Beat the winter blues with beautiful flowers, available at the annual Easter Plant Sale, coordinated by students in the Farm Management and Technology Program.
Katia Charland, postdoctoral fellow, Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston; research assistant, Surveillance Lab, McGill Clinical and Health Informatics, McGill University
Dr. Bruce Link, professor, Dept of Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
Public lecture by Prof. Hans Larsson, Redpath Museum, Canada Research Chair in Vertebrate Palaeontology. Jointly presented by the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science as part of the new "Books and Beakers" series. Reception to follow.
Is birth weight associated with cognitive ability in childhood? – Comparing the results among non-siblings and among siblings
Dr. Seungmi Yang, postdoctoral fellow, Dept of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health, McGill
Come hear eight of the newest professors in Arts and Science, and discover their areas of research and scholarship. Each speaker will give a brief presentation; ask questions and mingle during the reception afterwards. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are all welcome.
Dr. Vincent Poitout, Dept of Medicine, Université de Montréal, and Centre de recherche du CHUM
McGill SLA is pleased to present a seminar with Stephen Abram (all are welcome!). How can we open up our associations? Which technologies will help us prove and communicate our value proposition? Are there different ways to build community or to attract new community segments? How do we do lifelong learning?
This year's McGill Law Journal's Annual Lecture presents the Honourable Pierre Dalphond of the Quebec Court of Appeals, who will speak about doctrine, its place in Quebec civil law and its future in a world marked with instantaneousness and computers. This is a fantastic opportunity to come hear the Faculty's current Judge-in-Residence and to discuss an issue that is of great importance to the future of legal scholarship in Quebec and beyond. The presentation will be in French, followed by a bilingual Q&A.