The Sub-Committee on Environment, working group of the Senate Committee on Physical Development, meets monthly to discuss ongoing environmental projects at McGill. Observers welcome; RSVP to email below.
Learn about the latest green McGill projects and the work of the Master Plan Task Force. Voice your vision of McGill 20 years from today! Presentations by Subcommittee on Environment, MSE, student groups (SSMU, PGSS, Greening McGill, Sustainable McGill Project) and the Master Plan Task Force. McGill staff, students, faculty and community welcome. SPACE LIMITED (first-come, first-served). Preregistration required (free); REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MARCH 4, 2005. See website for details and to register. Note to Macdonald Campus: Live webcast in Raymond Building, Rm R3-48!
The mandate of the McGill Allégo Advisory Committee is to develop a strategic transportation demand management plan for McGill University. Meetings are open to all in the McGill community.
The McGill Alumni Association of Southern Alberta extends a cordial invitation to McGill graduates, family and friends to attend "Get Away," a brand new play by Greg MacArthur, one of Canada's freshest, most compelling young playwrights. The play will be preceded by a pre-theatre tour and talk by Alberta Theatre Project's artistic director, Bob White.
1. Changying Shi (graduate student): Trypsin from digestive glands of Hoki fish. 2. Yan Xia (graduate student): Mogroside V - A natural sweetener.
Dr Andrew Heymsfield, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
Dr Jean-François Mahfouf, atmospheric scientist, Recherche en Prévision Numérique, Meteorological Service of Canada
Data assimilation of space-based remotely sensed observations for numerical weather prediction at the Meteorological Service of Canada
Dr Godelieve Deblonde, research scientist, Data Assimilation and Satellite Meteorology Division, Meteorological Service of Canada
Laura de Steur, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht (IMAU)
Departmental Research Seminar: Vicki Whitehall, PhD. Host: Jeremy Jass, PhD