500 cities worldwide to raise awareness about the impact of transportation decisions on the health of both humans and the earth. LOWER CAMPUS WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL PARKING (except disabled). Limited circulation permitted on as-needed basis.