Stable isotopes of nitrogen and carbon as indicators of trophic position and food sources of fish communities in the Victoria and Kyoga basin lakes (Uganda)
Dr. Mbabazi Dismas, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, Jinja, Uganda
John Harvard's Brew House produces a full range of hand-crafted beers, from pale ales to malty brown beers, as well as a variety of seasonal brews. This Harvard Square hot spot is currently featuring many original beers, including the seasonal Oktoberfest beer. Kick off the fall by joining your fellow McGill alumni for pub grub and some brews.
The McGill Alumni Association of Southern Alberta is pleased to invite you to the Eighth Annual Leacock Luncheon with guest of honour and lecturer Philip E. Johnston.
For new and returning students and faculty. Come and meet MCRTW's new Director, Professor Marguerite Deslauriers, and the MCRTW staff; the Interim Chair, Professor Julia Krane, and members of the Women's Studies Advisory Committee; the new Faculty Lecturer in Women's Studies, Sabrina Hom, and other Women's Studies professors/instructors; other students registered or interested in Women's Studies and the Graduate Option in Gender and Women's Studies. Inquire about the programs offered; learn about Women's Studies internships; pick up the 2007-08 Handbook of Women's Studies Courses and the Handbook for the Graduate Option in Gender and Women's Studies. A light lunch will be served. Come join us!!
John Witte Jr., Emory Professor of Ethics, Law, and Religion. Students of the Faculty of Law are invited to attend this free lecture tackling faith, law and coexistence in a changing world, as part of the Pluralism, Politics, and God? symposium, being held at McGill, Sept. 13-15.
A lively panel with Mr. Justice David Brown (Ont. Superior Court), Prof. Marci Hamilton, Prof. Katherine Young and CNN expert Rev. Barry Lynn, Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Students of the Faculty of Law are invited to attend this free public debate tackling faith, law and coexistence in a changing world, as part of the Pluralism, Politics, and God? symposium, being held at McGill, Sept. 13-15.
Information session: Internships and policy fellowships at the McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy
Come learn about the Institute's work and hear about upcoming IHSP student research internship and policy fellowship opportunities.
Noted Afghan specialist Dr. Larry P. Goodson, General Dwight D. Eisenhower Chair of National Security, U.S. Army War College, offers an assessment of Afghanistan's future in light of its underlying cultural, economic, ethnic and political characteristics; progress (and/or the lack thereof) on the major pillars of nation-building undertaken in that country since Sept. 11, 2001; and the regional geopolitical pressures on Afghanistan. He devotes special attention to Canada's role in Afghanistan and the more general and vexing problem of management of the international community effort there (especially the US-NATO relationship). Cosponsored with REGIS.
The first full-scale biography in half a century of Canada's first prime minister, by one of our best-known and most highly regarded political writers. This first volume follows John A. Macdonald's life from his birth in Scotland to his emigration to Kingston, Ontario, the birth of his political ambitions, his commitment to the all but impossible challenge of achieving Confederation and, finally, to his presiding over the new Dominion's first Canada Day in 1867. Colourful and intensely human, Macdonald is Canada's most important prime minister. In pages brimming with anecdote, insight, detail and originality, Gwyn has created an indelible portrait of "the irreplaceable man."
Axonal motility and its modulation by activity are branch-type specific in the intact adult cerebellum
Dr. Hiroshi Nishiyama, Dept of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine