1. David Giard: The Canadian Engineering Competition 2004. 2. Sumayya Petrus: Ramadan 101 - A brief introduction. 3. Shalini Oogathoo: Mauritius /Ile Maurice. 4. Erin Williamson: The unseen Goa.
Chitu Okoli, Concordia University. The open source movement continues to puzzle those most comfortable with the traditional economic model of software development where the large fixed cost of development is offset by mass distribution under strictly controlled intellectual property licenses. Although impressive, it is important to rigorously establish whether or not the non-traditional open source approach is a viable means of creating high-quality public information goods. Come learn more!
Madhu Sindhwani (graduate student).
The involvement of 3ß hydrosterol Delta24-redactase, a post-squalene enzyme in cholesterol biosynthesis, in Desmosterolosis
Vinayaraj Joeboy (graduate student).
Dana Praslickova (graduate student).
The effect of nuclear genome background on the development of embryos reconstructed by nuclear transfer
Annie Lalone (graduate student)
Veerle Fievez (visiting scholar), Ghent University, Belgium
Toby Heaps (BA'00, Economics and International Development) is a journalist and correspondent, and editor and publisher of "Corporate Knights" magazine, whose mission is "to make business more responsible by enhancing transparency in ways that clarify which companies are leading - and lagging - the charge to a better world. Refreshments will be served.
Patrick McCully, International Rivers Network, UN Environment Program Dams and Development Project
Muriel Gold will discuss, and read passages from, her new book, "Tell Me Why Nights are Lonesome."