Of particular interest to faculty members who will be going forward for reappointment, tenure or promotion in the next few years, and to Chairs who advise faculty members in the preparation of portfolios. Registration open to all full-time McGill professors and lecturers. Please register by contacting TLS.
30-hour intensive workshop; for all full-time McGill professors. Participants learn and apply: course design principles to design or redesign one of their courses; instructional principles in their teaching. Integrates large and small group activities with opportunities for individuals to design a course. Participants must bring a McGill course to design or redesign, and must be able to attend all sessions. Please register by contacting TLS.
McGill graduates, spouses and friends are cordially invited to a Fall Luncheon. Professor Wolfe will present a lighthearted overview of the changes in community planning from her early days as a planner to the present. Please RSVP by November 15.
Adaptive radiation and the evolution of resource specialization in experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens
Craig MacLean, Biology, McGill
Rhoda Kagan, McGill
Neil Ruderman, Boston University School of Medicine
Gerald Batist, McGill
Featuring choirs from McGill (Chamber Singers), Lethbridge, Guelph, Ottawa, Toronto and Laurier. Works by Mahler, Brahms, Sisack, Hambaeus (McGill Faculty of Music, 1972-95), Nystedt and Sandstrom, as well as two world premieres - a new work by Britain's Giles Swayne and "Spell of the Rose," by Canadian Craig Galbraith.
David Eidelman, McGill