How can we tell if students are really learning what we hope they are? How can we use that information to improve what we do to facilitate their learning? This workshop focuses on developing strategies and approaches for integrating assessment into your course design and teaching plans.
Seminar 1: Mitra Moelemiyan, graduate student: Bioactive edible coatings for extending the postharvest shelf-life of fruits and vegetables. Seminar 2: Marwa Taqi, graduate student: Focal plane array Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy as a rapid method for the differentiation between antibiotic resistant and sensitive Salmonella.
Join Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and colleagues for an afternoon of skating, snacks and surprises! Fun for all ages. Free parking via Residences entrance at the top of University Street. Please RSVP and mention the number of adults and children in your party.
Tina Dacin, Professor of Strategy & Organizational Behaviour, Queen's University School of Business, Kingston.
Presented by the faculties of Arts and Science. Basket contains 3 jars of homemade jam, 3 jars of homemade pickles, 2 bottles of wine. Tickets $2 each or 3 for $5 (draw December 20/results posted on Centraide site).
Are you interested in studying law at McGill? Take advantage of McGill's Open House. The Faculty of Law will hold a bilingual information session in room 219 of the Leacock Building at 12:30. Also, come meet us at our kiosk in Redpath Hall on that day. See you there!
Giovanna Paolone, Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology, Dept of Psychology, Concordia University
CRM-ISM-GERAD Statistics Seminar: Charmaine Dean, Simon Fraser University and president of the SSC
CRM-McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar: Bernd Krauskopf, Bristol University
CRM-McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar: Hinke Osinga, Bristol University