PhD Oral Defence: Superspecial abelian varieties, theta series and the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence
Dissertation presentation: Liz Clemens, PhD candidate, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
Prof Peter F. McNally: Presentation on "David Lloyd Johnston: Fourteenth Principal and Vice-chancellor, 1979-1994." Reception 5 pm; presentation 5:30 pm.
Run in conjunction with Dept of Athletics, clinic will focus on stroke improvement. Participants will also learn how to design effective and challenging workouts. Enrolment limited to 10 swimmers.
Enjoy a one-hour walking tour that focuses on the fossils, rocks and minerals of Montreal buildings. Led by two curators from the Redpath Museum, this tour along Sherbrooke St. West provides an opportunity to explore and discover the architectural history, paleontology, stoneworking and geological origins of some of the city's proudest institutions and monuments.
Run in conjunction with Dept of Athletics. Learn how to create effective home workout using small, inexpensive pieces of exercise equipment. Instructor will provide list of recommended equipment as well as tips on where it can be purchased and how each piece should be used. Basic weekly exercise program using your new home gym will also be outlined and demonstrated. Dress prepared for a workout.
Genevieve Morinville, Biology, McGill
A weekend dedicated to raising funds for breast cancer treatment and research. Randy Levitt and Sabrina Perri, two McGill PhD students who will participate in the event, have created the Calendar to End Breast Cancer — featuring 18 Jewish General Hospital employees — to raise money for the cause.
Dr. Patricia Birk, Manitoba Transplant Program, Children's Hospital of Winnipeg