The O'Brien Fellowships in Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, endowed by David O'Brien, prepare their recipients to undertake careers dedicated to public service, human rights, legal education, or legal scholarship. Paying $25,000 per annum, these renewable law fellowships are among the most generous in the world. The Office of Graduate Studies at the Faculty of Law is receiving applications now.
Dr. Arunika Gunawardena, Department of Botany, University of Toronto
Geometric Group Theory Seminar: Jane Gilman, Rutgers
Geometric Group Theory Seminar: Mark Sapir, Vanderbilt. Joint work with Cornelia Drutu.
Dr. Jeffrey R. Kuhn, Dept of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, Yale University
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Yousef Saad, University of Minnesota
Dr. Gregory Emery, IMBA
Seminaire ISM des étudiants de 2e/3e cycle
Applied Mathematics Seminar (Joint Applied Maths/CSE Seminar): Annalisa Buffa, IMATI-CNR, Pavia
CRM-ISM-GERAD Seminar: Shojaeddin Chenouri, University of Waterloo. Coffee and cookies at 3:00 pm. Reception, with wine and cheese, after the talk.