The McGill Alumni Association of Washington DC invites you to a lecture/reception featuring Prof. Rex Brynen: "Conflicts in the Middle East: Looking ahead." Prof. Brynen will discuss the nature of conflict and hopes for peace, security and development in this troubled region.
Join your fellow McGill Young Alumni and cheer on the Montreal Alouettes as they battle the BC Lions. After the game, everyone will head to Thomson House for a complimentary drink, some socializing and lots of reminiscing. (Note: maximum 4 tickets/person.)
McGill and Montreal join approximately 1,500 cities worldwide in this event to raise awareness about the impact of transportation decisions on the health of both humans and the earth. LOWER CAMPUS WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL PARKING (except disabled). Limited circulation permitted on as-needed basis.
The conference traditionally focuses on providing the community with information on campus environmental initiatives by students and the administration, as well as an opportunity to make suggestions on priority environmental projects to be addressed. See website for details and updates.
Some key lessons from the scholarship of teaching & learning. Dr. Craig E. Nelson, Indiana University Bloomington
Orientation session for students entering, or interested in, the Middle East Studies Program. For full MES program details, consult the MES website.
Dr. Yves V. Brun, Dept of Biology, Indiana University. Chair: Dr. Greg Marczynski.
Simple solutions for complex macromolecular structures: Topological characterization of the V-ATPase
Dr. James Fethiere, pharmacology dept, Université de Montréal. Chair: Dr. James Coulton.
Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the 2006 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate
Case presentations - organized by L. Cartier