A conference by Dipak Gyawali, member of the Nepal Academy of Science and Technology as well as the research director of the Nepal Water Conservation Foundation
The McGill Alumni Association of Southern Alberta is pleased to invite you to the Ninth Annual Leacock Luncheon. Guest of Honour and Lecturer will be Senator Hugh D. Segal. Moderator: Derek Drummond, BArch’62, F.R.A.I.C., William C. Macdonald Emeritus Professor of Architecture, McGill University
CIHR September 2008 Operating Grant Competition Research Grants Office McGill University Deadlines: Registration: August 15, 2008 (23:59 EST via ResearchNet). Institutional approval (signature) is not required for registration. Full Application: September 15, 2008 (5:00 pm EST via ResearchNet submitted to CIHR through the Research Grants Office). **Please see attached announce
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated a 15-kilometre stretch of Nova Scotia coastline as a world heritage site.
When shopping for a mate, female zebra finches might choose males with the sweetest song because singing ability advertises intellectual prowess. Neeltje Boogert of McGill University found that the males who sang the most complex melodies were also quicker at solving a problem to find food.
The tradition of Wicked Wednesdays has become established as a way to meet new friends and alumni over drinks and/or dinner in an informal setting. Remember: First Wednesday of the month! There will be half-price appetizers.
Exciting bike trip exploring local history, architecture, secret spots and building stones. Tour starts with ancient fossils at the Redpath Museum, travels west along Sherbrooke St. to the Sulpicians' reflecting pool at the Grand Séminaire, heads up the old Indian trail on Côte St. Antoine Rd. that leads to Leonard Cohen's boyhood home, glides downhill through the Glen to McAuslan Brewery for re
Enjoy a picturesque hike along Wolf Trail in Gatineau Park. This event coincides with “Fall Rhapsody” – the period when the park’s autumn colours are at their peak. The hike is roughly 8 km along a mostly wooded trail, which features beautiful views of the Ottawa Valley.
Looking for a way to connect with current students? Want an opportunity to network? Wondering how you now make it through Thursday afternoons without Coffee House to look forward to? Come raise a red, re-usable mug on Thursday, September 25 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Atrium of the Law Faculty.
Ten years ago, courageous members in our young alumni ranks decided to come together to form the Faculty’s Young Alumni Advisory Board.