(including multi-term courses ending in Winter term) for Arts, Education, Engineering (U0 courses), Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Religious Studies, Science, and Social Work.
MOG TALKS 2004: Chantal Cadieux (Dr Alain Nepveu's laboratory)
Deferred examinations for courses ending in the Fall term in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Learn about and collect fossils of animals that lived in the Montreal region more than 450 million years ago. Cost includes transportation. Children must be at least 8 years old and accompanied by an adult.
Chris Ragan, Associate Professor, Dept of Economics, and Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts, McGill. Professor Ragan is co-author of "Economics," the leading introductory textbook on the subject in Canada, has consulted with the Federal Dept of Finance, and has been a visiting economist at the Bank of Canada. Alumni, family and friends are invited to attend.
Lecture and reception with Dr Brian Alters, founder and director, Evolution Education Research Centre, McGill.
An evening of jazz with the Bob Murphy Trio, featuring Campbell Ryga and Miles Hill. Space is limited; send your cheque for $25 (made payable to the McGill Alumni Association) to Robert Picard, 11137 Kingfisher Drive, Richmond, V7E 4P8 by May 5, 2004.
Join us for the Shanghai Canadian Alumni Network/ UBC Alumni Association wine-tasting evening at RED, organized by Force 8 Cellars. Don't miss this great opportunity to socialize and network while sampling exquisite fine wines.