The Alumni Association of Chicago cordially invites you to a lecture and reception with guest speakers Professor David Covo, BScArch'71, BArch'74, director, McGill School of Architecture, and Lucien Lagrange, BScArch'70, BArch'72, Principal, Lucien Lagrange Architects.
Reception will feature screening of Academy Award winning animation short "The Danish Poet," presented by the Canadian filmmaker (Norwegian origin) herself, Torill Kove. Singer Cicela Månsson and guitarist Jeffrey May will perform Swedish folk music and jazz standards. Admission includes sandwiches, desserts, entertainment; cash bar. All proceeds to Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation for Travel Grants. Call to reserve.
Please join us for McGill Reads Boston, the McGill Alumni Association's Boston-area book club. We're an informal group that meets every seven weeks in the home of one of our members to read and compare notes about books set in Montreal. Guillaume Vigneault's "Chercher le vent" ("Necessary Betrayal"), Boréal, 2001, in French OR in English.
The Toronto Chapter of the McGill Young Alumni Association presents an evening of wine tasting. Join McGill's Young Alumni for an elegant social networking event. Come sample great wines and a selection of delicious appetizers. Meet new friends and reconnect with old classmates. Stay for dinner afterward at one of Little Italy's hippest restaurants.
Join us for an exciting spring addition to our event schedule: white water rafting on the Concord River! Located just 30 minutes north of Boston in historic Lowell, this urban whitewater gem plunges over three major class III-IV rapids: Twisted Sister, Three Beauties and Middlesex Dam, and concludes with passage through an 1850s lock chamber that brings you right into the center of Lowell.
CRM-ISM-GERAD Seminar: Brad Carlin, University of Minnesota
Analysis Seminar: C. J. Xu, Université de Rouen
Biostatistics Seminar: D. Buckeridge, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McGill
Presented by Graduate School of Library and Information Studies and Canadian Association for Information Science: John Leslie King, Vice Provost for Academic Information and professor and former dean, School of Information, University of Michigan. To attend, please register for the CAIS 2007 conference at website below.