This year, the McGill Alumni Association is conducting its fourth annual Montreal Regional Thankathon. Help us thank generous alumni for their support and continued commitment to the University. Join our 2008 Co-Chairs, Martha Robinson, DipAgr'81, BScAgr'85, CertMan'03, and Josh Vorstenbosch, BSc'04, for an evening of fun, food, prizes and phoning.
Dr. Dave Sackett, director, Trout Research & Education Centre, Irish Lake, Ontario
Man-Tze Mabel Chong, Biology, McGill
One-day meeting on motion processing (human, animal, psychophysics, computational, imaging, clinical) for the vision community within Montreal. Includes lunch. If interested, please contact Elizabeth Wong (see below) with a title. Schedule TBA.
Killam Seminar - Neural correlates of overt and covert motor decisions in primate dorsal premotor cortex
John Kalaska, Département de physiologie, Université de Montréal
The McGill Alumni Association of Northern California cordially invites you to celebrate the holiday season with other McGill graduates. Join us for our annual holiday party. As always, you will have the opportunity to mingle over fine wine and hors d'oeuvres. Please bring a small gift for our white elephant gift exchange (limit $10). For payment methods, contact the Event Registrar.
Put on your dancing shoes and come join your fellow McGill Young Alumni for an evening of salsa dancing. Before heading to Club 6/49 for salsa dancing lessons we will meet at Carlos and Pepe's for some good food, socializing and reminiscing. No previous dancing experience needed!
The Dept of Hispanic Studies and the Hispanic Baroque Project (SSHRC-MCRI) present Professor Yael Halevi-Wise, McGill University.
The Dept of Hispanic Studies and the Hispanic Baroque Project (SSHRC-MCRI) present Professor Margo Echenberg, Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey-Campus México DF.
Professor David Paciocco, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, will speak on "The Foundational Principles of Criminal Law: Using Theory to Improve Understanding and Practical Criminal Law Skills - Part II." This follows on the successful first lecture of Nov. 2. All students interested in criminal law are invited to attend.