ciné NATURE: A place of mountain ranges, perpetual night, pressure extremes and cold -- this surprising episode voyages into the unknown to film the weirdest life forms on our planet. NO FOOD ALLOWED; make sure you eat before.
Dr Damon Matthews, Dept of Geography, University of Calgary (ESS faculty search candidate)
Dr Gyu Won Lee, Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, McGill (ESS faculty search candidate)
The vanishing commons: Tenure reform, individuation and dispossession of land in the pastoral rangelands of Kajiado District, Kenya
Stephen Moiko, PhD candidate, Anthropology, McGill. This will be the final installment of the speaker series this term.
1. Liwen Han: X-ray computed tomography. 2. Simona Nemes: Global warming.
"Recent Projects: Practical Potential - Three Recent Sustainable Design Projects in Detail." A lecture by Peter Busby. Sponsored by the Quebec chapter of the Canada Green Building Council.
McGill/Dawson Speaker Series in Education: Dr Brian Alters, William Dawson Scholar, Integrated Studies in Education. Biological evolution is a scientific fact and the fundamental concept of all life sciences, yet national polls indicate that 50% of Canadians and Americans reject evolutionary science. The cause appears to be a synergism of religious illiteracy, powerful North American anti-evolution forces, scientific illiteracy in general, and evolution misunderstanding in particular.
The McGill Alumni Association of Victoria invites alumni, family and friends to join us and other Canadian university alumni in a celebration of summer! Bring your own picnic lunch, chairs, sports equipment, bathing suits and towels. Dessert will be provided. Meet alumni from McGill, Queen's, Western and other Canadian universities.
CISV is a worldwide organization promoting peace and understanding through children. It organizes "villages" that bring 11-year-olds together from around the world in cooperative living, non-competitive games, and a variety of typical camp activities such as arts and crafts, music, swimming and sports. If you or your children are interested, please come and find out more!