Dr. Krist Muis, Associate Professor, in the the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology recently received the Richard E. Snow Award from the American Psychological Association, divison 15 (Educational Psychology).
The Richard E. Snow Award is given to an individual who has made a significant early career contribution.
Congratulations Dr. Muis!
Remover of Obstacles: The Persistence of the Mythological Genre in Hindi Cinema by Professor Rachel Swyer, Professor of Indian Cultures and Cinema, SOAS, University of London.
Mediation at McGill (mediationmcgill.org), a community mediation initiative run by law students, recently received a generous donation of $2,500 to support its activities. The gift was made by Me Eric Cadl, Me Douglas Mitchell (BCL’88, LLB’88), Me Odette Jobin-Laberge, the Hon. Louise Otis, and Me Sylvain Lussier, five Montreal practitioners who are among the authors of the book Recours et procédures en appel, which received the Walter Owen Prize.
Professor Andrew Dunn, Brass Area Chair, has been elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM)
This honour is conferred on past students of the Academy who have distinguished themselves in the music profession and have made a significant contribution to it in their particular field.
Link to: Royal Academy of Music website
Learn more about Family Medicine Research!
This is the event to:
- Meet Family Medicine Reseachers and discover the various research projects covered by the Department of Family Medicine
- Discover what is offered by the Department of Family Medicine in terms of development skills to conduct research (ex. Clinical scholar program, graduate programs, scholarly activities...)
Location: 5858 Côte-des-Neiges, suite 300
Montreal scientists play key role in long-term international study
Rate of change in the thickness of the brain’s cortex is an important factor associated with a person’s change in IQ, according to a collaborative study by scientists in five countries including researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, at McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre.
2014 Eakin Lecture - Discussing Indigenous Agency - with Professors Cheryl Suzack (2014 Eakin Fellow) and special guest N. Bruce Duthu
Professor Cheryl Suzack, (Batchewana First Nations), Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto, 2014 Visiting Eakin Fellow
"Reparatory Justice, Human Rights, and Indigenous Feminisms"
- The Library Services desk has moved to the back room, which is now the Education Curriculum Resources Centre.
- Reserves materials are also located in the back. They are self-serve off the shelf. Please use the self-check machine or have a library staff member sign them out for you.
- There are new hours (set by the Faculty of Education) for access to the Education study space (the former Library space)
Education Study Space Hours
Monday to Thursday 9:00am – 7:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sarah's Key (French: Elle s'appelait Sarah) is a 2010 French drama directed and co-written by Gilles Paquet-Brenner and an adaptation of the novel with the same title by Tatiana de Rosnay. Sarah's Key follows a journalist's present-day investigation into the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup of Jews in German-occupied Paris in 1942. It tells the story of a young girl's experiences during and after these events, illustrating the participation of the French bureaucracy as well as French citizens hiding and protecting Sarah from the French authorities.
All Born to Freedom? Comparing the Law & Politics of Race and the Memory of Slavery in the U.S. & France Today
The Institute of Comparative Law welcomes Professor Ariela Gross, John B. and Alice R. Sharp Professor of Law and History at USC Gould School of Law.